admin · Jun 17, 2011 at 06:00 pm

Unbrick Your Asus Transformer and Get WP7 Mango Developer Tools [17 June 2011]

This week on XDA TV, Azrienoch recaps the Sony Xperia Play review by Sam Caplat, the HTC Flyer ROM for Infuse 4G and Desire HD, the Asus Transformer may get Ubuntu, free WiFi calling, and help for bricked Transformers. He also talks about the Mango Developer Tools and the end of the Windows Phone 7 App Contest. Then SassiBoB shows us the app, Zombie Booth. Finally, Jeff brings on a special guest to show grown-ups to talk about amusing yourself with funny sounds. A very warm congratulations to Chad Hughes from everyone on xda-developers. I wonder if you can flash a ROM to an infant… Click on for the episode!

 

Links!

Sony Ericsson Xperia Play Review – Part 1 – XDA TV

Want to Run Linux In Your Transformer? There May Be Hope Soon…

Use Your Asus Transformer As A Free Phone

Asus Transformer Minor Teardown

Did You Brick Your Transformer While Updating? Hope Lies Ahead…

Mango Developer Tools Released – Windows Phone 7

Windows Phone 7 Developer Contest: 2 Weeks Left!

Control Your PC With WP7 App Remote

Zombie Booth

Keep Your Kids Entertained With Audabubble HD for Android

Will Verduzco Sings “Fly Me to the Moon”


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