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Unlimited Multitasking Mod for Galaxy Note 2, Nexus 4 Android 4.2 System Dump – XDA Developer TV
Recently, we at XDA have been releasing more Android and Windows Phone news updates than you could possibly keep up with. Luckily, Jordan is here to help you get caught up on any news you may have missed. Jordan mentions the PACman Rom‘s release for the Samsung GT-I9100 and GT-I9100G. Jordan talks about the exciting Windows 8 news, like the articles on the HTC 8x RUU and the Windows Phone 8 SDK.
In Android 4.2 news, Jordan mentions the Nexus 4 System dump. In other Nexus 4 news, Jordan mentions the article on possible build quality issues. Finally, Jordan talks about adding unlimited apps to the Galaxy Note 2 multi-window feature. Pull up a chair and check out this video.
Links to stories mentioned:
- PACman ROM on Samsung GT-I9100 & GT-I9100G
- LG SU660 Kernel Source Released, May Help G2X
- Add Unlimited Apps to the Galaxy Note 2 Multi-Window Selection
- Nexus 4 Battery Shot Reveals Potential Quality Issues
- Had Enough 4.2 News? Here’s the Nexus 4 System Dump
- Say Hello to WP8–HTC 8X RUU Leaked!
- App Developers, Start your Engines – Windows Phone 8 SDK Released
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