There are some excellent ‘AAA’ tier games by huge development houses that offer fun, and, most of the time, in-app purchases. There is no doubt that some of these games are great. However, at XDA we like to keep an eye on the little guy. Some of the more successful Android developers have started out as the little guy. Today we celebrate another simple game developed by an XDA member. XDA Senior Member Rolf Smit offers up a 2D sandbox...
Unlocking the Razr I, Android 4.2 Gmail, Big Android BBQ Device Museum! – XDA Developer TV
This has been another great week at the XDA Portal. XDA Developer TV Producer Jordan covers all the news you need to know to keep up to date on mobile phone development. Jordan mentions Perfmon, which allows you to measure your device’s performance and visualize it on-screen. Jordan mentions article about unlocking the bootloader on the Motorola RAZR i.
In Key Lime Pie news, Jordan mentions Gmail leak from Android version 4.2. Finally, Jordan talks about the device museum that will be at this year’s Big Android BBQ and how you can help. Pull up a chair and check out this video.
Links to stories mentioned:
- Unlock the Bootloader on the Motorola RAZR i
- Gmail from Android 4.2 Leaked
- PerfMon Floats Your Device’s Performance on Screen
- Help Us Create a Device Museum at the Big Android BBQ
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