Jimmy McGee · Aug 17, 2012 at 01:00 pm

Verizon Galaxy S3 Unlocked! CM9 Stable, and Nexus 7 Phone Calls – XDA Developer TV

There was a lot of great news published on the XDA Portal this week, and in case you missed it or you prefer your news read to to by a man with a beard, Jordan is here to help you with that. In perhaps the most epic news of this week, Jordan talks about what happened to the Verizon variant of the Samsung Galaxy S III. What happened to it? Oh, that’s right it got an unlocked bootloader! Also covered is the article regarding Google Voice calls on the Nexus 7.

Jordan mentions XDA Elite Recongized Developer and XDA Developer TV Producer AdamOutler’s Q&A Video and XDA Developer TV Producer TK’s app review from this week. Jordan mentions the HTC Desire HD receiving Ice Cream Sandwich. Finally, Jordan mentions the awesome story of the Jelly Bean leak for the International Galaxy S III.

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Emil Kako · Feb 26, 2015 at 12:30 pm · 1 comment

What Bugs You Most About Google’s Play Store?

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Mathew Brack · Feb 26, 2015 at 10:28 am · no comments

Do ISPs Abuse Their Power?

Every day, the majority of us use the internet through several different internet service providers, but what we may not think about whilst using this service is how much control these companies have over our experience. AT&T recently launched their rival to the Google Fiber service and subsequently looked for a way to further monetize on their offering. For an extra $29 on top of the $70 monthly charge, you can buy your privacy back from them. Otherwise expect online adverts...

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