admin · Jan 1, 2012 at 02:01 pm

What 2011 Means In 2012 – XDA TV

On XDA TV this week, Azrienoch takes a look at the starting trend in 2011 of mobile device companies keeping their ears open to their customers, and what that means for 2012.  Azrienoch also welcomes Russell Holly to the portal, and a new portal design.  We’re excited to see what 2012 brings to XDA-Developers. Click on for the video!

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Hi, I’m Russell, the New XDA Portal Admin

Welcome to the Refreshed XDA Portal!

New XDA Feature: Contextual Search

Website Update: We’re moving from GoDaddy

Looking Back At 2011

Samsung Backtracks, Is Reviewing Ice Cream Sandwich For Galaxy S and Tab After All

[UPDATE] Galaxy S And Tab Will Probably Get Ice Cream Sandwich “Lite”

HTC Kingdom Source Code Released

HTC Unlocks Its Verizon and AT&T Bootloaders

10 Predictions for 2012


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How Do You Usually Access the XDA Forums?

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