This week on XDA TV, SassiBoB takes the recapital reigns to deliver the sad, so sad news that she is leaving the Weekly Recap to pursue bigger opportunities. And as much as that might cause you to pound your fists on the floor and cry in agony, she musters the strength to recap this week’s news, such as AdamOutler’s release of the Unbrickable Mod for the Samsung Vibrant, and Mike1986′s work to turn the HTC Sensation into the HTC Sensation XE. And in an adorable attempt to rant with the best of them, Bob explains why she thinks Microsoft’s . . . READ ON »
In today’s episode of XDA TV, Sam begins with ‘Comments With Sam’, and then goes on to forget the ‘C’ in HTC, several times. He talks about the installation of Windows 8 on the HTC Shift, rubbing off the Samsung branding on your Nexus S, and the new tablet from Sony, the Tablet S. Click on to the video!
This week on XDA TV, Azrienoch explores the ancient mysteries of O2′s line-up of devices branded “XDA” with user CajunFlavoredBob. These are the devices for which our beloved forum, XDA-Developers, was named. CajunFlavoredBob shares his memories of his XDA devices, and explains what life with Windows Mobile was like, a time when HTC Sense was more than just a bloated user interface, shedding light on how times changed with the coming of the iPhone and Android. Of course, SassiBoB chimed in with a story of her experience with Windows Mobile on the HTC HD2. This interview is a . . . READ ON »
In today’s episode of XDA TV, Sam reviews the Gmail plugin for Sony Ericsson’s Timescape widget and app which allows you to check emails within the Timescape IU. It’s a very simple plugin, but might be of great use to those using Sony Ericsson’s Timescape UI. We also uncover a bug on video! Click on!
Here is the market link.
This week on XDA TV, Azrienoch delves into the work of TrevE, jacarrz1, AdamOutler, and Rebellos. He talks about the HTC Titan, his thoughts on Windows Phone 7, and Apple’s desperate plea to minimize the impact of Samsung’s RAND patents. Then SassiBoB gives her first review of a WP7 app, Wild West, by Andre_Alberto. Finally, Azrienoch comes back to put into perspective the US Department of Justice’s anti-trust lawsuit against AT&T. Click on for the episode!
Photaf is available in the Android Market.
This week’s Weekly Recap on XDA TV takes a look at the TouchPad frenzy since HP announced it was shutting down WebOS development. In Android development, rebellos’ unbricking method using your very own bootloader on Hummingbird devices, and punkgeek’s kernel to enable USB tethering on the Samsung Galaxy Tab, make appearances. For Windows News, Azrienoch talks about the interviews developers contributed to tell the history of the HTC HD2. SassiBoB reviews Bully Block by SedGrid, and finally azrienoch tells us why he’s fed up with all the articles lamenting Steve Jobs as CEO of Apple. Click on for the episode. . . READ ON »
This week on XDA TV, Azrienoch recaps the Motorola Photon 4G’s unlocked bootloader, the struggles Droid 3 developers face obtaining root, and AdamOutler’s work on reviving hard-bricked Samsung phones. Also, HP discontinues WebOS, DarkForces Team creates a custom WP7 ROM, Cotulla gets the HD2 to work with USB devices, and SassiBoB reviews dizzythermal’s app, Auto-Away. Lastly, Azrienoch attacks the barrage of speculations surrounding Google’s aquisition of Motorola, particularly that the purchase has anything at all to do with Motorola’s patent portfolio. Click on for the episode!
In today’s episode of XDA TV, Sam goes over a couple of comments from his previous video. He then goes on to rant about breaking phones, the Motorola Photon’s newly unlocked bootloader, the Mango RTM 7720 update and the Gmail Timescape plug-in for Sony Xperia phones. Click on for the episode!