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Xperia Jelly Bean Lockscreen Ported to ICS Xperias, Oppo Find5 Rooted – XDA Developer TV
It’s been a slow news week, but there were still great news stories that hit the Portal at XDA-Developers this weekend. Jordan reviews all the important stories from this week, such as the Xperia Jelly Bean lockscreen ported to all Xperia Devices.
In application news, Jordan talks about using a custom DPI without causing Google Play headaches. Also, you can play embedded videos with Airvidplay. Jordan talks about the new rooting procedure for the Oppo Find 5 using CASUAL by XDA Elite Recognized Developer AdamOutler . Pull up a chair and check out this video. And if you any news to report, feel free to contact a News Writer.
Links to stories mentioned:
- Xperia Jelly Bean Lockscreen Ported to all ICS Xperia Devices
- Show Embedded Video Who’s Boss with Airvidplay
- Custom DPI without Upsetting Google Play
- Adam Outler Roots the Oppo Find5 X909 using Casual
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