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Xperia S AOSP Binaries, Boot to Gecko on Motorola Defy, Nokia, Windows Phone 8 and Motorola Event Highlights – XDA Developer TV
This has been another great week at the XDA Portal. XDA Developer TV Producer Jordan returns to cover all the news you need to know to keep you updated. Jordan talks about the highlights from the Nokia and Windows Phone Event and Motorola Event. Jordan mentions the other great videos released this week from other XDA Developer TV Producers. Lance released his second episode of how to build a Windows Phone App and TK released his latest app review for Around Sound.
In Jelly Bean news, Jordan mentions the AOKP nightlies for the Nexus 7. And in CyanogenMod news, Jordan mentions Xperia Acro S device getting CyangenMod 10 and 9. Also, mentioned is the Epic 4G getting CyanogenMod 10 nightlies. Pull up a chair and check out this video.
Links to stories mentioned:
- Xperia Acro S Receives CM9 and CM10
- Unofficial CM10 for the Toshiba Folio 100
- Epic 4G Receives Official CyanogenMod 10 Nightlies
- AOKP Jelly Bean Nightlies Now Rolling Out for Nexus 7
- Sony Releases Xperia S Binaries for AOSP Support
- Boot to Gecko Now Booting on the Motorola Defy
- Highlights from Yesterday’s Nokia and Windows Phone Event
- Highlights from Yesterday’s Motorola Event
- How to Build a Windows Phone App Part 2: Using OAuth – XDA Developer TV
- App Review: Hear Sounds Over Your Music with Around Sound – XDA Developer TV
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