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Touchxplorer Released for WP7-hTC Devices

XDA member domineus let us know about this excellent File Explorer for your Windows Phone 7 device which sports a nice Metro look. It supports all standard file operations (open, edit, copy, move, rename, delete, search files). The only functions not supported yet are create/delete/copy folders. The developer and member of XDA schaps mentions that future...

GO Launcher for Android

XDA member ch213q presents GO Launcher as an interesting home replacement for your Android device. Extremely smooth scrolling, convenient icon pop-menu and gesture supported screen are some of the components that are easily and fully customizable. The developer announced on latest version 1.22 the inclusion of a Christmas theme as well. Originally posted by ch213q [APP] GO...

CyanogenMod 7: Be Ready for it! Nexus S Alpha Version Already Released

They're almost there: the CyanogenMod developers are working hard on the new Gingerbread-running CyanogenMod 7. On Christmas day, Cyanogen tweeted that CyanogenMod 7 wasn't officially released yet because they hadn't fixed the camcorder yet. On that same day, the camcorder got fixed. CyanogenMod developer and XDA member Koush released an unofficial alpha version, which fixes WiFi...

Warning: Leaked Galaxy Tab Firmware comes with Protected Bootloader

A note to those that are owners of Samsung Tab devices. The latest leaked firmwares come with a protected boot loader that disables custom ROM flashing abilities. From XDA Moderator Chainfire's Post: Some of these ROMs include new bootloaders. These bootloaders check checksums/signatures in various parts of the firmwares. The "normal" Samsung ROMs, nor custom ROMs and kernels, have these...

TTRSS-Reader, An Android Client For Tiny Tiny RSS

If you've heard of the project Tiny Tiny RSS (tt-rss.org), a PHP-based online feedreader which runs on your own webspace, you might be interested in XDA forum member lordnils's Android client. For those that have not heard of Tiny Tiny RSS, it is a php/javascript-based reader with a Google reader like interface, running on your own...

Semi-Automated Unlock/Root Script for Linux

For the lucky owners of the Samsung Nexus S, XDA forum member BlackOtaku has written a shell script to automate some of the more menial tasks involved with unlocking the Nexus S bootloader and rooting it. The script also guides you through the various tasks involved in the process. Remember that unlocking the bootloader will wipe...

Functional Webserver – Support for WP7

XDA forum member davux has enhanced his Webserver sample to support reading from his WP7 device, as well as reading and writing IsolatedStorage. To access the Webserver, you'll need to install then open the app on your WP7 device which will disable the idle timer and run behind the lock screen. The WiFi will turn off,...

MulkeyTouch, Multi-Touch Keyboard for WM

Who said Windows Mobile is dead? A lot of members are still using it. XDA member TangoChen presents MulkeyTouch, an application for resistive screens that will let you have multi touch on your WM device. You'll get three points: 1. Fixed Point - When you put your First finger on the screen. 2. Real Point - It...

Run a Website on Android with PAW Server

XDA member GlobaL_TroTTer let us know about an application found on the market. PAW Server is a Web Server for Android devices. With this app, you can use the functionality of your device from a web browser, server your own web pages, develop phone enabled web applications, or host your own website on it. The...

Carbonized Icons Collection for Android

If you notice our posts are a bit smaller than usual must be because the season got us News Writers with some wine:). However, we are working extra hours to continue to bring you the selected articles from all your favorite developers. This time XDA member me15am presents Carbonized icons collection for your Android device....

Merry Christmas and Happy 2011 From Your News Writer Team

This time we will not write about any application, theme or new device. This time we simply just wanted to thank all of our community and wish you all the best for this holiday season. Perhaps, you are ironing out the last details of the Christmas dinner, shopping last minute gifts, or maybe you do not...

Do You Have a Bell Vibrant (i9000m)? Then, Read This.

It seems that Samsung cannot get away from problems with the Galaxy S devices. Some of the most common things that you will see if you went into any of the Samsung S fora would be issues with GPS, lag, and more. The kiss of death for any hardware manufacturer happens when the device begins...