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Omnia 7 Support for WP7 Rom Tools

Thanks to XDA member AnDim for releasing the WP7 ROM tools. These tools allow you to modify the ROMs and cook them up the way you like. We hope this encourages more development towards the new WP7 OS. With its latest addition, it supports the Omnia 7 by supporting its .nbO file format. Here...

Toshiba TG01 Running Ubuntu!

Porting... our favorite past time. It looks like since the early days, when Xanandux was all the hype, we have been unable to get past the fact that we want our devices to do everything short of brewing us coffee (or do we?). In any way, thanks to the efforts of XDA member nyl, Toshiba...

Verizon Finally Getting The iPhone 4? Looks Like It

Every once in a while, we feature something interesting in our Portal from our sister site, iPhone Developers. This time, we saw an article by Nathan, in which he points at the fact that Verizon customers who were waiting for the much rumored iPhone 4 on their network, may soon have what they asked for....

LockScreen Widget HTC Sense Style for Android-Leo

Not all ROMs for Android include an HTC sense UI, and even less a widget/modified one. XDA mebmer internauta2000 worked on this lock screen widget for your device. This is a good option to have in mind when personalizing your home screen. On the same thread, we found a Transparent Battery Monitor Widget by XDA...

Screen Filter – Low your Lights for Android

XDA member fastmikey1969 shares with us an interesting application for your Android device found on the WWW. Screen Filter will let you set very low brightness parameters to your screen with a "filter". Very useful for web browsing, eBook reading or low-light gaming adding extra time to your battery life for AMOLED displays. Tested...

MyBackup Root for Android

XDA member rogcontact presents MyBackup for your Android device. This application will work only on rooted devices and will let you do a back up and restore of your entire device on a very simple way. You can Backup with schedule option to an on line secure server or SD card, your apps, calendar, system...

New Year, New Forum – Motorola Milestone XT720 Forum Added

A lot of people decided to ask for it, we were getting slammed with requests, so for all of you... here it is. The Motorola Milestone XT720 forums have surfaced on XDA for full fledged development. In case you are wondering why this device was so requested, while it is a mid range device for...

Video tutorial, How To Install NAND Android ROM on HTC HD2

A few days ago, we got the great news about getting NAND Android ROM to HTC Leo, basically allowing it to boot without having Windows Mobile as a base. Now, XDA member TechBurrow decided to create a great video tutorial for those of you who want to install it but are not sure how. The...

HD2 NAND Section Open for Business

It seems that our dev's year end gifts got people a bit too excited. If you thought that you would not be able to live for another minute with WM running in the background of your beloved HD2, then you probably woke to a nice surprise when you read that NAND flashing was possible on...

PacMap: Location Based PacMan

If you're looking for a modern spin on the classic game of PacMan then try out PacMap. PacMap was made by XDA member bompo. The app is a location based game that uses GPS to track your location. How it works is you turn it on then move around the city you are in to...

The Weekly Q&A: Week 21

On this weeks Q&A we have selected 5 questions found in the forum. Although they may not be specific questions that are relative to you, they may serve a purpose to someone else with the same question. Q:Hi, I am seriously considering to buy 2 phones for my mom and my cousin back home in india. I have...

Honeycomb Music Player for Android

XDA member johnnie93 managed to get his hands on the leaked Honeycomb Music Player for your Android device. You can see a video that includes an all-new music player along with new features that let you push web-purchased songs to your device. It also allows you to browse your PC's music library from your Android...