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Think YOU Love XDA? Look at This Amazing HD2!

Pretty much everyone who drops by this behemoth of a site can find something they like... But what do you do if you really, really like XDA? Perhaps this is a question best answered by forum member facdemol, who has shown his XDAddiction in a rather creative way. I had some spare time and thought of making something...

EVO 3D Overclocked to 1.8 GHz

Seems that our devs are getting rather tired of waiting for HTC to do good on their promise to unlock the bootloader for the Sensation and the EVO 3D. So, since there is so much untapped power under the hood of these devices, they have started messing with the phones via alternate methods. One of...

Almost Perfect – Native Ubuntu on Asus Transformer

You have probably been hearing a lot about porting Ubuntu to our beloved Android devices. Not an impossible feat, but it still takes some time and effort to get it done. Drivers may have to be written or at the very least adapted to work with the open source OS. There are several guides on...

Do You Hate Adding Events On Your Calendar? If So, Try This…

Since the dawn of mobile devices, one of the most widely announced functionalities that they carry is a calendar/organizer built in, which is supposed to help you be more organized in your daily activities. However, having to fill out a bunch of fields can be a more tedious task than trying to remember the activity...

QR Codes for All Attachments – XDA TV

In this episode of XDA TV, Sam Caplat elaborates on a new feature for file attachements on XDA that he wrote about earlier on the Portal. Using a QR code reader, you can now download files directly to your smartphone without having to email the file or plug in to your computer. Click on to...

Official XDA Developers Desktop Wallpapers

Today has been a pretty eventful and exciting day with site announcements. First with our announcement of the new and extremely quick auto-QR Code system now being applied to all thread attachments, and now this. There's something I've felt has been missing from XDA for a very long time. Recently, considering my position on XDA TV,...

Galaxy Tab Rom Ported To Iconia A500 – TouchWiz UI Lovers, Rejoice!

Those who bought any of the first 3 Honeycomb powered tabs are likely happy with the launcher. However, for those truly addicted to their Android devices due to the ability of customizing it and its behavior, it gets boring after a while. Since there are now other players in the field (Samsung), a not-so-new UI has...

Preview Any Boot Animation On Your PC

Changing boot animations is almost as fun as changing your themes, icons, and everything that you can change on your device. The only problem is that unlike changing minor things on your device, changing a boot animation requires you to go through a few extra steps like adb or flashing a zip file, but what...

Expand Your Windows Phone 7 Experience To Your PC Screen – WP7 RecX

How often do you find yourself looking at your computer and looking at your device by switching your sight from one to the next? Also, if you are a developer, you must hate using emulators to be able to show off your work to others. If you can identify yourself with the last two scenarios,...

FriendCaster for Honeycomb Coming Soon…

A while back, we wrote about an app called Flow for Facebook, which was an app to improve the user's Facebook experience on Android devices. This app allowed you to do many of things that you are used to on Facebook via browser, that the current official FB app lacks. Well, after a while, it...

All In One Galaxy Hack Pack

Our devs spend countless hours and tons of blood, sweat, and tears in the process of gathering information and knowledge so that they can make our devices better. This is no easy task as you have to remember that manufacturers don't always provide the documentation required to do half of the things that we normally...

Tired Of Your Same Old Drawer? Try This…

We all love changing the look and behavior of our devices, particularly in the UI as we are never content with what we are given. Each UI will come with a different drawer, which is the place were all of your app icons are stored (analogous to the Start Menu in a PC). What if...