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All Your Base Are Belong to Carriers [Weekly Recap]

This week, the undead rise up to recap the news. A worthy goal for undead people. Azrienoch and SassiBoB recap the additions to the forum, all the week's videos on XDA TV, and the Portal's 4000th article. Then we hear about reviews for the HTC Titan, HTC Sensation XL, and the Samsung...

Sony Gets Some ICS (SDK) Love As Well On The X10

Ports of the much anticipated ICS are popping up across xda-developers. However, the Sorrow owners were feeling a bit left out, particularly the X10 owners. Well, if you were feeling a bit blue about this, worry no more because thanks to XDA member erenz1202 as well as several other devs, this OS was finally ported to...

Want To Root Something (Anything)? Try DooMLoRD’s Easy Rooting Toolkit

It looks like the advancement of Android can render some of the most popular automatic root methods useless. As a result of that, we all need to look for new and innovative ways to try and keep our devices (and the devices that will come soon) rooted to be able to fully enjoy them. With...

So, You Got WP7 On Your Tsunagi… Now, Unlock It And Enjoy It!

A few hours ago, we published an article that talks about the successful port of WP7 to the aging yet apparently not dead, Toshiba Tsunagi. However, what fun is an OS if you cannot install apps on it or play with it? Well, it seems that XDA Recognized Developer Nokser thought about this as well while he...

Windows Phone 7 Ported To The Toshiba Tsunagi

It looks like the HTC HD2 just lost its crown as the only device carrying Windows Mobile as its native OS that is capable of running Windows Phone 7. Everyone, say hello to the Toshiba Tsunagi (TG01 and TA01) equipped with Microsoft's newest OS (well, it isn't Mango, so it isn't exactly the newest). This...

Fix Headphones Cutting Out On HTC Sensation

According to some Sensation owners, there is an issue with music playback cutting out, or songs skipping back and forth and pausing randomly while on headphones. XDA member zmfl worked out a simple solution to correct the aforementioned problem, which occurs once headphones come in contact with the metal, you may not be aware until...

Ice Cream Sandwich Ported to the Samsung Galaxy S

Ice Cream Sandwich is taking the limelight in development. Recently ported to the Nexus S, many are curious and excited to know which device is next. ASUS said their “aim is to bring the latest Android update to the Eee Pad Series.”  Motorola’s Droid RAZR, Droid Bionic, and XOOM are definitely getting the update, and...

Give Your Nexus S a More Premium Feel With A Faux Brushed Metal Battery Cover

A common complaint surrounding the Google Nexus S is that its flimsy, all-plastic body simply does not exude a sense of quality one might expect from a flagship device. Having owned the device for the better portion of a year, I must agree. Now that the Galaxy Nexus was recently announced, prominently featuring a well-textured...

Are You Using Dolphin Browser? Your Privacy May Be At Risk (Again)…

The whole security and privacy circus that started a few months back when researchers found out that the iPhone was sending location and other data to a central location has certainly woken up the interest of security experts world wide. The most recent cases as we have seen are holes in HTC's devices, all of...

Think You Are A Hacker? Prove Yourself With Hack-Me-If-You-Can For Android

Hacking is the very core of everything that we do here at xda-developers. However, due to the largely negative reputation that this word carries along with it, we tend to refer to xda as a development site. Not all hacking is bad and in fact, it can be a fun and meaningful learning experience. For...

HTC Titan and HTC Radar Forums Added

It has been quite a while since anyone (manufacturers) had introduced anything new for the Windows Phone 7 family of devices. There are several that have been announced by LG and Samsung, as well as the impending entry of Nokia into the world of WP7. Well, right now since the coast was clear, HTC decided...

Dismantling Communicators

Just a brief announcement: Yesterday, we published our 4000th article on XDA Portal we want to thank all our readers and collaborators! Now, let´s go for another 40000! :) Deep within the core of XDA, previous to the big bang when Android arrived, you can find a thread filled with valuable information regarding this piece of...