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Auraslate Lifepad Unboxed the XDA Way – XDA TV

Open source hardware and software is the holy grail for developers---a virtual white canvas for those looking to create custom firmware. Join us today for another XDA TV session, in which XDA Recognized Developer AdamOutler unboxes the Auraslate Lifepad 1026 the XDA way. Disassembling the 10" tablet to its naked internals, Adam shows us how the Lifepad...

Nook Tablet Unboxed the XDA Way – XDA TV

While taking apart the software of our mobile devices is nothing new on our forums, taking apart their hardware is. Join us for another XDA TV session, in which XDA Recognized Developer AdamOutler unboxes the Nook Tablet the XDA way. Undressing the tablet all the way to its bare internals, Adam gives us an inside glimpse at...

A Quick Look at Ubuntu for Android at MWC – XDA TV

Undoubtedly the vast majority of us are excited about the prospect of running Ubuntu on our handsets. In fact, we've covered several methods for users to get a mobile taste of the popular Linux distribution in the past. However, none of these are as simple or powerful as what Canonical wishes to accomplish. Running atop the...

HTC’s Jeff Gordon Shows Us the HTC One Line – XDA TV

You may remember HTC's Global Online Communications Manager Jeff Gordon from our XDA TV coverage of CES. Back then, Jeff mentioned HTC's plans on narrowing down their product line to increase focus and deliver a truly flagship device. Now with the HTC One X, HTC hopes to have achieved this. Sporting a 1.5 GHz quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3...

Sony’s KalleD Walks Us Through the Xperia P and U – XDA TV

If you're a Sony mobile device owner, XDA Forum Member KalleD should be very familiar. On behalf of the Sony Development Team, Karl-Johan “Kalle” Dahlström presented the official alpha release of Ice Cream Sandwich to the community back in December, and did the same for the beta just a few days ago. Join us in this XDA TV segment as host James...

Interview with Toastcfh – XDA TV

In his first-ever interview of any kind, XDA Forum Moderator and Recognized Developer Toastcfh tells XDA TV about his work on Cyanogenmod and with Team Win on the Diamond, Hero, EVO 4G, and EVO 3D. He also talks about his love of HTC and Qualcomm devices, and explains his passion for development. Click on for the interview!

Notion Ink Adam Unboxing–the XDA Way

In this video, XDA Recognized Developer AdamOutler unboxes the Adam Tablet, sent by Notion Ink. He takes it all the way to the motherboard, reviews the hardware design and features. Adam then goes on to talk a bit about the importance of encorperation of open information practices by hardware manufacturers, and how lack thereof causes problems...

Galaxy S II Unboxed the XDA Way – XDA TV

In this video, AdamOutler unboxes an AT&T Samsung Galaxy S II all the way down the the motherboard. He then shows the process of locating hardware modifications required to correct an issue on the board which prevent firmware flashing in the event of a damaged bootloader. Click on for the (real) unboxing!

Asus Transformer Unboxed–the XDA Way

In this video XDA Recognized Developer AdamOutler unboxes his new Asus Transformer that he won as a result of XDA's Favorite Tablet of 2011 contest. But Adam doesn't stop at the unboxing, he goes all the way down to the motherboard to show you what's really inside the Transformer. Click on for the revealing unboxing!

Cerberus app [SassiBoB review]

Today, SassiBoB makes fun of the Greek mythology and reviews an app by LSDroid called Cerberus. It's a nice security app that you flash using ROM Manager to make sure that even if your device is reset, it stays there. Among many other things, this app will take a photo of a thief that tries...

The Best Apps for Contacts Management in Android – XDA TV

The Contacts app on your Android device is very important: it ties into the phone functionality and, as found with newer apps of this type, can be an easy window into the social networking musings of your friends and family. In this episode of XDA TV, Shen covers his favorite third party Contacts apps. Click...

3 MiFi Review – XDA TV

In today's episode of XDA TV, Sam doesn't feature any Android or WP7 products, but he does review a device which may be of interest to any avid technology users and their busy lives away from home WiFi connections. Check out the quick video!