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Creating Your First Simple Android App [Video Guide]

Follow along with Rawad in this new series on XDA TV which takes you through the basics of creating an Android app. In this first video, we see how to setup Android studio and how to create a simple "Hello World" app.    

Why the Honor 9 is a Great Gaming Phone

In this XDA TV video, we check out why the Honor 9 is one of the best phones for Android gaming. Honor put a lot of effort into delivering a high-performing device that can create immersive gaming experience, and the main contributing factors to this are the high end specs paired with the 1080p screen....

Creating Custom Video Filters on Android

This XDA TV video shows you how to create a "look" and turn it into a video filter using the camera on your Android phone. These filters can be applied to your video clips using Adobe Premiere Clip. Create a New Look with Adobe Capture Adobe Capture is a very underappreciated app. It has several powerful tools...

Unofficial LineageOS for the Honor 8 Pro

The development community is starting to pump out some ROMs for the Honor 8 Pro. This unofficial OpenKirin LineageOS ROM is a great way to replace the EMUI stock system. This custom ROM is pretty bare bones and it doesn't come with many mods baked in. Everything is very stable and performance is great. Not Working: Encryption ...

How to get Cinematic Footage with your Android Phone

Your android phone has the ability to create some really stunning cinematic videos. You just need to know how to do it. In this video, I use my Google Pixel XL to capture footage and edit it in Adobe Premiere. It starts with ditching your stock camera app and downloading Open Camera. When filming in Open...

Hands on with the Honor 8 Pro

The Honor 8 Pro is the hottest phone from Huawei right now, building on the success of the popular Honor 8 from 2016. This phone brings some awesome improvements, most notably a bigger screen with a 2K resolution. Check out the video to see our thoughts on the device. Camera The Honor 8 Pro brings back the dual...

How to Get the Google Assistant on Android 5 Lollipop (No Root)

https://youtu.be/AnDYjIcLD8k TK is at it again with another useful tip, this time it's getting the Google Assistant to work on Android Lollipop. The kicker - no root is required for this setup. Even though it still has a few improvements to sort out, it has definitely come a long way since its initial release. The only...

Galaxy S8 CrashGuard Drop Test Video [Hint: Phone is Unscathed]

The Galaxy S8 and the S8+ are without a doubt some of the nicest phones you can get, plus they have the latest specifications with excellent performance and a stellar camera. Samsung worked hard to create a great looking body and an infinity display that would be a sin to hide behind a boring case. You can...

Top Substratum Themes for May Part 2

In a previous post we featured the best Substratum themes for May. This is mainly because a lot of time and effort gets put into creating one of these UI tuners. After doing some digging, though, some more amazing themes emerged. Outline Next is Outline, a theme that really needs to get more recognition. It's that good. The...

XDA Feed Update: Now Available on Pixel and Pixel XL

Our latest update to XDA Feed brings the service to the Pixel and Pixel XL. This video shows you what type of content you'll be able to find using XDA Feed. We are working to add new devices to the service and we are starting with the most popular ones in the community. Even if your phone...

The Forgotten Lenovo Yoga Book Revisited

The Lenovo Yoga Book  promised to be a game changer for Android powered tablets. While it never really found its place in the market, it is still a very special tablet in its own way. This new video from XDA TV takes a look at how the laptop/tablet hybrid is doing in 2017.

Android Wear 2.0 on the Huawei Watch

In this new video from XDA TV, Eric takes a look at the Android Wear 2.0 update on his Huawei Watch. Android Wear 2.0 brought a lot of significant updates to smartwatches. With the update now being available on the Huawei Watch, this device might find its way back on to your wrist.