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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 Watch YouTube 4K Videos on Rooted Non-4K Phones and Tablets

For many people, mobile devices have replaced desktop and laptop computers as the primary avenue of content consumption. The official YouTube app for Android is used by hundreds of millions around the world to keep up with their favorite channels. Video quality on YouTube has dramatically increased over the years with the introduction of 60FPS options...

Google’s Royalty-Free Answer to HEVC: A Look at AV1 and the Future of Video Codecs

Almost 5 years ago Google first released VP9, the royalty free video codec that aimed to replace H.264 as the primary codec for online streaming and media consumption. While VP9 was not completely successful in that task, it has laid the foundation for Google’s next generation codec, AOMedia Video 1 (AV1), which is looking extremely...

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.

Best Substratum Themes for May

If you're a fan of Substratum then you're not going to want to miss these picks for the best themes this May. You can also find tons of new themes in the Android Themes XDA forum. Flux Flux theme for Substratum is designed with pixel perfect precision to give your phone a completely new modern look and feel!...

Nine Galaxy S8 Tips and Tricks

Samsung phones are known for having some of the most feature-rich software. The Galaxy S8 has so many features that many users will be a bit overwhelmed at first. This video from Miles at XDA TV will show you some of the best tips and tricks to get you started with your new device.    

Four Cool Mods for the Galaxy S8

This video is for new Galaxy S8 users looking for some cool mods for their device. Miles put together four mods that you can check out in this XDA TV video. bxActions - Remap Bixby button This app lets you remap the Bixby button so that it can be used to trigger different actions. DPI Adjusting Go to the...

Theming App Elements with Substratum

In this XDA TV video, Rawad continues his series of tutorials related to Substratum theming. Previously we learned how to create a simple substratum theme and how to customize icons. In this video you will learn how to change the color of a specific element within an app. Visit the XDA Themes forum for more Substratum...

Some Shows DVR’d with YouTube TV Disable the Ability to Skip Commercials

DVR is a very touchy piece of technology for many cable providers and television studios. They want to give the viewer the ability to catch up on shows they may have missed, but they don't want them to be able to skip over the advertisements they placed between the commercial breaks. This conflict started back...