If you’ve always been interested in creating apps or developing for smartphones but had trouble finding the resources to learn it, you might recall a couple of months back that XDA Developers announced that they would be launching XDA University. This is basically a website where all the tutorials and resources required to develop are consolidated into one location, making it easy and convenient for budding developers to find what they need. Well the good news is that the website has been officially launched and you can pop on over to its website to start learning. There are tutorials separated into user-based and developer-based, where user-based tutorials will teach regular Joes how to flash their Android devices, recovery and etc., while the developer-based tutorials will dive into the more technical aspects of things. For those who have always wanted to flash custom ROMs and tweak ROMs, perhaps XDA University might be a good place to check out.
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