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DailyRootz! 05/04/12

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Rejoice Evo3D users! Team Virtuous has put together a 4.0.4 build for the CDMA Evo3D. According to the discussion in the forum, this build should work with both the Sprint and Virgin Mobile varients. As this is pretty new, we don’t have an official bug list yet... but if you’re feeling daring and want some ICS love on your Evo3D head over to the CDMA Evo3D development forum and give it a flash. Help the devs out by leaving bug reports in the thread and let them know what is and isn’t working. http://goo.gl/gVQiZ

News Items:Google Play is now allowing direct carrier billing for AT&T, T-Mobile, and Sprint. This is a nice option to have that I am sure many will enjoy. The upside of this option is that no credit card or registration is required. Multiple purchasing options are great for everyone as the most convenient way can be picked.  Read more on the front page at RootzWiki.com http://goo.gl/Sd7AI

The Samsung Galaxy 3 has been announced! After months of leaked images, rumors, speculation, and constant ad-baiting we can finally take it easy. The device was announced yesterday with a worldwide launch date of May 29th... worldwide unless you live in the US. That’s supposed to come some time this summer. Samsung has stated that they will have a US event coming up to release official dates and variants for devices coming stateside.

We have pre and post event coverage with myself, Steve Smith, Steve Bird, Russell Holly, and Jonathan Steadman. Check it out at youtube.com/rootzwikitv! We've got all of the press images from Samsung up on the front page of RootzWiki.com

If you missed this weeks RootzLive! Episode #5, go check it out on our youtube page at youtube.com/rootzwikitv! We interviewed Greg Carron from bNotions, talked about how HTC unlocking their bootloaders via HTCDev does more harm than good, and we gave away an Asus Transformer Prime on the air! Congrats to our winner SockMonkey!

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