Pimp My Droid Weekly 12/1/12: Nexus 10, Droid DNA, PACman ROM and More

As we are wrapping up another busy week in the world of Android, we are bringing you the top stories of the week in ROMing, Rooting, Mods, and Hacking. It's Pimp my Droid Weekly. This week we have some great news for some newly released devices like the Nexus 10 and Droid DNA. Let's get this thing started.

Nexus 10 gets Paranoid

The very popular Paranoid Android ROM is now available for the Nexus 10. It outta look pretty darn good on that display too. Thanks to XDA Recognized Developer jaybob413. Check out the original thread over at XDA for more information

ASUS Transformer Infinity TF700T Bootloader unlocker app gets decompiled

The Transformer Infinity bootloader app has gotten decompiled this week. It was decompiled to allow for modding thanks to ostar2, an XDA Forum Member.

Clockworkmod Recovery available for the Xperia T

Now you can get CWM recovery on your locked but rooted Sony Xperia T, thanks to XDA Senior Member Sharaz22 who worked hard on getting it to work successfully. You can get all the information from XDA's original thread.

The HTC Droid DNA gets an All-in-one Toolkit

For those that bought the Droid DNA, you can now go ahead and root it using this new toolkit. It also allows you to install drivers and much more. Check out the thread on XDA for more information.

PACman ROM appears for the T-Mobile MyTouch 4G Slide

One of the coolest kangs out there is PACman. It combines AOKP, Cyanogenmod and Paranoid Android all into one ROM. It's pretty awesome. It's now made its way to the MyTouch 4G Slide.

Nexus 10 gets a Toolkit

This week the Nexus 10 also got an All-in-one Toolkit as well. For those that don't want to mess around with command line or terminal and fussing with drivers. You'll want to check out mskip's toolkit.

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