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[OFFICIAL XDA][BETA]XDA Feed: The best XDA content made easy

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Oct 4, 2020
Hey im new to this XDA Lab thing. Ive heard of this system just never looked into it until now.

My question is how do i go about rooting my phone corretly without messing anything up with Xposed?


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Oct 26, 2020
I am not able to get adb file of (Lenovo Tb) and I downloaded k6 but it's not completely going gud cn anyone tell me wt to do..


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May 23, 2008
I'm confused. Is the feed app still available, cause I cannot find it on the playstore and I also belive the xda labs is no longer available so how to download?


Oct 4, 2013
I'm confused. Is the feed app still available, cause I cannot find it on the playstore and I also belive the xda labs is no longer available so how to download?

I believe only the play store app is the recommended app at this time.

Pinned threads like the one we are posting on should be updated with latest info as it's confusing for newcomers.
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    Everyone knows what it's like to comb through the forums on a new device to find ROMs, kernels, apps and all the other customizations that come out of the community.

    It's a mixed bag! It's satisfying when you do find something that really appeals to you, but it's also frustrating because a forum just simply isn't the best platform to show off a lot of the modifications we use. A lot of great content, be it wallpapers, icon packs, themes or even homescreens get lost in a sea of text lists, acronyms and giant threads :p

    So we've come up with a way we think will help better promote, organize and support independent development in our community.

    It's called XDA Feed!

    Each device is supported by the community! You can contribute links to your favorite ROM, Kernel, Wallpaper, Thread, Homescreen, Icon Pack, Video or Article and help support your device with content.

    • Browse, view, download and share the best content on XDA for your device!
    • Custom built in Download Manager supports resuming cancelled/failed downloads
    • Filter out content you're not interested in
    • Star content you're interested in to look at later
    • Granular notification control: opt out entirely, batch notifications to certain time intervals and specify which content you want to see updates from
    • Dark theme
    • Suggest content for your (and any!) device
    • Leaderboard that shows top contributors!

    Did you know Feed content comes from the community? Find the 'Suggest to Feed' links in the app or visit https://feed.xda-developers.com and suggest a link to see that item show up in Feed!

    Interested in being part of the moderation and backend team? Send a PM to @blk_jack and we'll have a chat :)

    Stable builds - [Download from Play]
    Test builds - [Download from Labs]

    XDA:DevDB Information
    [OFFICIAL XDA][BETA]XDA Feed: The best XDA content made easy, App for the OnePlus 3


    Version Information
    Status: Beta
    Current Beta Version: 0.31
    Beta Release Date: 2018-04-09

    Created 2017-04-07
    Last Updated 2018-04-17
    We're just about to launch a universal version of feed for all devices and a way for users and devs to submit and vote on content! Stay tuned for a test build very soon.

    Feed was mentioned in the last episode of AAA by XDA writer Steven Zimmerman! If you'd like to vote for Feed go here: http://www.strawpoll.me/13243399

    Community, contributions and questions

    Community chat
    Want to chat with the team or other Feed users? Want to help debug an issue?
    Join us on Telegram in the XDA Feed group!

    Help translate!
    Head on over to our page on good ol' CrowdIn to join in the fun!​

    Q: Why does this app exist?
    We all know there is a ton of cool stuff you can do to your phone, but navigating the XDA forums to find it all can be a bit daunting. This app is a curated "feed" of all that stuff you wish you knew about, so you don't miss anything.

    Q: Wait a sec...why are there multiple versions of Feed?
    This is deprecated and per-device builds will be removed soon. Make sure to grab the all devices version for the latest & quickest updates.

    Q: Why not just integrate this into XDA Labs?
    We wanted to separate the functionality of Feed because we have some very cool stuff planned for it. You'll see!

    General Limitations
    • Download History only shows items actually downloaded by Feed itself. Due to the Play Store TOS, this means Apps and Icon Packs are linked to and as such won't show up in Download history. We're not opposed to still including those downloads in the history, they just aren't there at the moment.
    0.28.5 is out on Play and Labs. Download links in OP. Thanks to everyone who's helped test beta builds on Labs.
    We're still working on improving the user submission tools so you'll see content you've submitted and voted on approved and in the app in the near future! Thanks for everyone's patience as we figure out how to best manage everything. <3

    • [tweak] Landscape feed list
    • [tweak] Pinned alerts instead of navdrawer item
    • [tweak] Suggest to Feed example + help text
    • [tweak] Network connectivity/error messages
    • [tweak] Update translations
    • [tweak] Add Japanese/Portuguese translations
    • [fix] Auth issue repeatedly popping up Login page
    • [fix] Remove low activity device notification
    • [fix] DB migration crash
    • [fix[ Video notifications showing when disabled
    We're live, folks! Anybody familiar with my threads knows the score. If not check out XDA Labs. Debug and testing builds will be up soon!

    Be sure to read all the OP posts to reduce duplicate questions! Hope you guys like this app and like I mention in the OP will hopefully be rolling this out to more devices in the near future! <3