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Skype 2.0 for Android hacked to have video calls working on non-supported devices

Skype 2.0 for Android hacked to have video calls working on non-supported devices
It was only yesterday when Skype 2.0 for Android was released, but the latest version of the popular instant messenger has already been hacked to allow video calls to be made over Wi-Fi or 3G/4G using non-supported devices as well. Thanks to that, it is not only Google Nexus S, HTC Desire S, Sony Ericsson Xperia neo and Xperia pro owners who can enjoy Skype's newly-added and long-anticipated feature.

The hacked Skype 2.0 version has been intended to run on the Samsung Galaxy S II, and our test showed that it works without a hitch. However, the program has been successfully tried out on a number of other smartphones and tablets. So far, the list of devices that reportedly run the unofficial Skype 2.0 includes, but may not be limited to:


Feel free to grab the hacked Skype 2.0 for Android APK file from the download link below, and if it happens to work for you, do not forget to brag about it by leaving a comment. Also, bear in mind that before installing it, you will most probably need to remove the old Skype version from your device, assuming that you have it installed, of course.

source: villainROM via Android Authority

Download the hacked Skype 2.0 for Android APK file from here.

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