Originally Posted by AndreaCristiano
agreed here as well its like a ghost town in here
Most of the time I've seen that it's a device that's been out for years and everyone has moved on. When it's a month or two after release and nobody's around in the dev section you know what time it is. If you need anything but root out of the community you probably don't want to buy an AT&T G3. I just want to know what spooked everyone or is AT&T suddenly really unpopular. I know that stupid qi alternative they're using is bull**** but other than that I don't get it. It had less bloat than my Sprint phones.
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Originally Posted by mosincredible
I'm curious of the ghost town factor as well. However, it could be that most who have the phone are doing fine and have absolutely nothing they want to do to it until the bootloader is unlocked. I happen to be one of those people at least. I check every once in a while to see what's going on with the bootloader then I'm back to whatever else I was doing.
I run into occasional slowdown here and there but it's either on an extremely heavy webpage or I have a million things going at once since I treat my phone like my PC. I'll easily have 10+ tabs open on my phone and still have some other stuff going on.
Yeah i'm wondering if there's a hidden werewolf in my phone or something
I know a lot of people have headphone, bluetooth and wireless charging issues. I know a lot of AT&T techs have the G3 too. It may be that people are gearing up to switch to the Note4 or iPhone 6. Both the Note3/Samsung and iPhone have huge fan-bases. The general G3 forums are/were really busy last time I was there.
Anyone know why all the AT&T dev forums threads were wiped out?
LG G3, GS5,
GS2, G Tab 3, G Tab 10.1, iPhone 5S, iPad Air, Kindle FireHD, Nexus One, Nexus 4, Nook, Palm Pre, Sensation