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kind of OT.. but weird how Brazil labels this phone as "Galaxy X" and not a Nexus device.
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kind of OT.. but weird how Brazil labels this phone as "Galaxy X" and not a Nexus device.
Pure Marketing....

... and notice that in the neXus logo the X is the outstanding word...
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Man... Thank you so much! Flashed and using it already.. Looking better so far!

And thanks again because it is also CWM ready
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