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Upgrading to Moto X from AOSP Galaxy S3

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16th May 2014, 09:51 PM   |  #11  
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Oh what? The Developer Edition is only an extra $50? The code from the China site is $45 already right?

Can I buy the Dev Edition at a Verizon Store or Authorized Reseller? Or must I order it online?

I can't seem to find the option for purchasing a Dev Ed on the Verizon website and the Motorola website only offer the option of purchasing it for 450 (presumably off-contract) and gives no option for purchasing on-contract.

I'm in Canada, have a Rogers xt1058 version, unlocked sim and bootloader.... so not sure how purchasing Dev edition goes. Not an option here.
16th May 2014, 11:21 PM   |  #12  
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Oh what? The Developer Edition is only an extra $50? The code from the China site is $45 already right?

Can I buy the Dev Edition at a Verizon Store or Authorized Reseller? Or must I order it online?

I can't seem to find the option for purchasing a Dev Ed on the Verizon website and the Motorola website only offer the option of purchasing it for 450 (presumably off-contract) and gives no option for purchasing on-contract.

You have to get it direct from Moto.

They this link -> http://www.motorola.com/us/consumers...n-verizon.html

And it is only sold at "off contract" or full retail price. Otherwise you'd see more people with it.
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29th May 2014, 09:28 AM   |  #13  
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I'm pretty sure moto still has a 0% finance option if you don't want to shell out all the cash at once. My recommendation is Dev edition. I'm on T-Mobile which allows unlocking and I still got the Dev edition to be on the safe side.

I went from a Verizon GS3 with CM to a Nexus 5 and MotoX Dev edition on T-Mobile. The MotoX is FASTER by a long shot, only to be surpassed by the nexus barely. You won't regret the switch.
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