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25th April 2012, 11:34 AM |#161  
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I appreciate all the work everyone did here in helping me with my Epic, I got my Gnexus last night and it's amazing.... all my complaints with the stock epic experience seem to have been solved (working gps, etc)...

It's been fun watching this section grow and develop!! See you guys on the other side!
 
 
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Gnex for $79.99 + no activation fee from Newegg.com............(w/ verizon 2 yr contract)
Always a hitch, huh?.............

.........sent from today's android = 4.0.4
25th April 2012, 02:58 PM |#163  
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Gnex for $79.99 + no activation fee from Newegg.com............(w/ verizon 2 yr contract)
Always a hitch, huh?.............

.........sent from today's android = 4.0.4

prices should drop even more after may 3
25th April 2012, 04:01 PM |#164  
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Epic batteries won't work with the Nexus.

That sucks, i was told they do work in the e4gt so i assumed they would work in this device as well.

Someone is going to get one hell of a package when they buy my epic 4g. i have all kinds of batteries and chargers.
25th April 2012, 06:43 PM |#165  
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That sucks, i was told they do work in the e4gt so i assumed they would work in this device as well.

Someone is going to get one hell of a package when they buy my epic 4g. i have all kinds of batteries and chargers.

Why the hell would you want to use the small dinky 1500mah in a gnex????? :what:

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25th April 2012, 07:38 PM |#166  
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Why the hell would you want to use the small dinky 1500mah in a gnex????? :what:

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25th April 2012, 09:39 PM |#167  
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Exactly. I have the batteries and the external charger so I swap at least once a day.

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25th April 2012, 09:43 PM |#168  
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I figured it would be cool have spare batteries even if they are little 1500s. My off brand one doesn't even last half what the OEM epics do. Maybe the external charter will work...

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26th April 2012, 01:22 AM |#169  
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I figured it would be cool have spare batteries even if they are little 1500s. My off brand one doesn't even last half what the OEM epics do. Maybe the external charter will work...

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Probably not...I think it is an entirely different configuration.
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If the S3 specs are near what was posted on androidcentral I will be very heavily considering the GSM Galaxy Nexus unlocked from google play store. The fact that it will work with Tmo, ATT, and numerous low cost pre-paid VMNO's is really attractive, and it won't be entirely "old tech" if the S3 is "only a quad-core A9" design.
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