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12th January 2014, 11:10 PM |#171  
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I was unaware that xda was"competing". What exactly is the competition? I think xda should reevaluate some of its policies and ease up on things like that a little.

Sorry for the off topic, I just feel like some of xda policies are uncalled for.

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I'm not sure about that policy, I haven't used it, but either way it would have been removed because it was using falsehoods to ask for money to go to someone's personal paypal account.
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Originally Posted by shiftr182

I was unaware that xda was"competing". What exactly is the competition? I think xda should reevaluate some of its policies and ease up on things like that a little.

Sorry for the off topic, I just feel like some of xda policies are uncalled for.

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For the record, users, as MEMBERS, agreed to abide by XDA posting rules...perhaps all users reading this should re-familiarize themselves as to what they are.

That being said...We are done here folks, there really, truly is no value towards development being done at this point...thread closed
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