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I came here year ago while searching ROMs for my Galaxy S2, now something triggered me to register.
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I was searching for a good Android emulator for Windows, which led me to BlueStacks, which led me to...
I was impressed that a forum would allow searches without joining first (I guess that was the "robot check" back then).
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I'm an android developer, so it's great to have an active community.
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First time i came to XDA, when i rewrite Samsung Ace software
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Why I joined -

I started tinkering with phones again for the first time in about 3-4 years of pretty much total inactivity except for some work on Apple products here and there. I'm old school with phones and have picked up what I could since getting back into everything (still learning). I've done everything from actual physical phone disassembly / repair to recovering and modifying phone's contents on phones old and new. Have about 200 or so old flip phones left over I am debating on what to do with! 5 working smartphones and a bundle of screens and parts ill put to use on salvaged phones. Not a whole lot of smartphones yet since it's always been a hobby for me. I'd say ill keep it under 100 this time at least try. lol

One thing I would have loved to have back in the early days was cellebrite tools. Then I used a huge bag of cables and software for every phone. Now physical tools like cellebrite's can do a lot and are small and portable. O_O

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