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By HRodMusic, Senior Member on 6th March 2012, 06:12 PM
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just like the tittle says, any updates?
 
 
6th March 2012, 10:20 PM |#2  
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Nope.

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Glad i didnt donate . Somethin like this might've happened

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he did look into it.
7th March 2012, 01:48 AM |#5  
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he did look into it.

its been like over 3 months lol =/ soo sad, especially since it was supercurio, i trusted the guy =/
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It has nothing to do with trust. He clearly stated his agenda and never gave a timeframe. He even stated a few times he was working on the note abd other phones first since they were easier fixes than our "black sheep" of a phone. He is well know and i wouldnt think that hed take a phone just to take it and not evetually work on it.
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its been like over 3 months lol =/ soo sad, especially since it was supercurio, i trusted the guy =/



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It has nothing to do with trust. He clearly stated his agenda and never gave a timeframe. He even stated a few times he was working on the note abd other phones first since they were easier fixes than our "black sheep" of a phone. He is well know and i wouldnt think that hed take a phone just to take it and not evetually work on it.



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yea hell work on it eventually
7th March 2012, 04:51 AM |#8  
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yea hell work on it eventually

eventually lol that could be 6 months from now, i wont own this device by then lol
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eventually lol that could be 6 months from now, i wont own this device by then lol

Who cares ? You made a weeping farewell speech from the T989 months ago, what happened ? Be gone already...........
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eventually lol that could be 6 months from now, i wont own this device by then lol

The blobs that everyone donated for was clearly a possible hardware issue which means that nobody would be able to fix it without mods made by hand. At best all he could do was look into it. Its not his fault people paid for a new phone just to look into it.

The whole situation is analogous to if Samsung released a new phone where a quarter of them had bad search buttons. It could be a software issue but likely a hardware problem with QA. Instead of exchanging the phone people then proceeded to setup a bounty to buy a new phone to get this fixed. Its looked into and it turns out its just a bad solder connecting the search button. This would of been likely in the first place and people should of just exchanged their phone rather than setting up a bounty for something which has a fair likelihood of being a hardware issue.

You have a hardware issue then exchange your phone.

If the blobs bother you exchange your phone. If the blobs only bother you when you have to follow a page of instructions on how to see it, really. If you need to follow a multi step guide to see it then its not that big of a deal. If it is then exchange your phone.
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