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12th March 2013, 10:28 AM   |  #1  
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I must say that hoxl life has been great , nothing more to ask from such a great device. As things progress; change is inevitably coming with days to come. Just a simple message to our great community ..thanks for everything and hard work. Post your experiences and memories of this great adventure..... My bigest joy was day s off became possible....

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13th March 2013, 12:09 AM   |  #2  
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What ROM are you on?

My best experience with it has to be the fact I went from a broken iPhone 3GS to this, then I rooted it and flashed CM10 and I experienced a phone like I wanted too. Not held down by the shackles of Apple anymore.

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I have used about every Rom avail on xda and another site. By far for me viperxl 3.2.by turge and kernel elementalx by flar2 is best sense based Rom and I am torn between nonsense roms. Jellybam was cool to play around. Great thing about roms is there is no 1 best Rom for every1, with so many its a personal choice. I know quite a few who think best Rom is a new one so it can be played with . Rom flashing addiction is growing at unstoppable pace....watchout ....

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I have used about every Rom avail on xda and another site. By far for me viperxl 3.2.by turge and kernel elementalx by flar2 is best sense based Rom and I am torn between nonsense roms. Jellybam was cool to play around. Great thing about roms is there is no 1 best Rom for every1, with so many its a personal choice. I know quite a few who think best Rom is a new one so it can be played with . Rom flashing addiction is growing at unstoppable pace....watchout ....

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+1 I love the choices in Sense ROMs. Tweaks? Viper. AOSPish? RebelROM. Simple, smooth? CleanRom. Audio? HatkaXL. The list goes on and on. Love this phone's dev community!
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16th March 2013, 09:24 PM   |  #5  
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1600 hrs

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17th March 2013, 12:57 AM   |  #6  
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I was going to get the sgs3 coming from the original sgs, but the One X was $50 so I took the offer. If I was forced to go back to a S-AMOLED screen, I'll definitely cry. And I'll cry even more if GPS won't lock. This is an excellent phone :thumbup:

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I've been really happy with mine as well. To be honest this is the longest I have ever owned a modern smartphone. My previous phones would last 6-8 months before I got bored.

As much as I want the One... I honestly wouldn't mind skipping a generation and hanging onto this until it dies.

With s off and development getting even better the one xl is pretty fun.

With my setup the battery life is very much improved! JB Sense roms rock.

I am thinking of changing the housing to the one x+ housing since mine is getting beat up. It's going to feel like a brand new phone

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1600 hrs

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Lol not quite sure what your inferring here

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I've been extremely happy with build quality. My last phone was a Samsung captivate & infuse and it didn't hold up very well at all. I miss the no locked bootloader nonsense that Samsung has.

Build quality has been great, screen and camera are awesome.
I've dropped the phone at least 20-30 times with a tpu case and have had no damage.



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"I miss the no locked bootloader nonsense that Samsung has."

Yeah me too. I remember flashing the gingerbread I9000 bootloaders just so I can go to download mode and recovery easier on the captivate lol

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17th March 2013, 07:43 AM   |  #10  
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"I miss the no locked bootloader nonsense that Samsung has."

Yeah me too. I remember flashing the gingerbread I9000 bootloaders just so I can go to download mode and recovery easier on the captivate lol

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funny you mention that, my wife has the captivate...and flashing is much fun on that..i mean i like my HOX and all..but hboot can be a pain...but odin is just so simple, yet so advanced

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