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Default Goodbye Wildfire Community.

This is just a post addressing that I have recently switched from my wildfire to another phone as my screen broke . I would just like to thank all of the devs and other community members for making my 3 years with wildfire a truly memorable one and to tell you how grateful I am for your hard work and dedication.

THANK YOU!

P.S A big shoutout to @Stone. Cold for making the super awesome UltraBeam GB.......do check it out!
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It's a shame your leaving the Wildfire behind after such a long time but I'm closing this thread because Hello/Goodbye threads are off topic and therefore we don't allow them.
Have a good time with your new device

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