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  1. #31


    I would have to say though, that if I couldn't have my Blackberry, the Samsung Galaxy S3 would be my second option. Third and final option would be Nokia Lumia. After that, I don't want a phone.

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    I love my Nokia Lumia 920~~!!
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  3. #33



    I am Woman! Hear Me Roar!
    NJ
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    4 Windows 7 Pro Sp1- 4 Win 8 Pro, 1- xp pro sp3


    iPhone 4s
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    Win 8 (64) : Win 7 (64) : Vista (64) : Android JB 4.2 : iOS 6


    HTC One X
    -Quad Core, 32GB

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  5. #35


    This thread brings back memory that makes me want to cry.

    One time I went to a client's office to pick up some documents. Had my S3 on the dash holder to navigate with google maps. When I got there, I quickly got out of the car. Forgot to take the phone with me. Locked the door, though. Yeah, it was a questionable neighborhood in Chicago, but it would just be a few minutes. When I came back out, the phone was gone. My S3 was gone! Whoever took it knew how to factory reset the phone, because my anti-theft app never reported back after I activated it over the internet.

    So, I'm now back to my old original S. Recently installed an ICS rom. Works, but not as satisfying as my S3. My poor poor S3. God knows what they are doing to it right now.
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  6. #36


    Pargas, Finland
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    Windows 8 Pro 64-Bit with Media Center


    Samsung Galaxy Gio. No pics though. :P
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  7. #37


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    Win 8 (64) : Win 7 (64) : Vista (64) : Android JB 4.2 : iOS 6


    Quote Originally Posted by goodintentions View Post
    This thread brings back memory that makes me want to cry.

    One time I went to a client's office to pick up some documents. Had my S3 on the dash holder to navigate with google maps. When I got there, I quickly got out of the car. Forgot to take the phone with me. Locked the door, though. Yeah, it was a questionable neighborhood in Chicago, but it would just be a few minutes. When I came back out, the phone was gone. My S3 was gone! Whoever took it knew how to factory reset the phone, because my anti-theft app never reported back after I activated it over the internet.

    So, I'm now back to my old original S. Recently installed an ICS rom. Works, but not as satisfying as my S3. My poor poor S3. God knows what they are doing to it right now.
    Take it as a sign... upgrade to S4!
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  8. #38


    India
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    Windows 8.1 Pro 64 Bit


    iPhone 4S white

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  9. #39


    Mt. Crumpit cave
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    Win 7 Ult X64 SP1


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    Motorola Razr Maxx, Otterbox Commuter case.
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  10. #40


    South Coast NSW, Australia
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    Windows 8.1 'Ultimate' RTM 64 bit (Pro/WMC).


    A ZTE T760 aka Telstra Smart Touch 2.

    Only a cheap low-end Android with Gingerbread, but great value for the price (under A$100).
    The 'bang-per-buck' factor is very good indeed, this phone's cheap but it definitely isn't rubbish.
    It certainly does everything I want/need it to, reliably and without fuss.

    The pic with the Koi wallpaper is of my actual phone.

    Wenda.
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