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Omega Ra

RIP my poor i920

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Omega Ra    0

Quite sadly today, my poor Omnia 2 has met it's maker. I was unloading a truck here at work and, unbeknown-st to me, my phone and holster fell off my hip and got run over by the forklift I was riding. I didn't realize it until 2 hours later after finishing with that truck...sigh.

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Quite sadly today, my poor Omnia 2 has met it's maker. I was unloading a truck here at work and, unbeknown-st to me, my phone and holster fell off my hip and got run over by the forklift I was riding. I didn't realize it until 2 hours later after finishing with that truck...sigh.

Sorry about your loss . (really)

If you investigate further you'l; find that the fork truck was control'd by a wayward android.

time to assimulate

:) ;)

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Omega Ra    0

LOL wouldn't surprise me. But I will hold out until next month when the HTC Trophy (WP7) arrives

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LOL wouldn't surprise me. But I will hold out until next month when the HTC Trophy (WP7) arrives

kick the tires on a few android threads . ( not MoDaCo)

You my like whats going on.

Best to you

:) ;)

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Omega Ra    0
kick the tires on a few android threads . ( not MoDaCo)

You my like whats going on.

Best to you

:) ;)

When I look at Android all I see is WM with SPB Mobile shell, which I didn't like. I have messed with a few droids in the stores (Droid 1&2 and X) just not my thing.

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