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Whereas I see it as an advantage, stuff 4.8" I want something more compact and easier to handle.

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Whereas I see it as an advantage, stuff 4.8" I want something more compact and easier to handle.

I agree to that, I had the skate which is only 4.3 and that sometimes was a little difficult to handle, the 4inch screen is the sweet spot for an android device. fits in the pocket easy and is a one handed job.

Of course that is only my own opinion, each to there own and all that.

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I would have just preferred a better screen quality. The resolution and size is fine, it is just the colours don't look very 'colourful' or vibrant especially when compared to the likes of the HTC One S and the Samsung Galaxy S 2

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I have a question, who made this bootloader in Xolo x900? Is it intel or xolo? Whom should we contact to unlock it? Can intel help us in unlocking it in any way?

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I have a question, who made this bootloader in Xolo x900? Is it intel or xolo? Whom should we contact to unlock it? Can intel help us in unlocking it in any way?

I think it was Intel but it will have been at the insistence of Orange/Xolo/ect. Good luck on getting Xolo to agree to unlock it though.
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I would have just preferred a better screen quality. The resolution and size is fine, it is just the colours don't look very 'colourful' or vibrant especially when compared to the likes of the HTC One S and the Samsung Galaxy S 2

I would have to disagree. Colours are gorgeous on mine and I've compared it to other devices like the Galaxy Nexus.

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Nah,only the camera,battery,and screen clarity.

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The screen isn't clearer for me just over-saturated.

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Any news on the developments with jellybean...?

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I'm back its me the one who Made lots of topocs ahahah

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Is that your way of making an appearance?

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/sigh

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If you're banned then you can't go and make another account to avoid the ban. We'll just ban you again.

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Unless you don't know it's him again

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"I'm back its me the one who Made lots of topocs ahahah"

Plus lots of new pointless topics and failure to use the search. I think I got the right guy.

Anyway this is off topic. Back to discussions of a Jelly Bean ROM. Assuming we get one ;)

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I dont see why Intel shouldn't release jb. What's the point of putting all that work to waste

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I dont see why Intel shouldn't release jb. What's the point of putting all that work to waste

I think it's Orange/Xolo/et al that have locked the bootloader, I don't think if Intel released JB by itself you would be able to install it(although I may be wrong in that :) )
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Intel are the ones who sign the packages right. So if they release jb I don't see why it shouldn't work

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Hopefully they bring it. It would be a real shame to have developed it but then to not have it released

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