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Regarding previous topics from me.

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I'll be putting in a last update to my script and an update for CWM touch 6.0.2.3 that works perfectly before i leave but i'm on my way out.

As much as i love the blade and hate the bootloader on the OT 995 Ultra it's what i'll be using and developing for, porting the multiboot script will be easy enough and there isn't really a need for touch recovery on this phone.

Anyway, after i've put up the last posts on those two threads i will be gone from this forum and as usual i don't answer PM's asking for help, if you are really in need of help with either, tag the PM with 9152 and i'll try to get to it.

Anywayz, off to screw around with a new phone, :)

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You'll be missed, thanks for all your work with CWM recoveries and gen3 stuff :)

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have fun wherever you go - hopefully not xda ;) thanks for cwm touch

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have fun wherever you go - hopefully not xda ;) thanks for cwm touch

Trust me, it won't be xda. ;)

And thank you for your code that i have used. :)

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Thanks for your work! We all will miss you I think

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Yeah definitely we all will miss you and your wonderful efforts. I'm sure people will like you wherever you go.

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oh ,man :(

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We will miss you and your great work and was a pleasure to work with you.BEST LUCK FOR YOUR FURTHER DEVELOPMENT!

Edited by android@sam
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your contribution was valued here and will surely be missed, feels quite emotional when a leading developer departs, anyway all the best in ur endeavours.

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We will miss your sure..

Thanxx for all your work and co-operation.

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Just seen this thread ... so long Snap,happy trails wherever you may roam :)

Thanks for all the work you put in and thanks bigtime for the CWM touch,its a joy to use :D

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