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  Reply # 745501 16-Jan-2013 09:32
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SpookyAwol, it's not entirely clear from your last message which merchant has let you down.

But if you're still lookiing for a source of a RAZR i, it looks as if phonesdirect dot co dot nz has them in stock.

Before ordering from Clove I was corresponding with phonesdirect and was about to place an order pre-Xmas when they ran out of stock and couldn't give me an ETA.

Don't take this as an endorsement, as I never actually began a transaction with them, but they (she - it's a small business!) were easy to communicate with, and they're NZ-based - which should make things easier.



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  Reply # 745521 16-Jan-2013 10:24
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Sorry, yes with clove. Just waiting an eta....

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 749466 23-Jan-2013 12:16
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Not bad - just under 7 days using the cheapest postage and through customs ok. Playtime! :)

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  Reply # 749688 23-Jan-2013 16:32
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Got razr i through clove on release day, very happy with their service, and with the phone. only missing official Firefox support to be perfect for my usage, but androidx86 nightly build works well enough.



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  Reply # 749758 23-Jan-2013 18:26
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Nightly build? Which rom are you using?

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  Reply # 749759 23-Jan-2013 18:29
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that would be nightly build of firefox. using latest eu rom posted on xda, they seem to get updates faster than GB. arent any true custom roms yet



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  Reply # 749766 23-Jan-2013 18:46
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Yes, I wondered what you meant :-)

Shame the 'm' isn't compatible, but only a matter of time I guess. Still, Im kind of over constant rom updates and associated bugs, I think Ill keep this one stock. Maybe just unlock the bootloader. And root it ..... and....

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  Reply # 749768 23-Jan-2013 18:51
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one of the reasons i bought the i was to force myself to stop flashing roms weekly, knowing there woukd be very little available. refreshing to have no bugs day to day running a stock rom.

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