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Wannabe Geek

  #2047905 2-Jul-2018 22:22
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I will be replacing my floor attracted Samsung galaxy s6.

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Uber Geek

  #2047907 2-Jul-2018 22:27
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This would be nice to replace by beloved Samsung Galaxy S4 that got a broken OLED just over a week ago, a few days before its 5th birthday.



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  #2047908 2-Jul-2018 22:28
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Dual sim? Count me in. Old Redmi Note 3 running LineageOS 15.1, unfortunately a bluetooth bug is annoying me. Must update the rom, would be nice to have a device that's good to go


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Uber Geek

  #2047920 2-Jul-2018 22:51
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WIll be replacing my Nexus 6P which I recently sold, currently rocking the partners Samsung Galaxy S4 which is a pain to use at the best of times.




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Master Geek

  #2047927 2-Jul-2018 23:03
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This HTC One M7 has a story of Android getting slower and slower and slower over the years until it's all but unusable.


How this happens remains a mystery, as it's been stuck on the last update for most of those years.


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Uber Geek


  #2047934 2-Jul-2018 23:53
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I wouldn’t replace my iPhone X if I won, probably just end up selling it. :)

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  #2047939 3-Jul-2018 00:10
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My phone is very old. I have had it since I was a kid. I need a new one. That is my story.


I don't think there is ever a bad time to talk about how absurd war is, how old men make decisions and young people die. - George Clooney


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Master Geek


  #2047949 3-Jul-2018 01:13
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This would be great to replace my dads HTC One Mini which has a cracked screen.

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  #2047950 3-Jul-2018 01:24
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I'll be replacing my XiaoMi, which mostly works fine, most of the time. Sometimes I find myself cursing at it, then, when it blobs out again, recursing at it.

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  #2047952 3-Jul-2018 01:41
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Power problems: two old phones I used as backups have recently stopped charging and now my main phone has lost magnetic charging. At this rate, I might actually have a need to win this.

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Master Geek

  #2047961 3-Jul-2018 01:49
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would replace the Gala*y A5 my flatmate gave me, has a cracked screen (totally useable though), and the home button doesn't work, but it has a nice enough camera and good storage specs compared to the Gala*y Ace II I still use as a phone (partly because I don't have a micro sim for the A5, partly because it has so little RAM that I don't run any apps on it e*cept alarm clock, so it has a good battery life), though after getting it wet it's no longer recognized by my computer (I can only retrieve data stored on the SD), so one day when I figure out how to cloud backup or something I'll give up on that phone.


*that letter on my keyboard doesn't work.


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Wannabe Geek

  #2047966 3-Jul-2018 07:11
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My brother lives in Canada and kindly gave my Mother (aged 94) an old Galaxy Note 2.  I got the job of setting it up for use in NZ but it turned out it was locked to the T-Mobile network and my efforts have resulted in a nice white brick. 


The Motorola would go to Mum.


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  #2047968 3-Jul-2018 07:16
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I'm still rocking it old school styles like Jethro Gibbs from NCIS!
I can make a call, send a text, and even play snake. What more could you need in a phone?


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#2047969 3-Jul-2018 07:33
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I will replace my wife's Samsung phone because when ever she calls anyone she has to put it on speaker phone, because otherwise all they hear is garbled noise.  I know, sounds weird but she won't change phones without being forced to, as she loves her phone even though it does not work properly.

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  #2047970 3-Jul-2018 07:36
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 I have an aging Vodafone Ultra6 with a cracked screen.

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