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Topic # 179130 27-Aug-2015 17:20
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This is the HTC One M7 It's around a year old (it was a replacement for a unit with red camera tint that I purchased a couple years ago)

It's converted to GPe and running official 5.1 GPE

It's got its fair share of scratches and scuffs, and the camera has a crack.  Functionally it all works great though. I've taken some photos of it for you.

Looking for $230 cash on pickup in central Auckland.   This will work great on all networks and is of course factory unlocked.

The device should be an easy switch back to official sense builds if you're that way inclined.  The bootloader is unlocked, S-OFF etc.




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  Reply # 1375310 27-Aug-2015 17:20
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  Reply # 1377182 31-Aug-2015 15:57
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Lowered price

$200

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 1381602 8-Sep-2015 10:20
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Alright, any takers?  I'm going to have to put this on Trademe this afternoon

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  Reply # 1381606 8-Sep-2015 10:25
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macuser: Alright, any takers?  I'm going to have to put this on Trademe this afternoon


They generally go for $200-$250 on TM.

Such a good price for a pretty solid phone.



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  Reply # 1381628 8-Sep-2015 10:38
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Finch:
macuser: Alright, any takers?  I'm going to have to put this on Trademe this afternoon


They generally go for $200-$250 on TM.

Such a good price for a pretty solid phone.


Yea just trying to avoid success fees! 

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  Reply # 1381642 8-Sep-2015 10:49
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I'd have been tempted (for my wife), but am put off by the scratches etc (I'm @nal and like my stuff to be in pristine condition!); others may be similarly put off, even if the damage doesn't affect the performance...



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  Reply # 1381658 8-Sep-2015 11:06
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jonathan18: I'd have been tempted (for my wife), but am put off by the scratches etc (I'm @nal and like my stuff to be in pristine condition!); others may be similarly put off, even if the damage doesn't affect the performance...


I ordered a replacement lens off ebay, but unfortunately it performed worse than the cracked lens because it was plastic and had micro scratches right from the packet... so I'm pretty stuck!

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