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Topic # 247740 20-Feb-2019 09:14
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EOI for sale

 

 

 

Mirror black Oneplus 6T, 8g ram and 128g rom,

 

brought it in last Nov from China, so there is no Nz warrranty.

 

always in case, no scratch or dent. 

 

i had unlock the bootloader so there is a warning msg at boot up, can relock it if require.

 

i am selling it as i like IOS better and getting bck to iphone side.

 

comes with 1 x cable, 2 x cases, box and 1 x screen protector.

 

 

 

anyone interest? i am looking at selling at 700 but would need a day or two to organised a company phone before actual sale, hence EOI  

 

 

 

thanks for looking

 

Sam 


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  Reply # 2184175 20-Feb-2019 09:38
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@freitasm thanks for editing, i sudden realized i havent put the info on title, and jump back found you have done it for me:) 


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  Reply # 2184182 20-Feb-2019 09:49
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What a shame, it's an excellent phone, I am loving my Thunder Purple 6T.

 

Just curious, did you flash Oxygen OS on it or is still on Hydrogen OS?


 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 2184184 20-Feb-2019 09:54
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mrgsm021:

 

What a shame, it's an excellent phone, I am loving my Thunder Purple 6T.

 

Just curious, did you flash Oxygen OS on it or is still on Hydrogen OS?

 

 

 

 

it is O2os, i cant use most of the defalut app on H2os anyway so flash it when i 1st got it




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  Reply # 2185317 22-Feb-2019 12:04
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sold


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