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  Reply # 1568956 9-Jun-2016 20:27
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ALTRON:

Has anyone tried using semble on nextbit robin?



I haven't, and I doubt it's supported because I've got ANZ goMoney and the mobile wallet feature doesn't work. However, the workaround is to root your device, install Xposed and this app called SuperKiwi, which fools Semble and goMoney into thinking you've got a Samsung device. As a result, the mobile wallet feature in goMoney works just fine. :)

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  Reply # 1569009 9-Jun-2016 21:32
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Looking forward to factory image being released for the June update. 


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1600037 28-Jul-2016 09:53
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Now available in Ember (red) and black.


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  Reply # 1600104 28-Jul-2016 11:12
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The black and red doesn't compliment their software design that well personally. But looks good.

 

 

 

I just received some dbrand skins to change up my robins colours. Will post up some pics once put on. 


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