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  Reply # 292798 25-Jan-2010 00:23
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Nah never lie on trademe, it's the truth I lost my student allowance this year and I'm a bit tight for cash at the moment. But after selling my magic and nexus I'll be able to buy another one or perhaps wait for the price to go down or something else to come out idk..


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  Reply # 292800 25-Jan-2010 00:25
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yeah well my friend is paying me to buy one for him. Also I don't really want it now that my baby is scratched XD But I've gotten used to it now, I overreacted

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 292812 25-Jan-2010 06:47
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Mine appears to have cleared customs in AKL and is again in transit - hopefully to Welly. No requests for payment so far. Hopefully I will see it tomorrow.



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  Reply # 292903 25-Jan-2010 16:13
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PaulsNZ: A "trojan" can be a virus with certain atributes...or it can be a useful program you want to do a job you want done. The virus checker can't tell the difference all the time.....it just looks for certain characteristics and reports them when it finds them. It may be a virus....or it may be that the program looks like a virus because it uses exploits to do stuff you want it to do.




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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 292933 25-Jan-2010 18:26
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Just looking at the latest version of "Hotspot shield" doesn't have the Genetik Trojan as part of the install (like the older version) BUT downloads it after all the OTHER SpyWare that it wants to install!! The GeneTik trojan is a key-logger so I would suggest that anyone who has installed this APP would be at risk of privacy / theft of Bank details etc. I wouldn't install this BOGUS software IF You paid me!. Only SHEEP without a clue would trust this software! Cheers

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  Reply # 293118 26-Jan-2010 12:18
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My phone has been delivered this morning, I might have to go home at lunchtime and grab it. No taxes or duties Cool

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  Reply # 293175 26-Jan-2010 17:52
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ah... this is pissing me off... I included a charger!... I can't advertise it on the forums either (apologies) cos the mods will remove it >.< trade and exchange time!

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Reply # 293177 26-Jan-2010 18:03
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jamesyb0i: ah... this is pissing me off... I included a charger!... I can't advertise it on the forums either cos the mods will remove it >.< trade and exchange time!


You can advertise if you follow the rules. You have to post in our Offers and Wanted forum. Instead you spammed the threads with your offer.




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  Reply # 293196 26-Jan-2010 21:05
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Hmm, just to clarify, the Nexus One charger is a 100-240v device so the adapter is merely a pin configuration device.

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  Reply # 293203 26-Jan-2010 21:24
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According to TM it's still illegal to sell in NZ, even if it's a quality switching-mode 100-240v supply and has a certified pin adapter: "It has to be a NZ charger, you can't sell a US one even with an adapter" -- but then the guy I spoke to on their incredibly unhelpful 0900 service was a little clueless himself and clearly hadn't been trained on it...

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  Reply # 293205 26-Jan-2010 21:26
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Hmm, and I was beginning to think trademe worked for Jobs ;-)

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  Reply # 293540 27-Jan-2010 17:23
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c71931f:
jamesyb0i: Hmm, and I was beginning to think trademe worked for Jobs ;-)

They do tho?
I meant Steve Jobs Wink

It seems like your selling your one to get a new condition/new one as you've bidded on a few on tradeMe..
I could be wrong tho.

..not quite, My friend wants an unopened one for his 21st but importing wouldn't arrive on time. Algud game over

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  Reply # 294089 28-Jan-2010 19:45
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Some interesting information regarding nexus one possibly going on AT&T in the states, may work on XT??
check it out http://www.engadget.com/2010/01/26/walmart-greeters-will-soon-welcome-you-to-a-nexus-one-with-sprin/

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  Reply # 295220 1-Feb-2010 17:07
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Im looking at getting a nexus one....

Gonna buy it from google site.

Can someone let me know what is the best shipping method from shipto? how do i get around sending ID to shipto (some people on here have done it , some haven't) 

How much did you declear it to NZ customs? and did you pay tax?

has anyone had problems with the touch screen not working or getting dust under their screen?

Thanks!

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  Reply # 295279 1-Feb-2010 22:33
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Kickass: Im looking at getting a nexus one....

Gonna buy it from google site....



I'm looking to buy one now as well,  parallelimported.co.nz have them in stock from Auckland so you may like to check that out as an option if you haven't already.  Not sure how much dearer they are than going via google but possibly close enough to be worth considering.  i believe others here have commented parallelimported are good to deal with but if I'm wrong I'm sure the community will let us know.  There are a few other NZ suppliers with them in stock as well as some Aussie sites.

I'm also still tempted by the SE X10.  Mind you, I need to pony up and buy a smartphone so I can stop spending so much time following them and start enjoying one :-)  Is the old issue of always waiting for the next best thing and ending up with nothing.

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