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Old January 25th, 2013, 10:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Is the Rezound community still alive here? Seems as if this forum isn't as popular as it was before. I'm hoping we can have more Rezound talk!

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Old January 27th, 2013, 10:57 AM   #2 (permalink)
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The Rezound community is still alive here, although often there isn't much to talk about anymore... we got ICS, it is fairly stable, most of the problems with the phone have been discovered and discussed, etc.

If you are looking for a more active discussion on the Rezound, I would suggest Android Central or Droid Forums, they are definitely more active.
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Old January 27th, 2013, 11:33 PM   #3 (permalink)
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The Rezound community is still alive here, although often there isn't much to talk about anymore... we got ICS, it is fairly stable, most of the problems with the phone have been discovered and discussed, etc.

If you are looking for a more active discussion on the Rezound, I would suggest Android Central or Droid Forums, they are definitely more active.
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The Rezound community is still alive here, although often there isn't much to talk about anymore... we got ICS, it is fairly stable, most of the problems with the phone have been discovered and discussed, etc.

If you are looking for a more active discussion on the Rezound, I would suggest Android Central or Droid Forums, they are definitely more active.
Yeah, not so much. I was just thinking the same thing as the OP, there is just nothing going on with the Rezound. Most posts at AC and DF are 3 to 5 days old. This morning there were two new posts today, one at each. I guess things really are grinding to a halt. Surprisingly the GNex is still doing business at AC and AF, but isn't doing anything at DF? I still have several months left before an upgrade, and it just seems like all of the enthusiasm for this device has waned.

To the point I'm posting on a thread about there not being any new threads or posts. LOL
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Yeah, not so much. I was just thinking the same thing as the OP, there is just nothing going on with the Rezound. Most posts at AC and DF are 3 to 5 days old. This morning there were two new posts today, one at each. I guess things really are grinding to a halt. Surprisingly the GNex is still doing business at AC and AF, but isn't doing anything at DF? I still have several months left before an upgrade, and it just seems like all of the enthusiasm for this device has waned.

To the point I'm posting on a thread about there not being any new threads or posts. LOL
It's a shame, but with 2 HTC releases since this phone, plus the M7 coming up, a lot of people have probably upgraded and moved on. A lot of techies have a hard time staying put for more than a year. I know I have the urge to upgrade, but Verizon doesn't off anything as a reasonable upgrade to my gnex.
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I just bought a Rezound or better yet adopted it. We bought it for my son as a gift. We thought he would like the idea of the Beats headphones and what seems a cool phone. I am an advocate of Android so I was a little biased. You guessed it.. he wanted the fruity phone. We bought him an IPhone and I kept the Rezound. So far so good. Decent Battery life, pretty fast. I use a Nexus 7 tablet for any overlap anyway so that was part of my decision to keep the phone and not do a major /money upgrade. I want a Nexus 4 but Verizon.... For 50 bucks I think the Rezound was a steal. The Beats are what they are ..overpriced and underwhelming. I consider them pretty much a freebie when looking at the whole ball of wax.
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