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Needed: separate sub-forums for Eclair and Froyo on the Ally
If we could reorganize the threads a bit, it would make it easier for those looking for version specific information. How to root the Ally for Eclair is totally meaningless to someone running FroYo and n00bs would find it much easier to navigate.
Just an idea... anyone else have a different take on it?
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Subforums won't happen. Sorry. It's been asked by others in other forums before and they all got the big thumb down. If you want to try anyways, the suggestion/feedback forum would be the way to go as the Admin is the one who has to approve it and it has to be able to benefit the ENTIRE forum and not just the Ally section (if that makes sense).
Better thread organization though I'm sure is able to happen (assuming I'm understanding your request correctly).
Does someone care to tackle this? I don't have an Ally so I have no idea of what is useful for Froyo and what is useful for Eclair.
How about compiling a list here and say, in a few days, death2all110 PM's me with what needs to be updated in the "stickies" and what does not.
Trident appears to be fairly active in this community and I'll forward this along to him.
Last edited by Kelmar; January 24th, 2011 at 07:00 PM.
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