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Old August 13th, 2012, 02:16 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Screen Cracked. Need New Phone.

Well fellow MoPho fans, I finally managed to shatter my screen. It's usable but there are cracks running like a spider web from the center all the way to the edge of the screen. I had to put plastic wrap on the screen as a cheap screen protector to make sure that the bits and pieces of the screen don't pop out and so I don't cut my fingers when using the phone.

So, I definitely need a new phone. I have a few items of concern:

1. My upgrade isn't until 9/1/2012. I wanted to wait until all of the LTE super smart phones were released by the end of the year before upgrading. I may have to keep this cracked phone until my upgrade date though.

2. I bought it at Best Buy. I purchased the insurance for 2 years so I could conceivably exchange the phone for a refurbished MoPho. But I don't know if I should do that since I would have upgraded within the next few months anyway.

3. I also bought into the Best Buy Buyback Program. So I could easily get my buyback money to put it toward the new phone. They did tell me that they'll buy the MoPho back in any condition.

4. Should I get the LTEvo? Are people that thrilled with their LTEvos? My coworker has a OneX on another carrier and he loves it. But I just don't know. I definitely won't buy the GSIII because it's a Samsung. I won't change my mind about that.

What do I do?

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My guess:

You LCD is not brocken, your digitizer is.

This is what you need to replace:
Motorola Photon 4G digitizer | eBay
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You LCD is not brocken, your digitizer is.

This is what you need to replace:
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I dropped the phone and the screen is shattered. Unfortunately that link isn't working for me. What is a digitizer?

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Well fellow MoPho fans, I finally managed to shatter my screen. It's usable but there are cracks running like a spider web from the center all the way to the edge of the screen. I had to put plastic wrap on the screen as a cheap screen protector to make sure that the bits and pieces of the screen don't pop out and so I don't cut my fingers when using the phone.

So, I definitely need a new phone. I have a few items of concern:

1. My upgrade isn't until 9/1/2012. I wanted to wait until all of the LTE super smart phones were released by the end of the year before upgrading. I may have to keep this cracked phone until my upgrade date though.

2. I bought it at Best Buy. I purchased the insurance for 2 years so I could conceivably exchange the phone for a refurbished MoPho. But I don't know if I should do that since I would have upgraded within the next few months anyway.

3. I also bought into the Best Buy Buyback Program. So I could easily get my buyback money to put it toward the new phone. They did tell me that they'll buy the MoPho back in any condition.

4. Should I get the LTEvo? Are people that thrilled with their LTEvos? My coworker has a OneX on another carrier and he loves it. But I just don't know. I definitely won't buy the GSIII because it's a Samsung. I won't change my mind about that.

What do I do?

Gah!!!
Get the refurbished MoPho! That's what the insurance is for, isn't it? Or does it not cover a cracked screen?

Get the LTEvo, if you don't want to do that or don't want to wait.
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Yeah, but... Well, it might be the right thing to do to get a new/refurbished MoPho if they have it. I'll have to go over to BB and weigh my options. I'll let y'all know what I decide. I hate to miss any awesome phone that might come out between now and the end of the year by using my upgrade now. I'm not even sure that Sprint would bump my upgrade up for me because it's not available until 9/1/2012. The thing is that I don't know if I want to go through the hassle of setting up a new (to me) MoPho only to have to turn around and set up a completely new phone in a few months.

Decisions... Decisions...
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Yeah, but... Well, it might be the right thing to do to get a new/refurbished MoPho if they have it. I'll have to go over to BB and weigh my options. I'll let y'all know what I decide. I hate to miss any awesome phone that might come out between now and the end of the year by using my upgrade now. I'm not even sure that Sprint would bump my upgrade up for me because it's not available until 9/1/2012. The thing is that I don't know if I want to go through the hassle of setting up a new (to me) MoPho only to have to turn around and set up a completely new phone in a few months.

Decisions... Decisions...
The whole point on getting a refurb, isn't necessarily for you to have to go through the entire setup process again. It's a tradable asset for when you decide to upgrade. You get money back for the refurb on a trade-in vs. not being able to get anything for a phone with a cracked screen.

I wouldn't even bother setting everything up as you had it before while you're waiting (if you think it'd take too much time). Just keep it as stock as possible and have it ready to hard-reset when you do choose the phone you want for upgrade.
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A refurbished phone is what BB will service the warranty/insurance with. You shouldn't have anything to worry about as for losing an upgrade by utilizing the insurance.
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Ugh, well that was frustrating. I spent 2.5 hours at BB. I got convinced that using the insurance was the way to go. Well, their system kept crashing. And I got the guy who has only been in the mobile department for one month. Some jerk put a Samsung Conquer replacement phone back in the cabinet that couldn't hold a charge. So he had my service transfered to it before realizing that the phone wouldn't hold a charge. Therefore he had to transfer the service to this LG Marquee. Then he insisted on transferring my contacts which took forever. Then he tried to check in my broken Photon. The system crashed as soon as he finished the process. So he had to do the process from the beginning all over again.

And it could take over a week to get the Photon back. Then the suggestion is to trade in the refurbished Photon for buyback credit on 8/31/2012 because if I wanted to wait until my rebate is up on 9/1/2012, then I lose 10% on the buyback. So, I'll go one night without a phone. A Friday night at that. Then I go to BB on 9/1/2012 I use my rebate to get an LTEvo. No Sprint won't advance my rebate even one day. Grrrr.
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i am telling you......

samsung seems to have fixed their poo poo...

this thing is the bomb
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Ugh, well that was frustrating. I spent 2.5 hours at BB. I got convinced that using the insurance was the way to go. Well, their system kept crashing. And I got the guy who has only been in the mobile department for one month. Some jerk put a Samsung Conquer replacement phone back in the cabinet that couldn't hold a charge. So he had my service transfered to it before realizing that the phone wouldn't hold a charge. Therefore he had to transfer the service to this LG Marquee. Then he insisted on transferring my contacts which took forever. Then he tried to check in my broken Photon. The system crashed as soon as he finished the process. So he had to do the process from the beginning all over again.

And it could take over a week to get the Photon back. Then the suggestion is to trade in the refurbished Photon for buyback credit on 8/31/2012 because if I wanted to wait until my rebate is up on 9/1/2012, then I lose 10% on the buyback. So, I'll go one night without a phone. A Friday night at that. Then I go to BB on 9/1/2012 I use my rebate to get an LTEvo. No Sprint won't advance my rebate even one day. Grrrr.
You don't necessarily need to trade it in once ur eligible. If the photon gets fixed, y would u rush to upgrade?
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Drex,

I found out that I'll loose $69 if I wait until on or after 9/1/2012 to exercise my option to trade in the phone through the Buyback Program. Up to 1 year is 40% of the original full purchase price and after 1 year I'm down to 30%. The $69 will go toward a damn Otterbox case. Those suckers are $49!!! But from what everyone is saying they protect the phone best.

And, I really like the LTEvo. I've been reading around that forum on here and it seems that people are really happy with their purchase. I know I could let go of the $69 and wait until the end of the year. I know the LG is going to be a quad core, etc. But I don't know... I had a Rumor 2 and I really liked it but it wasn't a smart phone.

The LG Marquee I have now isn't bad at all. Of course I've had it only 15 or so hours. But it is a lender phone at BB and it must have seen abuse. It's holding up nicely. So the build quality isn't bad on LG, it seems.

I guess I'm being cheap. Of course I could wait and see if the price drops on the LTEvo by the end of the year too. It might go down to Photon pricing ($99 when I picked it up) and if I still want it that would more than make up for the $69 decrease on the buyback.

@floorguy,

I know that everyone seems to be absolutely gaga over their Samsung phones these days. It seems like things have improved over at Samsung. And yet, I can't forget my horrible experience with the Epic 4G. I can't forgive Samsung that easily. And side by side after playing with both the GSIII and the LTEvo, I have to say that I much prefer the LTEvo. The build quality is better and I like the kickstand. And I think that the LTEvo has a better camera. Oh, and the LTEvo has better call quality.

That was my limited experience with both phones. A work buddy of mine got his GSIII and absolutely loves it. However within a week the screen cracked while in his pocket. He didn't drop the phone at all. He got an exchange and still loves the darn thing.

I'm very hard on my things. I think that that GSIII wouldn't stand a chance in my pocket. Heck, I just broke a Motorola HX550 headset in my pocket a couple of weeks ago.

Whatever I get next will have a case and it will have to be somewhat durable on its own to survive my clumsiness.
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I found out that I'll loose $69 if I wait until on or after 9/1/2012 to exercise my option to trade in the phone through the Buyback Program. Up to 1 year is 40% of the original full purchase price and after 1 year I'm down to 30%. The $69 will go toward a damn Otterbox case. Those suckers are $49!!! But from what everyone is saying they protect the phone best.

And, I really like the LTEvo. I've been reading around that forum on here and it seems that people are really happy with their purchase. I know I could let go of the $69 and wait until the end of the year. I know the LG is going to be a quad core, etc. But I don't know... I had a Rumor 2 and I really liked it but it wasn't a smart phone.

The LG Marquee I have now isn't bad at all. Of course I've had it only 15 or so hours. But it is a lender phone at BB and it must have seen abuse. It's holding up nicely. So the build quality isn't bad on LG, it seems.

I guess I'm being cheap. Of course I could wait and see if the price drops on the LTEvo by the end of the year too. It might go down to Photon pricing ($99 when I picked it up) and if I still want it that would more than make up for the $69 decrease on the buyback.
Did you not sign up for the Phone Freedom program at Best Buy when they had it at the beginning of the year? That would've given you an automatic $50 off for any phone you upgraded to (although, I'm not sure it counts if you buy a phone at full price).

Anyhow, if you're not going to wait until 9/1, then I'm assuming you're just going to buy the phone at full retail price, correct? You mentioned that you weren't upgrade eligible until then, so I'm a 'bit confused about your situation. The amount that you'd lose from waiting until 9/1 doesn't come anywhere near the amount you'd pay, full price, for the LTEvo.
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I know that everyone seems to be absolutely gaga over their Samsung phones these days. It seems like things have improved over at Samsung...
Pretty sure that the success of the SGS 2 and the Note forced Samsung to step up their game, at least in the support area.

One of the news articles here was talking about Jelly Bean update being pushed to the SGS 3 by the announcement of the Note 2 at the end of the month. Granted, it didn't specify if that was for the US providers also, but that is rather quick. The more "good" reports I read on Samsung, the more I soften my stance on them.
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Did you not sign up for the Phone Freedom program at Best Buy when they had it at the beginning of the year? That would've given you an automatic $50 off for any phone you upgraded to (although, I'm not sure it counts if you buy a phone at full price).

Anyhow, if you're not going to wait until 9/1, then I'm assuming you're just going to buy the phone at full retail price, correct? You mentioned that you weren't upgrade eligible until then, so I'm a 'bit confused about your situation. The amount that you'd lose from waiting until 9/1 doesn't come anywhere near the amount you'd pay, full price, for the LTEvo.
No, I'd go one night without a phone. Friday night. That would make this work. We checked it out in the store.
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No, I'd go one night without a phone. Friday night. That would make this work. We checked it out in the store.
Ohhhh...I see. But I thought they can't take a phone that is still connected to a plan? That's what a Geek Squad guy had told me before, but I guess he was mistaken and maybe the 1 day can be granted as an exception?

So, basically, you'd be doing it on 8/31 and then upgrading the next morning.

I guess you didn't sign up for phone freedom either, so that wouldn't help you, either. Personally, I'd just activate an old phone, in that case. I actually have a couple (non-smartphones) lying around for those types of situations.
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Ohhhh...I see. But I thought they can't take a phone that is still connected to a plan? That's what a Geek Squad guy had told me before, but I guess he was mistaken and maybe the 1 day can be granted as an exception?

So, basically, you'd be doing it on 8/31 and then upgrading the next morning.

I guess you didn't sign up for phone freedom either, so that wouldn't help you, either. Personally, I'd just activate an old phone, in that case. I actually have a couple (non-smartphones) lying around for those types of situations.
Yes, you got it. I do have my Rumor 2 still. I could activate it for just that night so long as they don't charge me to activate it in the mean time.

Well, from what I was told, they can take the phone even if it's connected to a plan. They told me that the phone and the plan are separate. I hope that's the case because if it isn't when they switch me back to my Photon from this Marquee my plan will reset and could be all messed up. As it is I had to reset my darn voicemail, yet again.

This would be so much more simple if Sprint would just allow me to upgrade one day early. But, I don't think it's possible from what they told me.
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Yes, you got it. I do have my Rumor 2 still. I could activate it for just that night so long as they don't charge me to activate it in the mean time.

Well, from what I was told, they can take the phone even if it's connected to a plan. They told me that the phone and the plan are separate. I hope that's the case because if it isn't when they switch me back to my Photon from this Marquee my plan will reset and could be all messed up. As it is I had to reset my darn voicemail, yet again.

This would be so much more simple if Sprint would just allow me to upgrade one day early. But, I don't think it's possible from what they told me.
To put your rumor 2 back on the line, shouldn't cost anything. I've done it before and they've never charged activation. Just call and tell them your photon isn't functioning right, so you want to use your rumor temporally until photon is fixed. If it were the case that sprint charged activation, you would be dinged for the replacement phone you're using cuz it had to be activated in order for the phone to work on your line.

It's different when they're trying to fix your phone vs. bringing it in for buy back.

Might have been mr. ed or someone else that mentioned sprint isn't allowing override for early upgrade anymore.
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Yeah, actually, I forgot about my credit union discount. With it I don't pay activation fees. :-)
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Yeah, actually, I forgot about my credit union discount. With it I don't pay activation fees. :-)
Nice. So there u go. Activate the rumor 2 for the one day, then get ur buy back on the mopho, go in the next morning to upgrade to the ltevo. Ur set.
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yes a case for the sg3 is a MUST.....

i need to track one down.....

it is slick...slippery....but feels nice in the hand....


now on to pissing at sprint for the pissy 3g speeds here...

.20 Mbs is stupid.....and i think i am now going to be a squeaky wheel and get the NV out here sooner rather then later if possible....

got them to do a ticket for the tower...

didnt fix a thing....and this way i can now do a screen shot of my pissy speeds
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Here's an update for anyone who is still haunting the Photon Forum...

I called Best Buy today since I still don't have any word that my phone is fixed. I was just told by Geek Squad that they will give me one of the two new Photons that they have in stock if the phone isn't back by tomorrow. So, I could have a brand new Photon by Friday, or my old one back with a fixed screen.

I'll let everyone know...

I'm still planning on picking up the HTC Evo 4G LTE on 9/1 still even if I get a new Photon. I just think it's time and I've already ordered a case and a screen protector for it from Amazon.
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Here's an update for anyone who is still haunting the Photon Forum...

I called Best Buy today since I still don't have any word that my phone is fixed. I was just told by Geek Squad that they will give me one of the two new Photons that they have in stock if the phone isn't back by tomorrow. So, I could have a brand new Photon by Friday, or my old one back with a fixed screen.

I'll let everyone know...

I'm still planning on picking up the HTC Evo 4G LTE on 9/1 still even if I get a new Photon. I just think it's time and I've already ordered a case and a screen protector for it from Amazon.

Definitely keep us posted. Some like myself will be haunting this forum for quite some time. :-D
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Here's an update for anyone who is still haunting the Photon Forum...

I called Best Buy today since I still don't have any word that my phone is fixed. I was just told by Geek Squad that they will give me one of the two new Photons that they have in stock if the phone isn't back by tomorrow. So, I could have a brand new Photon by Friday, or my old one back with a fixed screen.

I'll let everyone know...

I'm still planning on picking up the HTC Evo 4G LTE on 9/1 still even if I get a new Photon. I just think it's time and I've already ordered a case and a screen protector for it from Amazon.
Like Kolio said below, keep us posted. That'd be awesome if you get a new MoPho, although such a shame that a brand new mopho would be traded in with a buy back. If you were in L.A., I'd swap with you for sure!...hahahaha.

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Definitely keep us posted. Some like myself will be haunting this forum for quite some time. :-D
I'll be a diehard MoPho for a long time, or at least until my current MoPho completely crashes. I can't wait to have it as my dedicated music player / international phone because I'll be venturing into "root" world with it for sure.
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Like Kolio said below, keep us posted. That'd be awesome if you get a new MoPho, although such a shame that a brand new mopho would be traded in with a buy back. If you were in L.A., I'd swap with you for sure!...hahahaha.



I'll be a diehard MoPho for a long time, or at least until my current MoPho completely crashes. I can't wait to have it as my dedicated music player / international phone because I'll be venturing into "root" world with it for sure.

Yeppers, was looking forward to unlocking myself, but, after reading todays quote from MOTOROLA on their TWITTER account, doesn't look like legacy phones will be getting the official unlocking support. Perhaps there'll be enough clues/data from unlocking other newer models that'll lead to a method that doesn't break 4G.
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Root is where it's at. I keep toying with the idea and going whole hog with a flashed ROM, but for now simple root is good.

And yes, do keep us updated. The LTEvo is one of the phones I'm considering for my upgrade, so I'm keen on hearing how you like it.
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i know he doesnt like samsung.....

but this sg3 has been awesome.....

any questions, i can look into, then learn/answer them....lol
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i know he doesnt like samsung.....

but this sg3 has been awesome.....

any questions, i can look into, then learn/answer them....lol
How is the partition laid out? Similar to photon where apps moved to sd go to internal storage?
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oh that is the one bad thing.....

no app to sd for the samsung

something about how they figured it....

with that said i have 12 gb, for the phone...it is the 16 gb one
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oh that is the one bad thing.....

no app to sd for the samsung

something about how they figured it....

with that said i have 12 gb, for the phone...it is the 16 gb one
Thanks. No big deal it can't be moved to external, but the 12gb available is awesome.
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oh that is the one bad thing.....

no app to sd for the samsung
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Wait... so does that mean you can't load apps to the external SD card, or does that mean they've disabled that function entirely for even internal phone (faux SD) storage?
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i know he doesnt like samsung.....

but this sg3 has been awesome.....

any questions, i can look into, then learn/answer them....lol
Thanks floorguy, really.

I really, really, really, really, did I say really? don't like Samsung. I know this phone is great. They seem to be getting better and better. I still have a bad taste in my mouth from the Epic 4G that just won't go away.

It does remove objectivity. I'm OK with that. I think I'll be fine with the LTEvo. It seems like others like it just as much as the sg3.
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Wait... so does that mean you can't load apps to the external SD card, or does that mean they've disabled that function entirely for even internal phone (faux SD) storage?


I am thinking....as it was explained to me.....just SD card...because it reads it as a separate drive or something like that....

lemme find that link.....16gb or 32gb?


or this is how someone put it....


Android only suppots 1st external storage for movinv app to SD. On Galaxy S3, the SD card is configured as a 2nd external storage. This is configured by Samsung. Nothing developers can do about this. Please contact Samsung for details.
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Ah, ok, so similar to how the Photon works. You can move the app to the "SD card" storage area of the phone's internal memory, but not the external, removable SD card. That makes sense.
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So, here's an update.

Best Buy had my phone yesterday. It's a refurbished Photon. It's not the same one that I had.

Wow! I forgot how much I love my Photon. It really does make me appreciate the Photon even more after having an LG Marquee for a week and a half.

I'm holding onto this Photon until 8/31/2012 when I will trade it in for the Buy Back to get my 40% back and the year of Geek Squad left on it. Then I'll activate my Rumor 2. On 9/1/2012 I will upgrade to the HTC Evo 4G LTE. If my calculations are correct, I should have to pay nothing to get the upgrade and buy the Geek Squad protection for 2-years. I will forgo the Buy Back Program on the LTEvo since I won't be able to upgrade for 18 months now, I think. The ROI just doesn't seem to pan out. I could conceivably get more for a straight up trade-in when I'm ready to upgrade (or even sell it on ebay).

Amazon just said that my order for the Otterbox Commuter Case for the LTEvo, the Steinheil Oleophobic Screen Protector for the LTEvo, and my cheap Plantronics bluetooth headset is on its way! I should get it by 8/27/2012. So, I'll have protection and bluetooth ready for my new phone from the very start.
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Amazon just said that my order for the Otterbox Commuter Case for the LTEvo, the Steinheil Oleophobic Screen Protector for the LTEvo, and my cheap Plantronics bluetooth headset is on its way! I should get it by 8/27/2012. So, I'll have protection and bluetooth ready for my new phone from the very start.
Not to stray too far off topic, but, which Plantronics BT did you get?

A friend of mine has the PLANTRONICS M50 & while relatively inexpensive, she swears by the sound/call quality & long battery life.
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Not to stray too far off topic, but, which Plantronics BT did you get?

A friend of mine has the PLANTRONICS M50 & while relatively inexpensive, she swears by the sound/call quality & long battery life.
Yes, I got the Plantronics M50. I hope it's a bit durable.
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OK, folks. I guess I should say, "So long and thanks for all the fish."

Lol, seriously folks, it's been a great ride with all of you. I loved this phone. I just did my buyback at Best Buy. My Photon is in their hands now. I have enough cash for my upgrade to the HTC Evo 4G LTE and to buy the two years of Geek Squad Protection from that transaction.

So now I'm writing this on my old Epic 4G and I'm reminded how much I hate it. Well, I only have to put up with it for one night, thank God! This thing is running Froyo, lol...

Well, it's been real. I'll definitely see you guys in other forums around here, I'm sure.

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original is nothing compared to the 3...or even the 2 as my wife now has that after dropping her phone (OG EVO) in "water"

i think the updates has fixed stuff....

this 3 is snappy....and i notice it more when i am removing things on my old one...now my daughters
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OK, folks. I guess I should say, "So long and thanks for all the fish."

Lol, seriously folks, it's been a great ride with all of you. I loved this phone. I just did my buyback at Best Buy. My Photon is in their hands now. I have enough cash for my upgrade to the HTC Evo 4G LTE and to buy the two years of Geek Squad Protection from that transaction.

So now I'm writing this on my old Epic 4G and I'm reminded how much I hate it. Well, I only have to put up with it for one night, thank God! This thing is running Froyo, lol...

Well, it's been real. I'll definitely see you guys in other forums around here, I'm sure.

Cheers!
I'm sure we'll all still be around and in touch. At least most of the sprint loyalists are usually around and active, from the original batch of evo/epic owners.
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Yes, so far this phone is great. I don't have much time but I do have to say that the screen is awesome and I'll have to get used to Sense but so far I like it.
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Well, you don't actually have to get used to Sense, if you don't like it.
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What damewolf13 said below. Ics launchers that peeps seem to favor, apex or nova.




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HOLO LAUNCHER (&/or HOLO LAUNCHER HD for ANDROID 4.0 +) would be another great option,very similar to both APEX & NOVA. Currently running HOLO on my MO'PHO & XYBOARD.

LAUNCHER PRO PLUS was my long-time favorite until HOLO LAUNCHER came along. I'm always trying out different launchers, but, always find my way back to HOLO.
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Happy LTEvo owner. When do I get to play music with everyone?

I dig the new siggie,SIMCHA!
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Ok, a I'm still very happy with this phone. It screams. If only Sprint's network didn't cripple this phone, it would fly. The screen is so beautiful. Swype works even better than it did on the Photon.The battery life is even better than the Photon, dare I say...

Sense is easy to use and it has so many logical aspects that it makes customization easy. The Otterbox Commuter case is the prefect size and it feels like my phone is completely protected. Also the Steinheil Oleophobic screen protector is clear and as smooth as glass. SPIGEN even sent me the proper updated ones with the notch cut out for the proximity sensor even though it was easy enough to cut a notch in the non-updated one.

Yes, I'm still happy.
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