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Old October 23rd, 2012, 10:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Going to be selling my Triumph soon...

I just got a Pantech burst and switched to Straight Talk. I will be selling my Triumph as soon as I get everything off of it and swap my micro xd cards around. I have the original box, some extra screen protectors, an extra brand new battery, a hard case (can't remember what brand) and the original charger and usb cable. It is rooted with MTDEV CM7 right now, but I could flash it back to stock. I'll get some pics and post it in the want ads later this week, but figure I would mention it here in this forum first. $125 obo shipping included. It works about as well as a Triumph has ever worked. It primarily lags on 3g, normally only getting between 64kbps and 480kbs in the Memphis area. However, when I was in Corpus Christi recently at the hospital for my mom, it was knocking down 800-1200. Go figure! The charging port works, the ear phone port works and the screen has no scratches...it still has the original extra thick screen protector on it. PM me if interested.

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Old October 24th, 2012, 01:16 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I just got a Pantech burst and switched to Straight Talk. I will be selling my Triumph as soon as I get everything off of it and swap my micro xd cards around. I have the original box, some extra screen protectors, an extra brand new battery, a hard case (can't remember what brand) and the original charger and usb cable. It is rooted with MTDEV CM7 right now, but I could flash it back to stock. I'll get some pics and post it in the want ads later this week, but figure I would mention it here in this forum first. $125 obo shipping included. It works about as well as a Triumph has ever worked. It primarily lags on 3g, normally only getting between 64kbps and 480kbs in the Memphis area. However, when I was in Corpus Christi recently at the hospital for my mom, it was knocking down 800-1200. Go figure! The charging port works, the ear phone port works and the screen has no scratches...it still has the original extra thick screen protector on it. PM me if interested.
Good luck with selling it! You'll probably want to go ahead & put the stock ROM back on tho- whoever buys it won't be able to activate it on CM7.
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Old October 28th, 2012, 12:47 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Good luck with selling it! You'll probably want to go ahead & put the stock ROM back on tho- whoever buys it won't be able to activate it on CM7.
Oh yeah...thanks for reminding me!
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