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  1. halon

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    All I can think of is the episode South Park did about zip lining. It was hilarious.
     

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    Dread, I have this one that I use at home :
    LG-Electronics-WCP-300-Wireless-Charging
    And this one I use in the car :
    CHOE UPGRADED Qi Wireless Charger Charging Pad

    They are both great, charge through the TPU case and very convenient!
     
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    All this camera talk made me want to share a pic from the G2 today. [​IMG]
     
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    Hey Halon, I had the same intermittent problem with my old 1999 Hyundai Sonata years ago only that car was worse. It would shut off in the middle of an intersection and refuse to start back up sometimes for 30 minutes or so and then just crank up as though nothing was wrong. The problem began to appear when the car was only about a year old. The man in the service department at the dealership said the sensor that was going bad was confusing the onboard computer so it was shutting the car down in order to be "safe". Once the problem was finally identified as a position sensor the dealership replaced the sensor and I never had another problem with the car. I had the car eleven years! My brother is driving it these days. Hopefully your problem will be quickly resolved and you will have many more years with your Escape too.
     
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    So what am I looking at? Is that a chop?
     
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    Stock Android on the G2.
     
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    I took quite a while off too, so you're not alone.
     
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    But what stock version? Still looks like a chop to me. Haven't kept up on XDA, does someone have an AOSP ROM for the G2 yet. Figured it would look more like a picture than a stock photo.

    I'm not surprisesd if 4.3 is out. Wouldn't expect 4.4 to take long either, since the G2 and Nexus 5 have almost identical internals.
     
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    Yeah, I'm sure it is shopped. He was just salivating over the possible look of it on the G2
     
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    Actually, neither yet. I received an email saying my card that I have saved to my prime account didn't go through. No idea why until I get home. Would you suggest bluetooth?
     
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    I like Bluetooth paired with Torque PRO, tons of info.
     
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    I'd go this route as well. Torque Pro is decent, and does a little more than standard code readers, like log some performance. A bluetoothe OBDII reader is also a bit cheaper than many standard display code readers.

    But on the other hand, I have HP Tuners, which is an entirely different level. Not only scan and log, but I can also change any parameter and do custom tunes. But I'm also a bit crazy like that.
     
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    Well, I suppose this afternoon BabyBlues will need a Jacuzzi bath, a one-hour massage and a world-class footrub. All that walking/running will take its toll on a person ya know, but I admire her tenacity in finishing it for the cause :)

    Good morning everyone!
     
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    And we all thank her for her determination to help find a cure. It's a BIG deal.
     
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    Waking up at 11, wow! I haven't done that in awhile, but I really needed it.
     
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    I love sleeping in! Unfortunately I have a large, 4 legged alarm clock that doesn't allow it very often. :)
     
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    I had one of those alarm clocks recently for 4 days. Too bad I was allergic to him.

    Last day we slept on the couch and he slowly made his way up from the other end and plopped his head right on my face. Little bugger LOL
     
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    Ain't that the truth. Exactly at 7 am (I don't know what HER alarm clock is) my alarm clock drops 80 pounds on my chest, looks at me with those eyes and starts whining. :D

    [​IMG]
     
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    Lol! Mine isn't allowed on the bed, but since I've just moved and don't have most of my stuff here yet, just having a mattress on the floor it's hard to keep her off it. But even under normal circumstances she's tall enough to nose me and then bark and if I still ignore her, she jumps her front paws up on me and gets in my face. :-D

    [​IMG]
     
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    Wow, thats a good plicture
     
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    Anyone in the NYC area? We need a volunteer to lush BB; rub her feet, prepare her a hot tub, pour her a nice drink.
     

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