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  1. Robchaos

    Robchaos Well-Known Member
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    Hi Everyone, I'm Rob.
    Soon to be HTC Hero owner. I currently have a 1st Gen instinct, and a Palm Centro, and while both have their good points, neither of them has been very satisfying overall. I am really looking forward to the Hero. Should be arriving in the mail early next week!:D I figured I'd check out the forums and see what kind of support is out there for these devices.
     

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    Welcome to the AF forums and enjoy your visits !! :cool:
     
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    Welcome to AF! :D

    In regards to Support , theirs PLENTY of help and information here at Androidforums.com!
     
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    Thanks. Good to see.
    I was an active member of a couple instinct forums for a while but they really died out once everyone figured out that the instinct was not the "Iphone Killer" it was designed to be. Sprint pushed it out the door with an incomplete UI and after 4 or 5 updates they still haven't got it right. I got fed up with that phone and switched to an older Palm Centro. That felt like a dinosaur compared to some of the slick features of the instinct, but at least palm has a tried and true OS with many apps available for free. The android phones look like they are going to be just what I want. Fully customizable and no slouch in the processor department.
     
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    Welcome to the forums! :)
     
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