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Discussion in 'Introductions' started by myjackson, Sep 22, 2011.

  1. myjackson

    myjackson Newbie
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    I'm sorry I posted in the wrong area.
     

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  2. El Presidente

    El Presidente Beware The Milky Pirate!
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    Welcome to AF anyway! :)
     
  3. myjackson

    myjackson Newbie
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    Thank you! I'm not good at this forum stuff. I usually don't have time for them, but this one has proved usedful. I was always the person that knew how to use any phone and most electronics.... until now :) I understand my phone mostly if stock. I actually just bought one from someone to replace mine that got water damage and it was rooted, which I barely know what that is. So posted in here to make sure I wasn't going to mess anything up. haha. I'm still probably going to go back to a stock one from someone else and sell this one.. just in case. :) I'm 25 and my phone makes me feel like one of those 90 year olds that doesn't know how to type on a computer (although my great grandma is on facebook :) ) Maybe this will help me get with the times.
     
  4. El Presidente

    El Presidente Beware The Milky Pirate!
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    If your great grandmother is on facebook, she's doing pretty well! :)

    I was in a similar position to yourself, I am the "go to guy" for any tech related queries my friends or family have (I've even been asked about kettles??) and I was slightly daunted when I got my first Android, but once you've played around for a bit, you realise how intuitive it is and that it's not actually that difficult, just different.

    Rather than sell the rooted handset, have a read about here, discover the advantages of root and see if you still want to revert back to stock. I believe rooting is worth it for the fact that I'm able to backup my handset entirely (game saves, app config etc) so if I need to get it replaced, I won't lose anything.

    Anyway, glad you've found us useful so far, if you've got any questions, feel free to ask. :)
     
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