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    Wow.....getting it running right seems pretty involved, but I like to tinker so it may be fun. The more I look into it, the more I think that the only way to go is to either pick up a Moto Milestone, or wait for the Sony Xperia X-1. Thank you very much for the dialogue y'all!

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    Just wanted to leave some positive feedback for bthompkins. A++++ Seller. All items came as described, maybe even better!! Thanks!

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    Looks like the backflip has been confirmed for att. Although I would like to see someone try a Rogers phone on it to see if they could get 3G. Should be able to.
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    Quote Originally Posted by btompkins0112 View Post
    Wow.....getting it running right seems pretty involved, but I like to tinker so it may be fun. The more I look into it, the more I think that the only way to go is to either pick up a Moto Milestone, or wait for the Sony Xperia X-1. Thank you very much for the dialogue y'all!
    It is fun to tinker with! Right now, my mt3g kinda looks Hero-ish. You can mix different parts of different themes (provided they're made for the same rom). And I have it overclocked, so it's speedy when the screen's on and slows down when the screen's off to save battery.

    I had a Behold 2 for about 2 weeks before getting the mt3g, and vanilla Android is so much easier to customize than a manufacturer's custom Android.

    It was a learning curve for customizing my phone (after I rooted it, I started freaking out bc it takes a while to boot up for the first time). Just remember to backup!
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