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Android would suck so much on Nokia hardware turning their brand into another blind spec race rather than focusing on a smooth consistent experience that fits its character

Basically this
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yeah, if it was totally dead before it went into the lake, then totatlly dried before being charged back up, it should be totally doable. if non of the contacts get corroded it should work technically.
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the only reason that i like android is for DJMAX Ray, Tapsonic, and TuneIn Radio. If i could get all those on a windows phone then I wouldnt hesitate to switch. If there was a hack to change a phone's OS then the lumia would probably do soo much better
 
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my old nokia 920 went throught a snow blower by accident, still works not kidding

What else are we going to do with a Nokia? rolleyes.gif
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