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Discussion in 'New Member Introductions & Site Assistance' started by gamedroid, May 3, 2011.

  1. gamedroid

    gamedroid New Member

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    Greetings everyone Im just looking to expand my knowledge on the world of the Droid. I'm a proud owner of a Samsung Captivate And recently added the Motorola xoom wifi to my arsenal of gadgets. I wish to learn without getting to over my head. I found this site in search of a way to tether the two without bricking them (Like how I bricked my PSP Doh!!). From lurking around it looks like I'm at the right place.
    Thanks in advance for your Knowledge
     
  2. klaudiadroid2

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    Welcome gamedroid :)


    sent from my HTC Thunderbolt !
     
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    I wish to learn without getting to over my head. I found this site in search of a way to tether the two without bricking them (Like how I bricked my PSP Doh!!).
     
  4. Hawaiian Princess

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    welcome to the forum. u may wanna head over to ATT Forum as majority here are Verizon phones. I have the Xoom so check us out over at XoomForums.com or Androidtablets.com

    sent from the Hawaiian D2G
     
  5. 252chevyboyz

    252chevyboyz Silver Member

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    Welcome to the community there Game. Glad to have you with us and feel free to ask any questions you may have. Dive on in and make yourself at home.