thanks guys!

Discussion in 'Droid Bionic Hacks' started by mrSeerious, Apr 24, 2013.

  1. mrSeerious

    mrSeerious New Member

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    Hey guys....long time reader first post ever.....matter of fact I joined this forum really just to make this post.....

    Thanks! I've got a rooted bionic running jb....after following your steps. ICS and voodoo root keeper from gingerbread days.

    Ive watched my friends run through iPhones razrs and samsungs......as I chill with bionic....hiccups aside its worth it to me to enjoy slight temporary discomfort for a long term satisfaction of having unlimited 4g data with jb on a solid device.

    Thanks y'all.....keep hackin
     
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    GoCliffGo05 Developer Relations Staff Member Premium Member

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    Welcome aboard, officially. :)

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    Welcome to DroidForums! Glad to hear the Bionic has been a good phone for you..
     
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    The Bionic was my first LTE phone. I still love that thing. In fact, it was what allowed me to learn about hacking, rooting, etc., without having to worry about hard bricking it. Having a locked boot-loader isn't all bad, especially if you happen to be learning.