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Me too! When I got my current one about 2 years ago, it was the last one in the store. The sales guy kept trying to dissuade me for some reason.
Sure, there's hardly any apps for it, but it fits the way I use my phone...mostly as a phone.
One of the only apps I really used was the one from my bank that let me do the mobile deposits...until they decided not to support WP last year.
BTW, I'm wondering if other WP (or other phones for that matter) exhibit the same annoying behavior as mine. If I'm on a call and another call comes in, I can't hang up the second call without also hanging up on the first call. (fun when the interrupter is a sales/robo call!..mostly spoofed with a local number)
As a guy who held on to WP for a long time and 2 models, I can't tell you how happy I was to find that it's not a downgrade by any means (especially if it's an Android). iOS probably may not be as smooth a transition.
I'm struggling to imagine what that leads to when the hyperbole wrapper is taken off and replaced by skin-flaps from the backsides of early adopters.
Implications for PWA's ? cross=platform syzygy ?
Does it ever grow up, and get 64 bits ?
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My son-in-law has some sort of psychic aura, I think. My daughter says she was having trouble with her printer and called for him to look at it. He stood in the doorway looking and the printer started printing. I dismissed that , but I was havving trouble with a software defined radio the computer wasn't recognizing, he came over yesterday and as soon as he walked in my office the wsoftware started working flawlessly.
I assume he scares the hell out of anything electronics related.
He's a great son-in-law, He's now the family IT help desk instead of me, so I'm happy!
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