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far911
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Re: great new phone, too bad it's hard to fix
far911   8/27/2014 11:26:24 PM
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I doubt that these top companies are getting the job done on adhoc basis.

Mydesign
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Re: great new phone, too bad it's hard to fix
Mydesign   8/27/2014 11:22:54 PM
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"Mate ROI is important for business, but to my belief these must have hired permanent software developer and they have to be competent enough to fulfill company s requirement"

Far911, adding more permanent employees are again adding extra expenses.

far911
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Re: great new phone, too bad it's hard to fix
far911   8/25/2014 1:58:57 AM
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Mate ROI is important for business, but to my belief these must have hired permanent software developer and they have to be competent enough to fulfill company s requirement

Mydesign
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Re: great new phone, too bad it's hard to fix
Mydesign   8/25/2014 12:08:48 AM
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"I don't think so. Although it is difficult but not impossible. All they have 2 do is to hire top software professionals which can upgrade the version every day"

Far911, nothing is impossible but when it comes to business ROI is important

far911
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Re: great new phone, too bad it's hard to fix
far911   8/20/2014 3:27:33 AM
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I don't think so. Although it is difficult but not impossible. All they have 2 do is to hire top software professionals which can upgrade the version every day.

Mydesign
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Re: great new phone, too bad it's hard to fix
Mydesign   8/20/2014 3:23:18 AM
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"In this context I say the software manufacturer should prepare softwares which are not easy 2 break."

Far911, difficult situation.

far911
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Re: great new phone, too bad it's hard to fix
far911   8/13/2014 12:35:08 AM
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In this context I say the software manufacturer should prepare softwares which are not easy 2 break.

Mydesign
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Re: great new phone, too bad it's hard to fix
Mydesign   8/13/2014 12:20:50 AM
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"This unlocking will lead 2 loss to the mobile companies. As they give phones on a package and outsider usually carry them to other countries n get them unlocked n sell them n claim theft insurance."

Far911, some peoples may get misuse, its common everywhere and helpless situations.

far911
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Re: great new phone, too bad it's hard to fix
far911   8/11/2014 6:30:59 AM
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This unlocking will lead 2 loss to the mobile companies. As they give phones on a package and outsider usually carry them to other countries n get them unlocked n sell them n claim theft insurance.

Mydesign
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Re: great new phone, too bad it's hard to fix
Mydesign   8/11/2014 3:06:07 AM
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"Ya this true here in our country even lots of phones from different networks n countries are unlocked and being used easily. so I m sure this one will also.

Far911, thanks for the clarification. Now a day's unlocking the phone is so common with service provider contract mobiles.

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