Ask Rooting, Porting, and Development Questions to Your Heart’s Delight
Yesterday, we told you just how much we appreciate when experienced developers help out the new blood here at XDA. However, it seems as if XDA Recognized Developer samuel2706 isn’t content with simply authoring a porting guide.
Now, he’s launched an all-out help thread for any and all of your rooting, porting, and development questions. In the words of the developer:
If you have any other problems or need help or even want to learn about Android and become a developer then just post in the thread, I’ll get back to you. ALL OF YOU.
So don’t worry if I don’t get back within the first hour or so, I’ll help you don’t worry.
I’m not doing this for my own benefit, I’m doing it for yours, I’m patient and I understand how daunting places like this must be, I felt the same way when I first joined, I was scared about rooting my phone and still get a bit scared when it doesn’t boot straight away but once you know the basics things just flow to you
I want to help you, help yourselves. so drop by with any questions about android, I’m going to be there from the moment this is posted.
Continue on to the support thread to ask your troubles away! To samuel2706, rock on! Keep up your excellent work by fostering a new generation of XDA’s developers.
[Thanks again, M_T_M, for the tip!]
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