orb3000 · Oct 12, 2012 at 09:00 pm

Help Us Create a Device Museum at the Big Android BBQ

Are you attending to the Big Android BBQ this year? If you are, be sure to check out our device museum exhibit. We are aiming for 50 representative devices to be a part of the exhibit.

If you have extra devices simply gathering dust, what better way is there to put them to use than to let your fellow Android enthusiasts ogle them? If you wish to temporarily part ways with your device and have it be a part of the exhibit, please let us know. For those interested, please keep the following in mind:

  • Devices will be safe from touching at all times.
  • Devices loaned for the exhibition will be kept in a secure location at all times.
  • No need for chargers. Just bring your devices fully charged.

If you wish to be involved, please contact me, XDA Forum Moderator orb3000, and we’ll provide you with further details.


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