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New Q&A Team Ready for Action
Many of you are familiar with the Q&A section under the General forums here at xda-developers. Due to recent changes in internal administration, the support had gone down a bit in that section and this resulted in less questions being answered. To solve this issue, XDA Senior Moderator timmymarsh, who is one of the original members of the Q&A team has decided to revisit the idea and recruited a few more members to revive the group.
The main sticky thread has posting instructions, rules, and to top things off, each group member has given a brief introduction and description of their knowledge and provided their contact information (private message).
Q&A Team Members
If you are new to xda-developers and simply want to ask questions regarding your device, just go there and open a thread with your question. There are no stupid questions, and no one will flame you for not knowing something. So, save yourself some headaches and head over there with your questions. You will not regret it.
Y0u can find the Q&A section by following this link.
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