Captainkrtek · Oct 27, 2010 at 03:00 am

Support Breast Cancer Awareness with Android

In the spirit of Breast Cancer awareness month, although not affiliated with XDA we thought this event going on would showcase the spirit of developers and users coming together for a cause. The guys and gals over at Androidswag.com in partnership with CyanogenMod developer and XDA member Kmobs are auctioning a whole bundle of amazing gear all going to the Susan G. Komen foundation. The beanie looks pretty warm and fuzzy and the auction is currently going at $1,000. We encourage you to check it out. Although you don’t have to bid, its for a good cause, and you get a cool pink android beanie plus tons of other gift cards and gear being thrown in by members and developers.

Go check it out and support the cause! Check out the post on this.


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Emil Kako · Jan 31, 2015 at 02:59 pm · 2 comments

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