Join us in a fun Sunday Debate on Cyanogen Inc. Come with your opinions and feel free to read some of our thoughts, then pick your side or play devil’s advocate to get your voice heard and engage in friendly discussion. You can read our food-for-thought or jump straight into the fray below! CyanogenMod is widely recognized across XDA for its solid performance, great feature set and far-reaching (and also long-lasting) support for all sorts of devices, from...
We’re Closing a Bunch of Legacy Forums on XDA
So that we can best moderate forums of newer devices, XDA is soon going to close (yes, close) a handful of old, legacy forums. This will happen on September 5, 2012. While these forums will be closed for posting, they will still be completely accessible in a read-only state.
Our criteria for closing forums was post activity: All of the forums in the below list have seen fewer than 8 posts in the past 30 days. And even with such a low level of post activity, these legacy forums attract a fair amount of spam. By closing them, we allow our moderators to focus on the many forums on XDA that are bustling with activity, instead of having to worry about cleaning spam in old forums to which very few still contribute.
- HTC Pharos: P3470
- HTC Rose: S740, S743
- HTC Sedna: P6500
- HTC Juno: Shadow
- HTC Alpine: PDA2, XDA IIi, 2020i
- HTC Herald: Wing, P4350
- HTC Whitestone: Imagio
- Palm Treo 750
- HTC Apache: XV6700, PPC-6700
- HTC Charmer: MDA Compact II
- HTC Himalaya & Andes: MDA II, XDA II, 2060
- Palm Treo Pro
- HTC Prophet: JAMin, XDA Neo, S200
- HTC Nike: Touch Dual, MDA Touch Plus
- HTC Wallaby: MDA, XDA, 1010
- LG Monaco: eXpo GW820
- HTC Atom: iPAQ rw6828, XDA Atom
- HTC Iolite: Touch Cruise 2
- HTC Maple: Dash 3G, Snap
- HTC Gene: P3400
- HTC Titan: Mogul, XV6800
- Acer A1: Liquid S100
- HTC Opal: Touch Viva, MDA Basic
- Other HTC manufactured phones
- HTC Jade: Touch 3G
- HTC Polaris: Touch Cruise
- Sony Ericsson XPERIA X2
- HTC Wizard
- HTC Artemis: P3300, MDA Compact III
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