We’re Closing a Few More Legacy Forums
Around the middle of last year, we realized that in order to best moderate the forums of newer devices, we had to close the forums for a handful of old, legacy devices. We now have a few more forums to add to that list. Just as before, while these forums will be closed for posting, they will still be completely accessible for your read-only viewing pleasure.
Like last time, our criteria for closing forums was post activity. More information on the specific criteria used can be found in our previous announcement. Hopefully by closing these legacy forums, we will allow the site’s moderation teams to focus on XDA’s more active forums, instead of having to worry about cleaning spam in old forums to which very few still contribute.
- Motorola Flipside
- Kyocera Zio M6000
- Notion Ink Adam
- Elocity A7
- Samsung Galaxy Spica i5700
- Samsung Focus 2
- Samsung Mesmerize
- Toshiba Thrive
- Acer F1
- Microsoft KI
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