admin · Jul 24, 2011 at 07:44 pm

Where Did My Forum Go?

In an effort to keep the forum index as lean and quick as possible (don’t forget that you can always use the Compact forum index for maximum speed), we’ve moved a handful of the quieter and older device forums to the Legacy & Low Activity forum index.

The following forum was moved back to the main forum index:

  • Samsung Galaxy Ace
  • The following forums were moved to Legacy & Low Activity:

  • HTC Sapphire
  • HTC HD Mini
  • Sony Ericsson Xperia X2
  • Motorola Bravo
  • Motorola Flipside
  • Motorola Flipout
  • HTC Surround
  • HTC Trophy
  • LG Quantum
  • Samsung Continuum
  • Notion Ink Adam
  • Samsung Intercept
  • Elocity A7
  • Dell Venue
  • As always, you can access the above forums through the Legacy & Low Activity index, or just by adding a new bookmark.


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