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  1. Capricornius71's Avatar
    My wife will not give up her Lumia Icon i looks brand new because since day one she has had it in her otter box
    My son loves his Alcatel idol 4s and his is a dumb millennial
    And i love my unfortunately single crack on screen Elite X3
    12-02-2017 08:56 PM
  2. PeterFnet's Avatar
    I used to be a lover. Been with out since Windows Mobile 6.0. Even with the lack of market share this a lower amount of apps, I disliked Apple and Google enough to stay, especially after that BS when Google pulled Microsoft's YouTube API key after Microsoft released it to the app store. But now, it seems that I am more interested in their platform than they are. I'm out. I'm buying an Android phone.
    12-02-2017 09:24 PM
  3. Lamicrosz's Avatar
    I'm still using Lumia 830 but with the iPhone SE on the other hand and I'm still sad about the fate of Windows Phone/Windows 10 Mobile :\
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    12-02-2017 09:30 PM
  4. naddy6969's Avatar
    No, I was never “addicted” to Windows phones. They were interesting 3 years ago, but they are just a bad memory now. Sold them all on ebay, except for 1 Lumia 1520.

    I have moved on. 2 iPhones and 3 iPads now. The 1520 is used - when it is used at all - as a big mp3 player. At least there is an app for that.
    12-02-2017 09:42 PM
  5. Akhol jacob's Avatar
    I'm AJ I've started using a windows mobile as Nokia Lumia 610 as windows 7 device and after that Microsoft Lumia 640 xl. In between Samsung Galaxy grand max and then iPhone se. But I didn't get any interest on those. And now I started using 640 xl again im using it till now. I've thought to buy 950 xl but I've heard that Microsoft is thinking about full windows 10 on ARM devices so I may buy next device with ARM processor. Until then 640 xl my life. 😏😏😏😏 🤐
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    12-02-2017 10:10 PM
  6. LeslieL's Avatar
    Yes, since it came out as Windows Phone 7. I used a standard cell phone for years and wanted some sort of electronic Day Runner or organizer. I couldn't see using the paper systems they had because they were just not quite right. I got the Palm pilot as a gift and went nuts with it. However I still had to triplicate contact info. Microsoft had started to centralize their address information in Outlook and move away from their address book.I had everything in SBCGlobal and Outlook worked with it. I was able to initially load everything over.
    Then Windows Phone 7 came out. I revived my old hotmail account and ported everything over and proceeded to be amazed. Finally everything in one place everywhere.
    I've had to help friends and neighbors on other phones mange their information between phone changes. They never had their contacts centralized.
    I also realized when I first saw Windows Phone 7, it would end up becoming their next major OS update. With the 950 I was floored by the Continuum.
    I never really realized that there was a shortage of apps. for the phone.
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    12-02-2017 10:25 PM
  7. aravind787's Avatar
    Nate W, I see a lot of hard core windows phone fans and user come out say things like the they want to move on because there is no future or technical users like you who gotten used to tinkering around, but I have never seen an iPhone user come out and say that they are addicted to it. It's quite surprising, because that's the ecosystem which has the highest number of blind followers and with clinical stages of addiction.
    Me being a UI guy have never been more attracted to any other mobile OS like have been to Windows!
    I have owned Lumia 520,720,820,920,950 and have loved everybit of these phones.
    I have seen more quirks on other device than on windows, but even the people at windows phone central critise such things on Windows. I feel it's this criticism that has made the ecosystem take a step back. You don't see iPhone users saying they would like T9 dialing on an iPhone ? All I would like to say is that I wouldn't call your "situation" here an addiction! I have seen people with addictions close to clinical stages with other devices like an iPhone.
    12-02-2017 10:37 PM
  8. RicaChero's Avatar
    I am addicted...and SOLD on Windows 10 Mobile continuum. It has really changed my life.
    12-02-2017 11:04 PM
  9. markeboyle's Avatar
    still on 950xl but feel Microsoft abandoning it's own apps on the platform. Continuum is a daily way of life for me but starting to feel on an island without apps.
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    12-02-2017 11:41 PM
  10. randyoaks187's Avatar
    I too am a Windows 10 Mobile addict, but mainly because I feel like the alternatives from Apple and Google are just so poor compared to what Microsoft did with W10M. I am so sad that Microsoft abandoned their platform, because I hate to see good tech go to waste. The people at Microsoft invested a lot of time in making a superior OS, and its a shame that no one will write apps for it so it died. Dan talked about this in his latest "Ask Dan" where he discussed the rollout of Sets, and how even though Sets might be an amazing feature, if people don't use it, then Microsoft will stop the development on it. I get that W10M was probably "beyond saving" at this point and so it made sense for them to end development, but I hope they don't adopt this mentality across the board. I'm not sure what the answer is for getting people to embrace their new features, but I hope people do, because most of what they are doing is truly amazing.

    This is Nate W here. I have been around the forums on Windows Central since early 2015, but I have been using the Windows platform since the 90's. Been using Windows Mobile type devices since about 2005/2006 to current. I skipped over Windows CE, Windows Mobile 6 and Windows Phone 7. Later came in on VZ using the Ativ SE/ICON and was hooked ever since.

    I wanted to open a thread up to share from my self what I feel is a realization of sorts about the world I live in and you as well maybe. I also am starting this thread to share about my experience in dealing with my obsession (OCD tendencies if you will) with Windows 10 mobile and mobile devices in general. I started off here in the forums pretty much so I felt it right to share some of this from me personally.

    To me what is mainly a tool/responsibility/privelage has easily become a something that consumes me for about 75% of my day. My Elite X3 (Current active device) to me is not spectacular, it is not some diamond coated odyssey that I need to cherish...it in itself is just another device running W10M that I found myself having to get and own. This among many other devices that I have easily acquired all in
    all while spending lots of money over time to do so.

    So, it is easy for me to say my name is Nate W and I am a Windows 10 Mobile addict. Even though this is true, I am realizing that I am not proud of it...anymore. I started off wanting to develop a couple of apps. I have coding experience using VB scripts and Sharepoint services, and I do scripting all the time (Linuix/UNIX based) for work, so I figured I would get to know the platform of Windows Phone/W10M, and do myself and others a favor by trying to add back to the platform by developing. Later I found that I had more of a nack for unlocking the device and enabling features or tweaks on the devices then actually building from scratch an app. This later turned into hours and hours of digging through directory trees and registry settings of different phones, also reading Microsoft hardware dev site content all trying to figure out how all the pieces of the hw and sw work together. To me all this was harmless. Until I realized how much time was being passed by sitting in front of my phone or PC. I had to experience so many different devices and OS configurations over an over again. Lately it was getting crazy and one too many days have gone by "bangin my head against the keyboard" and I am one who should know better by now.

    So, now that the "OCD" insights are out of the way, I want to share this last bit. I have learned that I am easily attracted to hardware. Maybe you are too?! The most important thing I have learned is that I am easily sucked into the unknowns of my own questions, interests, and curiosities, after I have that piece of HW/Tech in my possesion. Sounds stupid doesn't it, but I now know that I need to opress myself from certain things. I have chose to let go of owning all these handsets. This is going to be hard for me to do, and that too sounds dumb, I know. But those of you who have been there, or are in it with me, you know what this means...

    I was at a Target store last night as I was passing across town back home, and decided to go in, looking for sim starter kit for VZW...while inside I needed to buy milk. I found my way to the grocery section, but was confused at all the Boxes of large screen TVs every where in the isles...it then hit me. Is this what we/the public are resorting to nowadays. In the US, Thanksgiving the holidays, they are not what they should be, especially if you have hoards of boxes in the food isles at a Tartget. It is reality though, but I myself need to start sailing the other direction. Thanks for reading this with me folks and I hope you can see the same. Technology today is a privelage and a tool. But it is our responsiblity to use it wisely.

    This is going to be a New Year resolution. I am going to sell my remaining GSM devices, I chose to keep active on VZ which in itself limits my me on W10M devices that I can use, and I am going to support the W10M platform by using my Elite X3.
    Will then let go of the remaining Windows phones I have. I tried this once already and failed at it. So, what better way to hold myself double accountable than to post it here on the forums. I will share in a thread edit the Windows 10 mobile devices I have/own and update this post as they leave my possesion. I might even try to get rid of some of them on this site on the market place...

    Currently in my possession:
    --950 XL Dual Sim - posted ad locally and now on hold
    --1520 AT&T - posted ad locally
    --Lumia 640 XL LTE AT&T - FRP locked but currently bypassed, I may post on the market place here along with a prototype 640 XL for parts.
    --HP Elite X3 GSM Dual SIM - posted ad locally and on hold
    --IDOL 4s T-Mobile - will post in the market place after attempting to sim unlock it.
    --Madosma Q601 - bad LCD will post on Ebay for parts

    No longer in my possession:
    --HP Elite X3 GSM Dual SIM - gone
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    12-03-2017 02:25 AM
  11. randyoaks187's Avatar
    Used Continuum for the first time today on my new Dell 38" monitor. The monitor has USB-C built in and a built in KVM, so no continuum dock needed! It worked AWESOME! I still think this should be the future of computing, particularly on college campuses. Imagine if every dorm room and every spot in the library had a monitor, keyboard and mouse (and continuum dock). Students could just go plug their phone in anywhere and get work done with out even having to lug around a less portable laptop. I really wished Microsoft had taken a pile of money and gone and say outfitted the UW campus in this fashion and equipped every student with a Lumia 950. That would have been a phenomenal experiment to prove the power and usefulness of continuum.

    still on 950xl but feel Microsoft abandoning it's own apps on the platform. Continuum is a daily way of life for me but starting to feel on an island without apps.
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    12-03-2017 02:32 AM
  12. Hoangboy's Avatar
    This is Nate W here. I have been around the forums on Windows Central since early 2015, but I have been using the Windows platform since the 90's. Been using Windows Mobile type devices since about 2005/2006 to current. I skipped over Windows CE, Windows Mobile 6 and Windows Phone 7. Later came in on VZ using the Ativ SE/ICON and was hooked ever since.

    I wanted to open a thread up to share from my self what I feel is a realization of sorts about the world I live in and you as well maybe. I also am starting this thread to share about my experience in dealing with my obsession (OCD tendencies if you will) with Windows 10 mobile and mobile devices in general. I started off here in the forums pretty much so I felt it right to share some of this from me personally.

    To me what is mainly a tool/responsibility/privelage has easily become a something that consumes me for about 75% of my day. My Elite X3 (Current active device) to me is not spectacular, it is not some diamond coated odyssey that I need to cherish...it in itself is just another device running W10M that I found myself having to get and own. This among many other devices that I have easily acquired all in
    all while spending lots of money over time to do so.

    So, it is easy for me to say my name is Nate W and I am a Windows 10 Mobile addict. Even though this is true, I am realizing that I am not proud of it...anymore. I started off wanting to develop a couple of apps. I have coding experience using VB scripts and Sharepoint services, and I do scripting all the time (Linuix/UNIX based) for work, so I figured I would get to know the platform of Windows Phone/W10M, and do myself and others a favor by trying to add back to the platform by developing. Later I found that I had more of a nack for unlocking the device and enabling features or tweaks on the devices then actually building from scratch an app. This later turned into hours and hours of digging through directory trees and registry settings of different phones, also reading Microsoft hardware dev site content all trying to figure out how all the pieces of the hw and sw work together. To me all this was harmless. Until I realized how much time was being passed by sitting in front of my phone or PC. I had to experience so many different devices and OS configurations over an over again. Lately it was getting crazy and one too many days have gone by "bangin my head against the keyboard" and I am one who should know better by now.

    So, now that the "OCD" insights are out of the way, I want to share this last bit. I have learned that I am easily attracted to hardware. Maybe you are too?! The most important thing I have learned is that I am easily sucked into the unknowns of my own questions, interests, and curiosities, after I have that piece of HW/Tech in my possesion. Sounds stupid doesn't it, but I now know that I need to opress myself from certain things. I have chose to let go of owning all these handsets. This is going to be hard for me to do, and that too sounds dumb, I know. But those of you who have been there, or are in it with me, you know what this means...

    I was at a Target store last night as I was passing across town back home, and decided to go in, looking for sim starter kit for VZW...while inside I needed to buy milk. I found my way to the grocery section, but was confused at all the Boxes of large screen TVs every where in the isles...it then hit me. Is this what we/the public are resorting to nowadays. In the US, Thanksgiving the holidays, they are not what they should be, especially if you have hoards of boxes in the food isles at a Tartget. It is reality though, but I myself need to start sailing the other direction. Thanks for reading this with me folks and I hope you can see the same. Technology today is a privelage and a tool. But it is our responsiblity to use it wisely.

    This is going to be a New Year resolution. I am going to sell my remaining GSM devices, I chose to keep active on VZ which in itself limits my me on W10M devices that I can use, and I am going to support the W10M platform by using my Elite X3.
    Will then let go of the remaining Windows phones I have. I tried this once already and failed at it. So, what better way to hold myself double accountable than to post it here on the forums. I will share in a thread edit the Windows 10 mobile devices I have/own and update this post as they leave my possesion. I might even try to get rid of some of them on this site on the market place...

    Currently in my possession:
    --950 XL Dual Sim - posted ad locally and now on hold
    --1520 AT&T - posted ad locally
    --Lumia 640 XL LTE AT&T - FRP locked but currently bypassed, I may post on the market place here along with a prototype 640 XL for parts.
    --HP Elite X3 GSM Dual SIM - posted ad locally and on hold
    --IDOL 4s T-Mobile - will post in the market place after attempting to sim unlock it.
    --Madosma Q601 - bad LCD will post on Ebay for parts

    No longer in my possession:
    --HP Elite X3 GSM Dual SIM - gone
    Yes i am even i dont have any device with me now
    12-03-2017 04:48 AM
  13. DCW1000's Avatar
    Wouldn't call myself an addict, but I am completely comfortable with the OS and prefer it to the latest versions of Android and iOS. Yes, I have one each of those phones, too; I have never found them to be less than adequate and would use either one in a pinch. I was away from Windows for a couple of years after the Win Phone 7 experience, which made me feel penalized for being an early adopter, but came back when the 930 became available in the US in an international version. With the introduction of the 950 phones I moved up to an XL, and then a year later to the HP x3. The x3 is still my main phone and barring problems probably will be for some time to come.
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    12-03-2017 04:57 AM
  14. fat8893's Avatar
    Former Android user here since July 2016.

    Since I had abandoned the Android ship and moved to Windows Phone / Windows 10 Mobile (W10M), I am really amazed on how W10M performs in contrast to my previous Android device. Oh sure someone would start talking about app gap, but I never feel that since I'm not a fan of trending apps and MS Store got all the essential daily driving apps that I need.

    ###
    PS: I do had bought an iPhone a few months since and really intended on using it as my secondary backup device to my current Lumia 830. But since my iCloud lock issue never settled to this day, I'll just stick to my Lumia.
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    12-03-2017 05:56 AM
  15. TgeekB's Avatar
    but I have never seen an iPhone user come out and say that they are addicted to it. It's quite surprising, because that's the ecosystem which has the highest number of blind followers and with clinical stages of addiction.
    Interesting. Do you have data to back this up or is it just an emotional response?

    I think it’s great that there are people who are still “addicted” to Windows Mobile. MS is lucky to have fans like this after how poorly they have treated them. But to call Apple fans “blind followers” holds no substance since they feel exactly the the same way about their ecosystem as you and others do about yours.
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    12-03-2017 07:46 AM
  16. erzhik's Avatar
    I was an addict, I even bought new WPs without even looking at the competition. I would blindly go into MSFT store and get a new WP. Switched to Note 8 from 950XL a week ago and my eyes just opened. While Android with it's icons is far from great, the fact that I can change a launcher fixes that. And the app choice, my goodness. I can finally stop taking my wife's iPhone to complete even the basics of tasks. Android has come a long way since the last time I attempted to use it (Galaxy S2). I can confidently say that I am no longer addicted to Windows Mobile. I am however addicted to my Note 8, just after a week.
    Last edited by erzhik; 12-03-2017 at 09:29 PM.
    12-03-2017 09:08 AM
  17. white_Shadoww's Avatar
    Not Windows 10 mobile but Windows Phone 8 UI..
    12-03-2017 09:46 AM
  18. beman39's Avatar
    I was an addict, I even bought new WPs without even looking at the competition. I would blindly go into MSFT store and get a new WP. Switched to Note 8 from 950XL a week ago and my eyes just opened. While Android with it's icon is far from great, the fact that I can change a launcher fixes that. And the app choice, my goodness. I can finally taking my wife's iPhone to complete even the basics of tasks. Android has come a long way since the last time I attempted to use it (Galaxy S2). I can confidently say that I am no longer addicted to Windows Mobile. I am however addicted to my Note 8, just after a week.
    we'll see how that goes after awhile, when you get sick of the constant ads popping up when opening/using an app or when you have a txt message come in when your driving and have nothing to read it to you and you have to pull over to read it or dangerously read it while driving because there's no Cortana to read it to you, or you mistakenly install an app that you thought was legitimately real but turned out to be a virus... that's why my android phone stays in my drawer...

    I'm not using a Windows phone because I have an addiction and others as well, it's because Windows is just more user friendly than the other phones. Addiction is not the correct word to use in this instance but because we see (dare I say) windows phones is just better than the boring counter parts. the ONLY way I see it is MS gave up on Windows phone and gave up on US... had they stuck it out and let everyone know that they plan on sticking it out would be the game changer today and WM10 wouldn't be where it is today.... ((SMH)) shame on you MSFT!
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    12-03-2017 09:57 AM
  19. TgeekB's Avatar
    we'll see how that goes after awhile, when you get sick of the constant ads popping up when opening/using an app or when you have a txt message come in when your driving and have nothing to read it to you and you have to pull over to read it or dangerously read it while driving because there's no Cortana to read it to you, or you mistakenly install an app that you thought was legitimately real but turned out to be a virus... that's why my android phone stays in my drawer...

    I'm not using a Windows phone because I have an addiction and others as well, it's because Windows is just more user friendly than the other phones. Addiction is not the correct word to use in this instance but because we see (dare I say) windows phones is just better than the boring counter parts. the ONLY way I see it is MS gave up on Windows phone and gave up on US... had they stuck it out and let everyone know that they plan on sticking it out would be the game changer today and WM10 wouldn't be where it is today.... ((SMH)) shame on you MSFT!
    Somehow he’ll probably survive, just like the other hundreds of millions of people on Android do.
    I can appreciate your feelings on Windows Mobile but they are extremely biased. I have no doubt it works for you and many others, but it doesn’t for the vast majority. There are reasons for that. For instance “user friendly” is based on an individuals needs, which can differ from person to person. They can also change over time.
    MS surely did make some blundering mistakes and that, along with the vision of Apple and Google, doomed them. Perhaps the future will change. We will have to wait and see.
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    12-03-2017 10:31 AM
  20. minhin's Avatar
    My first smart phone PPC provided by my company, which was replaced by blackberry, then iPhone. Decided not to go into Apple (personal reason), I got HTC WP7.

    My wife and I still rocking 950XL who still refused to change until it breaks apart. Part of the reason by sticking around are eco system and UI. I do have an android tablet LG V10 (I think) so I don't have that tunnel vision. People who commented about goodness of Android need to realize that it lagged so much. At least that's based on my experience with my tablet. My LG mostly a tap behind me. But for watching streaming video and stuff, I am willing to be patient.

    My work consists of being outside (not sales), so I relied on email, sms, photos, OneDrive, OneNote office (excel mainly). People that I worked with always curious of the device I used. Other than techies person, which hardly anyone I ever met, no one cares or mind what you used.

    To round it up, eventually I have to change platform because MS no longer build another iteration of W10M. Although, MS did not officially announce the end of platform so OEM may build the hardware. Who knows, it may rise again. I am waiting on 6" WOA.
    12-03-2017 10:54 AM
  21. Geebox's Avatar
    Interesting point of view. For me I would not use the word Addicted but Prefer. I've had just about every type of mobile device out, including iPhones and Androids. I currently am using an HP Elite x3 while I wait for parts to fix my broken screen on my 950XL. I carry a iPhone and android in my bag if I need to use certain apps. I will be sticking with the 950XL as my main device as I again prefer its user experience and working features above the Elite X3. Until the Microsoft store stops working on these devices or a better user experience device comes out, I Prefer Windows 10 Mobile at the moment.
    12-03-2017 11:18 AM
  22. travisel's Avatar
    Hi my name is Travis, I have been with Windows Mobile OS since my Motorola MOTO Q9c with WM6.0/6.1 OS about 11 years ago. Then moved to LG iQ with WM6.5/WP7.5 Tango, then Samsung ATIV S with WP8.0/WP8.1/U1/U2. Then moved to Microsoft Lumia 950 XL Dual SIM with Win10M/TH2/RS1/RS2/RS2.5, with all my daily apps I use leaving Win10M 1709 platform OS.... Basically an app device without apps... Very unusable device, fantastic hardware and OS but unfortunate I have no choice but to jump platforms. I never used a iOS or Android device before, I just bought Google Pixel 2 XL 128GB with Android 8.1 Oreo OS With Pixel Launcher 3 then switched over to Microsoft Launcher 4.3 then changed all Google services out for Microsoft services.... Chrome 64 for MS Edge 16, Google Doc for MS Office, Google Cloud for MS Onedrive etc etc.... Basically so far I built a Microsoft Android Smartphone...Pixel 2 XL 128GB has fantastic hardware and a two years warranty... With some software bugs all fixed... So far Android 8.1 Oreo OS is buggy and unfinished my opinion. After 3 days in I miss Win10M 1709 OS already.... Android 8.1 is OK but lacks a lot basic integrated functionality that Win10M 1709 already has... Hard to explain..... It's my opinion Win10M 1709 OS is a far superior OS to Android 8.1 Oreo OS in so many ways, so unfortunate Win10M 1709 has no success and support...I just can't put it down... I finding myself picking up my Lumia 950 XL more than my new Pixel 2 XL..... And No Apple iPhone X iOS11. 1 OS for this guy... Hate Apple..... Long live Lumia 950 XL with Win10M 1709
    Last edited by travisel; 12-03-2017 at 12:39 PM.
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    12-03-2017 12:13 PM
  23. Tiemen_S's Avatar
    I used to be all-in to the MS platform. I still use their services and carry a Lumia 950 XL, but I can hardly wait to swap it for something else. The platform is completely dead and basic functionality like Whatsapp is STILL slow and cumbersome. Banking apps disappear by the minute and performance (battery) is buggy at best.

    I fell in love with the WP7(.5) after having owned the HTC Touch Pro2 (WinMo6.5) for the app-agnostic approach they started off with. It was like "screw yer ****e apps, we'll give you efficient hubs and tiles taking maximum advantage of API's instead". That was awesome and refreshing. Quick glances, efficient filtering (and grouping!), no single-purpose fart apps, but all your farts in one place. Glamorous stuff.

    Since then W10M has thrown all originality overboard and Microsoft hasn't invested in a single differentiator since, but dropped all of them instead.

    However I'm still "addicted" to their services (OneDrive, Outlook.com and formerly Groove (Zune)) and Android+Launcher is slowly pulling me in.

    Unless that new device category will be just what I want (or will want, stupid fanboy that I am), I will probably jump ship. If it's an e-reader (e-ink is great reading) with high response rates and excellent note taking / paper like experience (and phone): take my money!

    Otherwise:
    I won't use Google or Apple services, that's just silly. Perhaps a SONY phone, I always liked my K800i back in the day. They take photography seriously too, which was a strong attractor on the Lumia's for me, too. But Android it would be.
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    12-03-2017 12:55 PM
  24. Mike Semblance's Avatar
    pry 950xl, cold dead hands
    12-03-2017 01:18 PM
  25. TgeekB's Avatar
    pry 950xl, cold dead hands
    I don’t think anyone will attempt that.
    12-03-2017 01:33 PM
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