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Pros: Wasn't DOA.
The non-refurb version gets good reviews.
Good deal for a Budget 600W PSU.
Cons: Too soon to tell.
Possibly inflated wattage rating.
Other Thoughts: So far, so good. Is powering an AMD FX8320/R9 270X/1tb HD/120GB SSD Gaming Rig that pulls approximately 420W.
Bummer for people who got a DOA. I Feel your pain Bro!
Pros: To Kyle L.
This phone DOES HAVE the onboard hardware to receive frequencies to support 3g/4g on T-mobile.
The issue is with the Radio Software that is flashed to the phone. The stock ATT software (AKA radio) is good for T-mobile LTE only.
To use T-mobile 3g/4g you need recovery & root then flash the T-mobile Samsung Blaze radio.
Cons: Have to actually know what you're doing.
Other Thoughts: If you really have 5 eggs worth of tech knowledge you would understand that his phone HAS the hardware to support 3g/4g on T-mobile.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Excellent for Techie Users
Nice features & performance vs cost
Still well supported by developers
Easy to root, remove bloatware, customize & fix any issues. Parts readily available.
Easy to flash correct radios for carriers other than ATT
Cons: Not for lazy or tech challenged people
Possible hardware or sound issues, but most fixes are well documented.
Poor Battery life for heavy users, but only needs proper setup and extended battery
Other Thoughts: If you want current performance at low cost and are a tech oriented do-it -yourself-er, this is for you.
IMO you cannot get a better new unlocked phone than the SII Skyrocket at this price point.
I bought new, and had no issues. I Don't recommend used unless for parts.
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