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Got the invite and decided to Join.

Known elsewhere as twospirits, but for some reason signed up as davianny. (although I thought it was twospirits)

Admin over at tabletroms, mod over at androidforums and everywhere else as the one that doesn't shut up. lol

Work for the city of NY as a programmer.

 

Been with Sprint for over 11 years, currently with (Sprint wise) the Motorola Photon, and Hero, (non-Sprint) Notion Ink Adam, Lenovo Thinkpad Tablet, and Galaxy Tab.

 

I like what I see here and hope to contribute as best as I can.

 

TS

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We are glad to see you around S4GRU. And no matter what name you go by, I hope we see you around often. Our new forums are compatible with the Tapatalk app, and soon Forum Runner too. You can also use our Mobile HTML5 site on the go in your mobile device browser.

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