I’ve never met another webOS user. Well, not in person.
Ok, that’s a bit of a stretch. I got a Palm Centro back in the day when my Aunt still worked for Sprint. Cost me $100 back in 2008? 9? Somewhere around there. Anyway, I was using that until I met a guy with the original Palm Pre in 2010. I had no idea Palm had a new phone out. Seriously. Totally missed its launch. So did most of the world…I digress.
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A commonality among webOS enthusiasts is their ability to maintain the usefulness, applicability, and capabilities of their favorite aging hardware. The GSM Pre3 and Veer were touted as having 4G capability but truly only have “FauxG” speeds. That same fact resounds for owners of the HP TouchPad 4G or the much more rare and GSM-capable HP TouchPad Go. Oh well, speeds are slower but we don’t really care because we love these devices, right? Sort of! We DO love the devices but who can leave “well enough” alone? Grab your favorite spudger and torx screwdriver set because what I’m about to show you will have you clamoring to replace the old Ericsson card inside your “4G” TouchPad and you’ll be surprised just how simple it is to do.
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