XDA-Developers is Closing a Few Classic Forums

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It’s a bit sad to hear that XDA-Developers is closing a number of the old forums that many of the die-hard Windows Mobile users of the last decade had depended on for so long to communicate and collaborate on hacks and tweaks and custom ROMs that would make their powerful smartphones more powerful.  Many of these ancient forums do not have much activity anymore at all other than spam messages and XDA-developers.com has decided to make them read-only since there are only about 8 posts per month these days.  They’ll still be there in case you want to reference anything, it’s just that new posts are not being allowed so that the moderators can concentrate on more active sections. 

The list of device forums that will be made read-only on September 5th is as follows:

  • HTC Pharos: P3470
  • HTC Rose: S740, S743
  • HTC Sedna: P6500
  • HTC Juno: Shadow
  • HTC Alpine: PDA2, XDA IIi, 2020i
  • HTC Herald: Wing, P4350
  • HTC Whitestone: Imagio
  • Palm Treo 750
  • HTC Apache: XV6700, PPC-6700
  • HTC Charmer: MDA Compact II
  • HTC Himalaya & Andes: MDA II, XDA II, 2060
  • Palm Treo Pro
  • HTC Prophet: JAMin, XDA Neo, S200
  • HTC Nike: Touch Dual, MDA Touch Plus
  • HTC Wallaby: MDA, XDA, 1010
  • LG Monaco: eXpo GW820
  • HTC Atom: iPAQ rw6828, XDA Atom
  • HTC Iolite: Touch Cruise 2
  • HTC Maple: Dash 3G, Snap
  • HTC Gene: P3400
  • HTC Titan: Mogul, XV6800
  • Acer A1: Liquid S100
  • HTC Opal: Touch Viva, MDA Basic
  • Other HTC manufactured phones
  • HTC Jade: Touch 3G
  • HTC Polaris: Touch Cruise
  • Sony Ericsson XPERIA X2
  • HTC Wizard
  • HTC Artemis: P3300, MDA Compact III

Did you ever own any of those devices and use XDA-developers.com forums to help improve or customize your device?  Got any nostalgia to share about the XDA forums above?

Source: XDA-Developers

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Adam has had interests in combining technology with art since his first use of a Koala pad on an Apple computer. He currently has a day job as a graphic designer, photographer, systems administrator and web developer at a small design firm in Westchester, NY. His love of technology extends to software development companies who have often implemented his ideas for usability and feature enhancements. Mobile computing has become a necessity for Adam since his first Uniden UniPro PC100 in 1998. He has been reviewing and writing about smartphones for Pocketnow.com since they first appeared on the market in 2002.Read more about Adam Lein!