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09.05.2020

The first world problems of the cellphone (lockdown edition)

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Filed under: China, New Zealand, technology, Wellington—Jack Yan @ 12.31

2 Responses to ‘The first world problems of the cellphone (lockdown edition)’

  1. […] it developed a fault again. The settings’ menu would not stay open, and crap out immediately, a bit like what the camera, browser, and gallery had done at different times. All I had done up to this point was allow some of the apps to update, and God knows what Google […]

  2. […] rarely use the site it was pretty easy to pinpoint when I was last there.    Considering my phone died after installing Whatsapp what’s the bet that running Facebook on a desktop browser kills your desktop’s data? […]

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