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  1. I have a brand-new E7 that I gave to a friend of mine who is an engineer for Verizon a few years ago. He was interested in trying to get Android running on it since the Nokia bootloaders had been unlocked, etc... I don't think he ever did anything with it though, and if you are still looking for an E7 to purchase for your collection, let me know and I'll give him a call to see if he still has it (probably sure he still does) and I'll have him send it back to me.
  2. I decided to respond to this topic as this is where I first joined the Pro 1 community. As mentioned previously, I have a vision impairment and require a screen reader to use items such as my computer, cell phone, and so on. I finally decided to take the plunge and I placed an order for an FX TEC Pro 1 the other day as I'll need a new phone soon since Verizon will be shutting down it's 3G network at some point and I'll need to get a 4G LTE capable phone. So instead of settling for another overpriced iPhone or a run of the mill Android phone, I decided to get what I wanted, and that was th
  3. Well, I just decided to bite the bullet and I placed an order. So I am now a future owner of an FX TEC Pro 1 sometime hopefully in 2021! Really looking forward to getting the phone and having a keyboard again!
  4. Hello- It's been a while since I've been on the forum, but I have decided to take the plunge and purchase a Pro1. While I'm not against placing an order for a brand new one, it seems as though delivery time is an issue. From what I've read on here, it can be anywhere between 12 weeks to a year from what it sounds like. If I was guaranteed a delivery date, I would have no issue with just ordering one. With that said, I was wondering if there is anyone here in the USA who has a Pro 1 with the QWERTY keyboard who is looking to sell? I'm willing to pay the retail price of $700.00. or maybe
  5. Sprint doesn't really matter as they got bought by T-Mobile and from what I have read, T-Mobile will transition those customers over to the T-Mobile network and shut down Sprint's CDMA network in time. I currently have Verizon but would switch back to T-Mobile if need be, but it sounds like there have been people out there who have gotten the Pro1 running on the Verizon 4G LTE network. I sent the folks at FX TEC an email asking some questions in regards to a person with a vision impairment and the use of the Pro1, but haven't heard back yet. So if anyone from FX TEC is
  6. Hello all, I'm a bit late to this topic, came across it while doing a search on the Pro1 since I am visually impaired/blind as well. The Pro1 caught my attention because of the qwerty keyboard. I loved the Nokia E63 and E7 that I had for several years, running the Nuance Talks screen reader software on the symbian platform, but with the demise of Symbian and that platform, I eventually went to an iPhone. While nice, I don't really like the phone being a complete touch screen. As a blind person, we like to be able to focus the control of the screen, meaning using keyboard commands, using hot ke
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