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17 Responses to “Comments”

  1. FutrExec01 Says:

    Its about time, that was getting ridiculous. Completely unacceptable.

  2. Wtfevan Says:


  3. kathleen Says:

    Thank you

  4. Lou Says:

    thank you!

  5. T-mobile Says:


  6. LinuxGold Says:

    This is good news. Things were getting rough here and it’s great so see that we can get back to what’s REALLY important here, the Sidekick III.

    Thank you, Admin!

  7. lokpaso Says:

    Ah, finally. Now about the new Sidekick . . .

  8. itstheroc Says:

    yeah….those people who were writing that crap 3was r4eally immature

  9. macfreak Says:

    Just in time.

  10. BritBrat version 666 Says:

    Thank you SO much.

  11. pranx4me Says:


  12. X Says:

    LOL 🙂

  13. FutrExec01 Says:

    if they wait ANY longer to release this stupid thing ill think ill just crack…can anyone tell me how much the trade in value was last time? (trading in the SK1 for the SK2)


    I hope it does come out no later than june because I have about $600 to blow on anything and I’m going to get the sk3.

  15. pandemic Says:

    they have a trade in value? what lol thats crazy. do you think they will have one this time?

  16. SDWolf Says:

    hehe…. Kinda sad that it’s necessary, but I’m glad it’s done. Thanks, Admins! =)

  17. Sidekick3 Tips » Sidekick3! Says:

    […] We’ve done a lot of thinking the past few weeks in regards to custom themes/backgrounds on the Sidekick 3. Everyone and their brother knows about the undocumented but easily accessible custom themes feature on the Sidekick 3 now. We’ve even gone as far as to put up a site with with 4000+ Sidekick 3 themes submitted!At the same time that we’re enjoying this customization, there’s a lot of talk about how the next OTA may disable this feature in order for TMobile to sell Sidekick users premade wallpapers. In all honesty, we’re hoping they’ll realize that for every custom made theme, that’s one more Sidekick 3 that will be pulled out of a pocket to show off to a friend. One more custom hinge sound that noone has ever heard on a phone that will draw the attention of strangers when you flip the screen.Is it wrong to think that custom themes are a good thing, both for users of the Sidekick 3 as well as TMobile? With the new themes, we all get a chance to make the phone “ours” whether it means loading a background of Jay-Z, a pair of Nikes, Mariah Carey, Tron, or our geeky favorite, a light saber sound for the screen. In our opinion, this makes us even more devoted and attached to the glossy little gadget. Share this with others:These icons link to social bookmarking sites where readers can share and discover new web pages. […]

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