Re: whether if they'd had their sidearms they could have shot the lock off instead
To be fair, he did repeatedly leave notes asking security to stop locking the door first...
5 posts • joined 26 Jan 2018
There is no proof
What 'proof' they have provided is laughable (like the presence of a telnetd for local admin on some of their router equipment, like what hasn't got that?)
I have a Huawei P10 myself, I will be most displeased if that toddler in the Whitehouse exposes me to malware on my phone because Huawei no longer have early access to the security patches.
I change my phone once every 3-4 years and get a good but not too expensive one each time
last 3 have been SGS Note 2, LG G3 and currently the Huawei P10 (though that's the first and last phone I'll buy from them after they've treated us so shabbily re unlock codes etc. I got my unlock code from them when they were legitimately supplying them and do not appreciate threats of a bricked phone on update if it's rooted)
I really can't see why anyone would buy an iPhone given they have eye watering 4 figure prices now, or for that matter a pixel for the same reason. Did have a Nexus tablet once, excellent device but that's all.
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