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Happy Birthday Z-Community!!
We're giving away an Axon 7 for Day 12 of Z-Community's 12 Days of Giving over on Twitter
Z-Community on Twitter: "Happy Birthday To Us @ZTE_Community! Z-Community's 12 Days Of Giving: Day 12 ZTE Axon 7 64GB (…
But for today only!!!
AN EXTRA SHOT AT WINNING SOME ZTE SWAG!!!
1.) Record a quick video clip wishing Z-Community Happy Birthday.
2.) Upload it here on this thread.
3.) We will randomly choose 5 winners.
4.) Winners announced tomorrow.
*US residents only
I can't upload a video to the blog from my phone so I am attach it here for
now. Will try from my work PC but it may not let me..
Please accept it this way.
Click link below...
Shared album - Matt Josephson - Google Photos
Happy Birthday Z Community! It's been a great year 1, can't wait to see what's in store for year 2!
Happy Birthday Z-Community!!! It has been an Amazing year with all of you! I look forward to another year, and hope to meet many more of you in person.
Happy Birthday Z-Community. I didn't see a way to embed or upload a video so here's a link to mine. Here's to many more birthdays to come.
Shared album - Jason England - Google Photos
#shotonaxon by the way
It really has been a great first year.
That Quartz is lookin' good!
Happy birthday/week/month, ZTE Community! And thanks for the Quartz. I can't wait to get it.
Congrats come join us on the Quartz forum once you get it
Thanks again for the birthday shoutout!
I've sent a DM to collect some info.
I'm So Sad, So Very, Very Sad
What a waste.
Did you get the info you needed?
Got my bag of goodies today. Thanks ZTE!
Just use one of those little converters like the one that comes with the
PM me your address. I'll send you mine....
Do you have a power meter for USB?
If powering using a phone or a PC which has a motherboard that is strictly enforcing a certain current limit, there is a chance that if too high of a load is placed on them, they will just turn the power off.
Also, for phones, the USB host mode typically waits for some kind of handshake before supplying its full power as well as continuing to output power, while ports designed to be a USB host 100% of the time, may just have have a constant 5V supply.
I think it sticks to the back your phone or case. You put your license or credit card in the slot.