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Google Nexus Player Giveaway

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I fellow Android junky’s today I have a fun giveaway for you to help me celebrate reaching 10,000,000 views on my Youtube channel. Just want to say thanks for all you watching my nerdy tech videos. THANKS!!!  I really hope you have enjoyed them and maybe even learned a little so that you can intern help others with there devices. 🙂 I am only at 43,000 Subscribers right now which is really a ton. But i am really driving hard to get to that 100,000 Subscriber mark on youtube. Please remember to share my videos it really helps me to keep bringing new and cool content coming. Thanks again. RootJunky Out.

Giveaway rules

1.  create a user name so that you can comment on this post

2.  comment on this post / page with what your first Android device was and favorite feature on it. Comments will be approved as soon as i have time.

Example; My first device was a Droid X2 I really loved that is was one of the only dual core cpu phones at that time.

There will be many comments and also many winner.

First place winner The Nexus Player and a RootJunky T-shirt

Second place winner some sort of bluetooth tech and a Rootjunky T-shirt

Third place winner a Rootjunky T-shirt

 

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Good Luck and I will pick the winners in one week on Saturday 11/29/14

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 Google Nexus Player Video Playlist

While you are here, check out the rest of my new site! I have been updating it for months now.

 

Details

US only International shipping is to much of a pain sorry

I will pick the winners in one week on Saturday 11/29/14

Only one entry per person please but comment as much as you like. Comments will be approved as soon as i have time. You may not see your comment as soon as you post it.

Thanks for watching and lets do some more giveaways soon

WINNERS HAVE BEEN PICKED

First place winner

Shell95i

HTC one m7. And the feature blink feed because it very easy to obtain news without me search for it manually. Good luck to everyone else.

Second place winner

Danny Sullivan

My first Android was the Motorola Droid Bionic. I loved its dual core performance, but I especially enjoyed the HDMI out on it. Before wireless screen mirroring was as available as it is now, this was the coolest thing I thought a smartphone could do

Third place winner

thetickz

I switched from blackberry to an HTC Thunderbolt and my favorite feature was the metal kickstand! I was hooked forever after as an android user!

 

Winners please only contact me with the email you signed into this site with. email me at rootjunky@gmail.com to claim your prizes.  All winners where picked with random.org see pictures below. The winners have one week to contact me or i will pick a new winner 🙂

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145 thoughts on “Google Nexus Player”

  1. My first Android phone was the Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 and I loved that it was one of the first cameras to sport 8MP. # I’m in the UK but I’ll pay for shipping if I win. #

  2. HTC one m7. And the feature blink feed because it very easy to obtain news without me search for it manually. Good luck to everyone else. 🙂

  3. My first device was a Galaxy Sl GT- I9003, my favorite feature on it was the size of it, because at those times, that is already big, and I also like it’s material and the simple way it functions.

  4. My first android device was a Motorola Droid X which I got early 2010. I really liked the droid X because it came with Android 2.3 Gingerbread and an 8 megapixel camera. The Droid X was my first taste of android and from then on I was addicted. I have had numerous android devices and have rooted and applied Roms to many of them thanks to Droidmodderx and the RootJunky team. Thank you for all your help.

  5. My first Android phone is the LG Google Nexus 5.
    It’s a awesome phone, very faster and I’ve no problem with this.
    I love Nexus brand because the price is good, and Nexus devices are great. I can Update easilly ans I love Google. 😉

    I hope I win 😀

  6. My first device was the first a moto droid. I came from the blackberry “storm?”. It was awesome! It was a real touch screen and OMG I could slide the screen up and a keyboard was underneath. This was the hottest part. When I bought the phone it was debate between HTC’s first android and the MOTO DROID. The winner was the droid for the keyboard! So ya the keyboard caught my eye the most oh ya the fact that it had a flash with the camera too.

  7. Hello! My very first Android device was the G1. It was my first and only Android phone with a hardware keyboard. So that was my favorite thing about it.

    Cheers

  8. My first Android device was actually the HTC One X. The device was at the time and still is an amazing design in my opinion tho it did have the wifi flaw in it.

    Currently have a One M8 tho and enjoying it very much :D, also thanks for the giveaway.

  9. My first Android device was the first android smartphone, the G1 aka Dream. The first time I saw it, I had to have it and actually used it for 3 years happily.

    I loved the PPP out quarry keyboard and the little scroll wheel and even though it was a brick, it held up to drops like a boss. I loved it and it was also the first phone I rooted and flashed.

  10. My first android device was the Samsung Galaxy Prevail, my favorite feature was the fact that since it was my first android phone i was astonished at the power of the android OS compared to my old sliding keyboard phone

  11. The Original Motorola Droid. I loved everything about that phone. Probably my favorite thing was discovering Rooting and wifi tethering. Next to that was flashing custom ROMs. God I loved that phone.

  12. My first real Android device was the HTC One m7. What I loved about it was it’s 1080p display and it’s Boomsound speakers.

  13. My first device was galaxy s. Glad I moved to android my laptop is 50% more turn off. Loved to try the nexus family keep good work peace.

  14. Been a long time follower..i have no chance of winning from Philippines..anyway still going for this comment..got nexus 5 snd i love tweaks and customization 🙁

  15. My first android phone was a Samsung s2 the reason why I wanted to pick it up and love it cue back then it was a great android phone and was compact more like the lg g2 mini in the morden world , I would love to win the nexus player as its a really great product and I will be more then glad to have an opportunity to review this product on my channel as I can’t afford it , as always thank you for organizing this giveaway .

  16. My first android phone was the Samsung s2 back in the days it was a great phone cause of its performance and compact size , and I would like to thank you for making this giveaway as it will be nice to win it cause I will review it in my tech channel

  17. My first Android device was the Original Droid X, and it was an amazing phone for its time. My favorite feature of that device was the build quality. It was a tank, and if needed, a weapon.

  18. First android device and first smartphone was a Motorola Backfdlip, and I thought that thing was a beast. Favorite feature that I can remember was being able to flip the keyboard out and use it like a kickstand to watch videos on it.

  19. Nexus 4, still holding onto it. Vanilla android is the best ‘feature’ ever + the customisation options that come with root on Nexus devices are awesome!

  20. So my first android phone was the Samsung galaxy ace plus and I loved the thing that it was the first phone running 3g on it .

  21. My first Android phone was the HTC Eris, but it didn’t work with my work email so I had to exchange it for the OG Droid. My favorite feature was how easy it was to root and load CM on. Keyboard was pretty nice also. – but before that I actually had the HTC Tilt and was able to run Android off of that. That was a lot of fun to see a new OS when using Windows Mobile.

  22. My first Android was the Motorola Droid Bionic. I loved its dual core performance, but I especially enjoyed the HDMI out on it. Before wireless screen mirroring was as available as it is now, this was the coolest thing I thought a smartphone could do

  23. I switched from blackberry to an HTC Thunderbolt and my favorite feature was the metal kickstand! I was hooked forever after as an android user!

  24. My first android device was a Samsung Nexus S 4G. The thing I looked about it was that it was pure android. I have not had put since then and I want to go back.

  25. I was late to the Android game (man was I missing out with apple), but my 1st Android device was the HTC One (M7) and I loved the front facing speakers.

  26. My first Android phone was a Samsung Galaxy Gio, and I bought it because I didn’t know much about smart phones and thought it would fit my needs, and it was pretty much the cheapest phone I could get. After a year I bought the Motorola Moto G, because the Gio was too slow for me, which is still my daily driver, and I love it. There’s not really anything I liked about the Gio in perticular, apart from it being my first Android phone, and I got to love Android by it.

  27. My first device was the Nexus 7 2012. I thought it was AWESOME because it was a REALLY AWESOME TABLET at a really low price. I just loved the bang-to-buck ratio.

  28. My first Android phone was a Droid 3 my favorite feature was the slide out keyboard because I just couldn’t get use to typing on a screen LOL

  29. Well… hmm…I don’t know what it was…but it was some cheap LG phone. It was awesome because it made calls and it was touchyscreen. I enjoyed my time hacking it 😀

  30. My first was…um…Galaxy Nexus, I think it was called. I loved the curved screen. It wasn’t like CURVED, but it was awesome.

  31. Seriously, my name is John Smith… Anyway, my first android phone was the Galaxy S5. Yeah, I’m relatively new to the android community, I love that it has ABSOLUTELY EVERYTHING. It’s like a sonic screwdriver. That’s what you can get out of it.

  32. My first android device was a Samsung galaxy tab 3 7.0 my favorite feature was power saving mode because it made the device last forever I could Go with out a charge for about 2 days

  33. My first Android device was the Xperia X10 mini. I wasn’t very aware of the Android ecosystem, I absolutely loved this phone because of its small size and had a decent camera on it. Never a hint of slowdown at least on it’s prime time.

  34. My first android device was a Samsung galaxy tab 3 7.0 my favorite feature was power saving mode because it made the device last forever I could Go with out a charge for about 2 days that’s why I loved this device until I got an upgrade to a nexus 9 gold

  35. My first Android devices was the LG Nexus 4 and I still have it because it is still very smooth with that Snapdragon S4 Pro. And since the Lollipop update it`s a breeze to use this two years old device! But still I´d like toget the Nexus Player because I´m a real fan of what Google is doing with their Nexus line!
    PS: I also have a Nexus 7 2013 which I still prefer over the Nexus 9 because of the size and the display and the fact that it has a Qualcomm processor!
    Anyway I hope I´ll have luck this time.
    Cheers,
    Gabriel

  36. My first android device was a nexus 7 (2013). My favorite feature is being able to root it easily with cyanogenmod. I also like how it should get the newest updates to android first.

  37. My first device was the original kindle fire. It was really easy to start to learn some of this android stuff, like adb and finding out how it works in general.

  38. My first was the HTC hero and my favorite feature was being able to root and then set up my volume keys to skip tracks while the screen is off. Still my favorite and most used feature to date. Can’t live without that function and surprisingly, you still have to root, just to be able to use this function. Its not turned on by default on any devices, and we’re not even given the option.
    Can ihaz nexus player neow?

  39. My first Android phone was HTC Incredible S. I liked the fact that it was running the latest version of Android at the time I bought it (it was probably 2.3.3) and it had amazing HTC Sense (such as camera application or 3D animated weather widget) features that no other Android phone had (except for other HTC phones, of course). Also I liked the fact that my phone was strongly supported by XDA community (I know it’s not a feature of the phone but anyways) so there were (and are now) a lot of custom ROMs to play with.

  40. I want to win. First food was the s2 got it last Christmas. Favorite feature was I could surf the Internet whenever I felt like it.

  41. My first android device was the Motorola Backflip. I really liked that device since it had a physical keyboard on it and it was different. I wish I was into rooting then since it would’ve helped with making it even better.

  42. My first android device was the galaxy s3 my favorite feature about it was that I could share files with just a tap.(currently on nexus 5) love it!!

  43. My favorite device was the galaxy tab 3 because it was my first device and i leave alot of things on it such as how to root them and flash then them and many other things thanks to your videos

  44. My first Android phone was the Samsung Galaxy S 4G. The thing I liked about it was how hard it was to brick. I don’t even think that there is a single case of a hard bricked SGS4G. It was a great way for me to introduce myself to the Android system. I quickly became a flashaholic with a new ROM running about every hour. Soon the amazing devs weren’t pushing out builds fast enough for me, so I started porting ROMs or building my own to flash. It was a great phone that sparked my interest in the Android world. The work I did with the SGS4G is actually what inspired me to go the route of Computer Science.

  45. I presently own a first generation Google TV and it’s still great. Of course the new one would be quite choice I must say. I remember waiting two hours for my new os on my BB Bold 9000 to download. I would cruise the asian web sites to get the newest OS. That was years ago. Now I have rooted and rommed Droid X my first Nexus 1,S, Galaxy Nexus (which I still have running Lollipop) N7, S-3, Note 2and 3 and Nexus 5. So exciting to spend days unbricking etc. Anyway it sure beats collecting stamps. You guys rock!

  46. my first android device was the Motorola droid razr my favorite thing about it was android itself because up to that point i had always used iphones ever since that point ive always had an android you could say i was kinda hooked well love your vids keep up the good work and keep making htc one m8 vids as thats my current phone and good luck to everyone

  47. You already know I’m a fan! Good luck to everyone and thanks to everyone that has subscribed to Root Junky without you he couldn’t do this again good luck!

  48. My first device was the moto g, loved the battery life, lasted me 2-3 days on a single charge. While i’m here, thank you for creating awesome videos about android and you have helped me in many tough scenarios. Thanks!

  49. My first device actually was the motorola droid x2. I lobed the dual core feature, but I liked the solidity of the device in the hand and the way everything was set up. It was designed like an old droid in the new droid era, and I will always remember it for that.

  50. Motorola Droid X2. I was in on the ground floor helping DragonZKiller with testing CM7 on the DX2. This clown, Root Junky was one of the people I supported. Now, he surpasses my knowledge in the Android arena! Keep it up, Sarg!

  51. My first Android device per say was my MSI netbook running Android x86. I loved the speed and casting capabilities with a wired network connection.
    Other wise my Nexus 5 would be my first true Android device. Having moved from BlackBerry, my favorite part was having a device that did what I wanted it to do.

  52. My 1st Android device was a Motorola Droid phone. My favorite feature was the fact that it had Google Maps’ Navigation (I’m always lost and I LOVE this feature) and that it was up to date versus my Garmin. Thanks!

  53. My first android device was a samsung captivate (att variant of the first galaxy s) I loved that it had a 4 inch screen compared to the competition who only had 3.5 inch screens. It was a perfect size and was one of the best phones I have ever had (besides my galaxy s3) Hope I win! Good luck to all!

  54. My first device was the galaxy tab 3 and my favourite feature was it had the rom S.E.A.L which I found out about from this website

  55. My first phone was none other that the OG Epic 4G… one of the best phones with a keyboard . It always ran the latest O.S.. It was also the first phone I ever built a rom for kudos to XDA

  56. My first Android device was the HTC Incredible on Verizon. What was it, Froyo back then? I loved the freedom and Android. For what it’s worth I then rolled to the Galaxy S3 and then the Note 3. I’d love to have the Nexus 6 but I’m struggling internally to justify it. Best of luck with the expansion of your brand.

  57. My first device was a Motorola Moto G (2013), so I had an excellent starting. My favorite feature was (or is) that there are so many devolpers, who makes great roms and mods. Other things I liked were the removeable covers (which fits great) and the Moto Apps (which I sadly couldn’t use with my custom rom), but now Im on a Oneplus One, great phone ^^

  58. You should me how to ROOT my 1st Razr, then in another how to open my WIFI hot spot. Now, I’m watching for anything on the NOTE 4. I’m sure it’s going to be juicy what ever it is. Thanks for all the help considering I have no knowledge on computers and you my friend make it look too easy peazy.

  59. My first Android device was a Kindle fire HD 7 in and what I loved was that there were so many easy guides on hacking it rooting it, installing custom revery, and flashing Cyanogenmod 11 on it and I still have it to this day.

  60. First was an LG GT540. Was terrible by even the standards at the time, but loved it. And the ROMs were the best bit, pretty sure they got KitKat on it in the end

  61. I was first introduced to Android with my Samsung Galaxy S Epic 4G; fell in Love with Android’s abilities to customize and root. My primary phone is currently the Nexus 5 and awaiting for restocking of the Nexus 6 in the Google Play store. Like the logo design on your shirt; keep up the good work and continuous success.

  62. my first android device was the samsung galaxy s3 and i really loved it because coming from iPhones where i felt i could do very little to personalize the appearance and interface, i feel android gave me much more freedom.

  63. My first android phone was the droid 2 and I loved the camera and at the time the speed of both the connection and the phone itself. I cried when it finally gave out after 3 years of use. It was the first phone that I ever rooted and the reason I have root and custom Roms on my Moto X.

  64. Samsung Galaxy S3 (AT&T) Blue Marble (wife picked color) still have, came a long way from the Motorola Razor to the palm pre plus (don’t judge, and still have) but now A true Root Junkie waiting on Lollipop rom for my S3.

  65. My 1st smartphone was a Htc Evo 3D. Was a great phone with really nice specs at him time and i loved it. I didnt sell it, is my backup phone.

  66. My first Android phone was a Motorola Droid Bionic. It made me feel cool! I loved the mirrior features on the bionic. Also my first rooted device thanks to rootjunky!!!

  67. My first android phone is my current moto x (first gen). It’s a great all around phone, fantastic user experience. It proved that a phone doesn’t need the latest fastest chips for a phone to be snappy and good to use.

  68. My first android phone was the LG Revolution. That phone sucked so bad. But android 2.3 was about to be released my it had me excited

  69. My first android was Mytouch4g. Favorite feature was definitely a touch screen, as it was my first smart phone. Emulating GBA games was also cool.

  70. My first device was the Droid X2 as well. As silly as this may sound, I loved that it had an rgb notification light. Sadly, these are not in many phones now. I just bought a Nexus 6, and I was delighted to see that Moto included one, although you need root access in order to access/use it.

  71. My first was a Samsung Galaxy S. When I got it, it was already a couple years old but I thought it was the coolest thing ever. I thought that the puzzle piece message unlock was pretty sweet and its strong, I’ve ran it over twice, dropped it a dozen times, kicked it around and it only has two little dings on the side. The cool thing is I still have it after having 6 different smartphones after that. Its my back up.

  72. This Is ~Shadow~ My first android was the HTC Evo 3d That Was An Awesome phone alot of secret things you could do with it and Its Roms were Nice But My Favorite Was the Note 2 it took everything I threw at it and ran like a champ!!

  73. My first Android device was actually an HTC Vogue, but I guess that doesn’t really count because it shipped with Windows Mobile 6.0. 😀 I guess my first true Android device would be the Motorola Droid.

  74. My first smartphone was the Samsung galaxy y. Probably the worst decision of my life now that I think about but at the time I was amazed because I never had a smartphone before. Keep up the awesome content on your channel. Good luck to all who entered 🙂

  75. Hey man, we’ve spoke via youtube comments before and I love your videos and only got my phone thanks to your review!
    My first and current android device iss a HTC One M8. I really love its front facing boomsound speakers and the build quality.
    I’d love to win man, that would be awesome.

  76. my first android device was a htc evo 3d. I really love it 3d feature the it had especially for the phone. i hope i can win and good luck to the other people the enter

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