Petition to keep Qualcomm supporting Snapdragon S3 chipset
The point is: Snapdragon S3 has more than enough power to run 4.2.2 and newly even more optimized 4.3 Android. If some home-schooled developer can make it run – why proper developers paid by Qualcomm won’t succeed at it? MSM8260 devices were publicly released in 2011, it’s not even that old.
Sign it and share it even if you don’t have Snapdragon S3 devices – because your chipset maker can also suddenly decide to drop support for your device.
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