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Discussion in 'The Edge of the Forum' started by CIAwesome526, Apr 1, 2016.
Gateway just released a new update!
Thread is well made! Source is legit! Hype!
At least you tried! But it's actually against the rules to post the Gateway's official site. I just wanted to let you know that.
Even if it's not directly linked to it, you still mention it.
Until now This is the best one.
It got me first I admit although I knew there is only one hw revision of gateway. On a 2nd look on the serial it was clear
I got a april fools joke of you:
RXTools is alive.
(I know, it's a bad one)
I almost fell for it. GG.
This thread people, IS a quality april fool prank. At least Ciawesome made it funny and believable.
Those hardware ID's....
stoooooooopid xD good job!
This deserves a like just for the effort, well done!!!
Lol that post. I was like oh, the update is out ? Then immediately after seeing the screenshot I thought it was fake, because no one posts screenshots of that site. Then I thought the screenshot was too well edited to be fake, started reading and thought it was fake due to the numbering (it will probably be something like "Ultimate 4.0" and not "Ultra 3.8" since they support more sysNAND versions) and the mention of v2 and v3 hardware.
But well done anyway, at least the reaction isn't "meh, completely fake" from the beginning you know, even though it seems fake all the time, the doubt stays for a bit
Inb4 gateway team really updates the site
Nice april fools joke, i thought it was true
Nice one. I fell for it really. Only two things you can try fixing in that screenshot if you can:
"Please not" in second sentence
"Enjoy" should be without trademark (unless it was intentional)
Also good thinking of avoiding warning by changing the website link domain, but still risky.
Otherwise, great job!
I thought they only had one version, too. But in their latest update they say the hardware from a few years ago was still supported but it was hard to do
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Thank you! And the trademark was intentional, of course.