>months later, you still haven't cleared out Emmys things.
>it hurts too much to see her lifeless corpse sitting there in the dark.
>switching on the tv to watch the news , you don't believe your eyes
>Sterling has, after much backlash due to the battery controversy, announced a new nandroid repair procedure.
>by bypassing and repairing some key circuitry, they can replace the battery with a longer life one.
>unfortunately due to the delicate nature of the operation, they've admitted there is a chance the hard drive can be wiped, resetting the Nandroid to factory settings
>You decide it's worth the risk.
>anything to bring her back
>Emmy is due back today.
>You made sure her room was clean, her favourite clothes were ironed, you even sprung for the good marble for this.
>you eagerly sign the shipping form the delivery man hands you.
>after cracking open the crate, there Emmy is , standing in power down mode.
>You power her on, expecting a joyous reunion, tears in your eyes.
>Your heart hits the floor, as she begins to state a greeting for her "new owner", announcing her make and model.
>your queries if she remembers you draw blank looks and respectful apologies.
>She isn't your Emmy anymore, you realise.
>as you begin to walk away from her box, you feel a hand on your shoulder.
>turning around, you see Emmy with the biggest smile you've seen in months.
>"You have been thoroughly japed, sir!" She shouts before laughing
>out of sheer disbelief you begin laughing too, your tears running down as you give her a big hug.
>She promises to never hide the truth from you again.
>You promise to never leave her in the dark again.