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This wiki is designed to help you discern if the device you have is an Orange. This is only a guide to aid in identification, if you are looking to solve a problem with your Orange, try the troubleshooting page.
Warning: This wiki serves only as a general guideline; the user bears all responsibility in the event of mis-identification. This guide should not be used in emergency situations.
Is this an Orange? Nope! That's a rock.
- When confronted with a device like a rock, look for something with more curves.
- Rocks are often sharp and hard, Oranges tend to have more give.
Is this an Orange? That's a cucumber, but you're getting closer!
- Cucumbers, like Oranges, are organic items, and contain curves, but Oranges fall closer to the red end of the spectrum.
- Oranges tend to have slight dimpling of the skin, while cucumbers are fairly smooth.
Is this an Orange? Oh, no. That is the Incredible Hulk. Way off.
- Oranges lack both sentience and mobility.
- Confusing the Hulk for an Orange may make him angry, be careful in your identification.
Is this an Orange? Hmmm… Unfortunately, no. That is an ORANGutan.
- While orangutans share the pigmentation and adorableness of Oranges, they have hair, a distinctly non-Orange trait.
- Ask your orangutan for help in identifying your device, they are well-versed in fruit studies.
Is this an Orange? Donald Trump. Not an Orange.
- Both sour and of orange pigmentation, Trump still has more hair than your Orange should.
- Even if it is a toupée.
Is this an Orange? Almost there! That is an apple, though.
- Apples are quite commonly confused with Oranges, and though Apples, too, are hard to repair, a comparison can't fairly be made.
- The key is really the dimpled texture of the Orange rind.
Is this an Orange? You got it! That's an Orange!
- Now that you have identified your device, you can proceed to open it.
- Warning: Opening your Orange may void the manufacturer's warranty.