Alright, we’re tired of your little games, Google. We know, the Google giveth and the Google taketh away, but you can’t just keep toying with our emotions like that. First the Nexus 4 bumper case is available, then it’s out of stock, then it’s no longer available for sale. We’re not sure what’s going on here, but it looks like Google may have found a few boxes of the official Nexus 4 Bumper case as it is currently back in stock on Google Play. The Play Store is just a roller coaster of emotions. Oh, Google.. this is so us, isn’t it?
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