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Motorola Atrix HD Doesn't Support WebTop or Lapdock

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dougm

Feb 12, 2014, 11:18 PM
over in the "Motorola Atrix HD" discussion:

KitKat / 4.4.2

Am having lots of problems obtaining an LTE signal on 4.1. Battery life also drains very quickly to 1%, then stays at 1% for up to a couple hours. Anyone know if and when this device is slated to receive KitKat?
Still waiting on the KitKAt update. Sad
But in the meantime you MUST do the Battery MOD for your Atrix HD. I install an EB40 battery from the RAZR MAXX. It'll give you 3-4 times longer battery life. Depending how much you use the phone.
tschlicht

Jul 25, 2012, 3:15 PM
over in the "Motorola Atrix HD" discussion:

Camera Quality, what's wrong?

I keep reading that the camera isn't that great, but no details as to why. Is it picture quality, the application that is used to take the pictures??? Can anyone who has the phone, or tested it in person, tell me what the "Issue" with the camera is?
MOKLA40

Jul 15, 2012, 2:20 PM
over in the "Motorola Atrix HD" discussion:

Speakphone- Half Dulpex?

Sad

Really???
If they included a full-duplex speakerphone, that might have pushed the price point above what they wanted. This was meant to be a kind of cost-cutting device.
whats the diff between half and full?
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Rich Brome

Jul 12, 2012, 3:22 PM
over in the "Motorola Atrix HD" discussion:

no Lapdock / Webtop

Unfortunately, we've rec'd confirmation from Motorola that the Atrix HD does not include the Webtop software and therefore won't work with the Lapdock accessories. It's a price issue; it's one way they got the price down to $99 (on contract.)

It's still a very high-spec consumer device, but for those looking for that particular business feature, the Atrix 2 might be a better choice.
Confused were there many people that actually used the laptop dock?
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tschlicht

Jul 17, 2012, 10:46 AM
over in the "Motorola Atrix HD" discussion:

Atrix HD for $49.99

If you want this phone I see it's only $49.99 at Best Buy.

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40oz_Warrior

Jul 16, 2012, 8:35 AM
over in the "Motorola Atrix HD" discussion:

Unfortunate Trends

Another phone with a sealed-in battery ?. Ugh.
And what's up with deleting the Webtop just to make a $99 price point ? That was just software, unless Motorola has to pay someone royalties for it. The prior Atrix's were typically offered for $49 and sometimes $0.
Both the battery situation and lack of Webtop support on this phone are deal breakers for me.
I own an Atrix 2 and love it, but I guess if I had to upgrade right now I'd be ditching Motorola for a Samsung Galaxy S III.
I was once with you on the sealed battery thing. But it does make fore a better water proofing and slimmer design. No days you can find battery powered phone chargers to get you by in a pinch that you would normally put your secondary battery in.

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I was once with you on the sealed battery thing. But it does make fore a better water proofing and slimmer design. No days you can find battery powered phone chargers to get you by in a pinch that you would normally put your secondary battery in.

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bluecoyote

Jul 12, 2012, 6:35 PM

Did anyone actually buy these, and if so, why?

Why did anyone buy these? I get it, the idea is very cool, but also cool: a sustainable product and accessories roadmap that doesn't leave a $500.00 accessory obsolete when you change models of your phone.

Does anyone, ever think Motorola has *ever* enough foresight to work this kind of long-term platform?
If it was more cost-effective that would be one thing, but with the pricing there's really no advantage over just buying a laptop.
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Jaywireless

Jul 12, 2012, 2:24 PM
over in the "Motorola Atrix HD" discussion:

atrix hd launch

anyone have
any other specs for this phone other then on this page
Whatcha looking for? I can see what I can dig up.
http://www.motorola.com/us/consumers/MOTOROLA-ATRIX% ... »

I'm looking to upgrade very soon. It's a toss up between this one and the sony xperia ion.
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tschlicht

Jul 12, 2012, 4:04 PM

scree mirroring?

No WebTop isn't a big deal. But does this also mean that you can hook up an HDMI cable and mirror the screen without a stupid media dock???
Technically, you should be able to. It has the miniHDMI port, so if your computer is capable.... it should work.
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Vmac39

Jul 12, 2012, 4:09 PM

Certain Phones, Really?

When the Atrix first launched, I don't recall any Motorola phones that could use the lapdock. At least, they never advertised it. Besides, for those who spent the $400 for the phone and dock combo, do any of the newer Moto phones work for it? Just seems like a waste of customers money to me if it doesn't.
stevoe101

Jul 10, 2012, 8:40 PM
over in the "Motorola Atrix HD" discussion:

Flash support

Im assumng this motorola doesnt have flash? anyone have any idea? I saw HTML 5,
flash is being phased out. i think i saw an article where it said you can download the most recent version of flash from the market. but there wont be any furth updates or revisions for security.
 
 
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