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Moto Maker Will Import iPhone Contact Data to Moto X

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dark.angel

Jan 23, 2014, 3:56 PM
over in the "Motorola Moto X (GSM, 1st gen.)" discussion:

Moto X or Moto G

Wich one will be better Moto X or the Moto G.

The biggest problems is Cash I dont have a lot, so I know the Moto X is much Better that the G but I just Want to know wich one will you guys choose.

Im also think about a Atrix 4G
ralph.el41

Dec 17, 2013, 10:13 AM
over in the "Motorola Moto X (GSM, 1st gen.)" discussion:

Doesnt Support MHL

So I got a MHL adapter to HDMI, and turns out this phone doesnt have MHL, I searched several websites (like GSMarena) and the they say it does, but didnt see the forums, and when I just spent 500 MXN on something cant use, Im Kinda disapointed becuase I had I hopes to make my TV into SmartTV using My Moto X, any sugestions?
bobc74

Oct 17, 2013, 1:01 PM
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While this may

seem like a great idea from a sales perspective it's also yet another way companies can access your information. The whole point of creating an anonymous user ID and secure password is to prevent anyone from accessing your information. Would you be as trusting if Motorola was asking for your debit card PIN? Probably not. So why trust them with access to an account that might be linked to that same debit card for iTunes and App Store purchases? Also don't forget, Motorola is owned by Google. And we all know some of the things Google does with personal information.
...we also know some of the things that Apple does with personal information; giving it to anyone, regardless of your allegiance to one smartphone manufacturer or another, is risky business.

the only additiional risk you're taking on by doing this...
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bobc74 said:
seem like a great idea from a sales perspective it's also yet another way companies can access your information. The whole point of creating an anonymous user ID and secure password is to prevent anyone from accessing
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