Here's my story about the above subject. I purchased the DROID X (X) 5 1/2 months ago and at first loved it, although a little confusing being new type of phone to me. 3 monhs and 3 weeks later, the phone just died. Went to VZW store they called tech people and were confused. Sent me my second X, 1st certified used x. That x certified lasted one week. 2nd X certified lasted one day. All the same problem. Battery super hot then dead. Had to persuade VZW store manager, very nice person, to get a new X or a another new type of phone. She stated that VZW does not stock new phones, just certified used. I said Verizon is a big boy now and they can't afford to trade me for a new phone after three X's? She made a call and ordered me, overnight throu... (continues)
- What is "Sleep Mode", and when should it be used? (as opposed to completely turning off)
- Is there a way to add a pause, followed by your 4-digit pin, to your voicemail preset? This was possible in all my previous non-Android phones, and I find it hard to believe this would not be an option in Android.
- I'm happy with Android 2.3, and wondering if Launcher Pro really improves the experience a lot. I figure if it ain't broke, don't fix it (but am always open to advice/suggestions)...
- I upgraded from the LG Ally, and one of the things I liked about that phone was it came with a full-screen calendar widget. Does the Droid X have this, and if not, can I download one from the market? What calendar is the best?
OKay, I just got this phone and out of the box it says android version 2.2.2, build number4.4.1_274_dtn-14.8
It looks just like 2.3 on a droid x, but Im concerned that mine may have a glitch in it. So far I have to pull the charger out to get the phone to update the percentage that it is at and it has power cycled once already. What do yours say under phone info? I checked for updates and none are available.
Is this a common problem or do I just have a bunk phone?
if you have the original droid X like i do..there really is no reason. only things that are different are the dual core processor(which is nice but not enough to switch) and the droid X 2 does not have a camera button which is a nice feature..sorta. l... (continues)
I got the Droid-X the day it released and I love it. I agree that upgrading to the X2 is NOT worth it if you already have the Droid-X. I do not plan to upgrade until Verizon releases a decent LTE phone (possibly Motorola Targa). While waiting for a go... (continues)
Well I've got a two year old lg env touch its a nice phone but its getting long in the tooth and I would rather replace it before it fails. I want a android phone and the fact the 95% of the droid x2 software is the same as droid X as nice because its... (continues)
I agree with the people that say that there really isn't a difference. It may have fixed some of the original X's issues (I never had the original) but I can say the X2 IS a WHOLE lot better. I can also say that Motorola and Verizon probably put this ... (continues)
I upgraded from the X to the X2 out of necessity. (Long story) I would not upgrade if I did not HAVE to. I would rather have the Droid X with the Gingerbread update than the X2 without it. I chose the X2 because there is no 4G in the area and none o... (continues)