lol only way to find out is to talk to the big guys from mymobilerecovery or verizon...but umm i was wondering if this adds any extra charges on top of the TEC charge from verizon...cuz i was reading some of the terms and read something about charges
I downloaded from txt. It works. MR uses Bing maps, but it found me spot on
Droid does some cool and amazing things. Yet it does not do some basic stuff that has been stock on most phones for years. It makes me think the Google developers were marooned in some kind of a 1977 LOST flashback/flashforward/sideways combo reality gameshow
ok can someon clarify things for me since VERIZON REP couldnt...i called and asked if i had TEC because its listed as a service on my bill...but he said i only had the asurion wireless phone protection...but like i said on my bill its listed as Total Equipment Coverage - Advanced Devices
Just set this up on my D2 works great no problems at all. Only thing is if your phone is lost or stolen you need access to a computer to activate all the features.I don't think I'd be chasing a thief trying to get my phone back LOL.I did some tests and the GPS locate is very accurate and the phone lock works great.
Doesnt this sound weird that vzw is offering this just days after the warning issued about the problems with adobe flash and how some devices could crash. Not trying to have a conspiracy theory but it does seem a bit of a coincidence?
I wonder how thorough they tested the contact wipe feature.
Contacts are tied to your gmail account. And when you delete a contact on your phone, it syncs with your gmail account, and is gone from there as well. Hopefully they just nuke the gmail account that your phone was setup with, then remove the contacts...
Has anyone tried the locate function? I installed it on both my son's and my Droids. For both of them, it puts the phone at locations that are not even close to where they actually are. I'm sitting here looking at mine, and it tells me it's well over a mile away. The accuracy circle for mine says 3166 meters and my son's is 2503 meters. Google maps works fine on both phones, and is very accurate. I was hoping to be able to use this if he lost his phone (kids do this too often), but guess an accuracy of 1.5 - 2 miles isn't going to help much.