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    They put out a version of VPN anyconnect that work with the RAZR!!!!

    It also work with the firefox app in the phone, however it seems the lapdock "webtop" app
    remembers the DNS settings from before the vpn connection. Any ideas on how to force it to
    refresh?
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    Just checked my order status and it still sales in processing check back tomorrow. I imagine I will be getting an email saying they cancelled the order soon since they kick them out after 7 days. Makes me sad, I want to check this thing out.
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    Power on the lapdock

    Does anyone who has one of these agree with this statement from the manual:

    "Your phone starts to charge when you attach it, even if your dock is not plugged into a wall outlet." (page 6 of the included manual)

    Mine looks to be charging my phone when dock is attached to AC but when I unplug, charging stops.

    Thanks.
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    My phone charges (says connected to AC) a long as the doc is charged, the lapdoc does not need to be plugged in; it still charges the phone even when the lapdock is in sleep mode with the screen closed.
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    Wasn't impressed with lapdock's performance and sent it back to verizon for refund. Problem was that websites that didn't work on the phone due to flash using up all the memory, weren't working on the dock either. Since my wife likes playing flash based games on her laptop this was a let down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by xeene View Post
    Wasn't impressed with lapdock's performance and sent it back to verizon for refund. Problem was that websites that didn't work on the phone due to flash using up all the memory, weren't working on the dock either. Since my wife likes playing flash based games on her laptop this was a let down.
    I could see that being a problem for some. I wonder if ICS will bring updates to the browsers' functionality.
    For me the ability to use vpn (new razr optimized at the app store) without rooting and go to internal work
    webpages (minimal flash support needed) far out weighs the bells and whistles. There are plenty of gaming
    app options on android that do work for me.
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    Thanks for your input. I think it was all about the lapdock power management settings. Once I changed the settings to maximize the phone battery life, it started charging the phone without the AC plugged in.

    Quote Originally Posted by mcsoul View Post
    My phone charges (says connected to AC) a long as the doc is charged, the lapdoc does not need to be plugged in; it still charges the phone even when the lapdock is in sleep mode with the screen closed.
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    Regarding power management while running on battery alone, there are three power states (I don't have my lapdock with me at the moment; these may not be the exact names):
    1. Maximize Phone Battery - This option uses the lapdock battery to charge the phone and power the display. Phone battery should increase, while lapdock battery will decrease.
    2. Automatic - This option uses BOTH the phone AND lapdock battery. Both batteries will discharge until the phone reaches a charge of 60%, at which point the lapdock will charge the phone.
    3. Maximize Lapdock Battery - This option is similar to Automatic except that the lapdock won't charge the phone until the phone reaches 30% battery.
    Hopefully this clears things up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by buck i View Post
    Regarding power management while running on battery alone, there are three power states (I don't have my lapdock with me at the moment; these may not be the exact names):
    1. Maximize Phone Battery - This option uses the lapdock battery to charge the phone and power the display. Phone battery should increase, while lapdock battery will decrease.
    2. Automatic - This option uses BOTH the phone AND lapdock battery. Both batteries will discharge until the phone reaches a charge of 60%, at which point the lapdock will charge the phone.
    3. Maximize Lapdock Battery - This option is similar to Automatic except that the lapdock won't charge the phone until the phone reaches 30% battery.
    Hopefully this clears things up.
    Thank you! I figured out what each one meant but did not know about there charging at certain percentages. How did you figure that out? I am finding very little useful documentation for this product.

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