iPhone 4S--But always looking at Androids
Honestly lol im worried about you, from the sounds of it in here u almost sound 50/50. I love Moto and thier new phone looks sweet but lets dont kid ourselves, the Note 2 kills it. So yeah friends dont let friends buy Moto, no going to Verizon for you until the Note 2 is out hahaOriginally Posted by pc747
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Current lineup: Note 3, iPhone 5S, Note 10.1 2014
Previous smartphones: Note 2, Galaxy S3, One X, RAZR MAXX, Galaxy Nexus, Rezound, Note, iPhone 4S, Bionic, Stratosphere, Charge, Vitality, Incredible 2, Thunderbolt, Palm Pixi Plus, Droid 3, Fascinate, Incredible, Droid Pro, Droid 2 Global, Droid X, Droid, Treo Pro, Touch Pro 2, Touch Pro, Q9m, XV6800, XV6900
Previous tablets: iPad Mini, Transformer TF300, Evo View, Transformer Prime, Transformer TF101, Thrive, gTablet
I plan on getting a new device soon. My Bionic is rock solid in everything it does.
The other day my Father bought the GS3 and I got to use it without a security tether bolted to the back of it. It's a beautiful phone. But I think I'm gonna get the Motorola Razor Maxx HD, the biggest reason is the enormous battery life from the factory.
I have a 64GB sdxc sandisk memory card in my Bionic now with my entire CD collection and thousands of photos. I wanted to make a backup copy of the sd card in case I have to format it in the new phone. I plugged in the usb cable to the computer and phone, and opened up the sd card on the computer screen. I tried right clicking on it hoping it would give me the option to copy/move it to my computers hard drive, it did not give me that option. I clicked on properties and it showed the pie chart of the sd card. It said it is FAT32 format, which makes total sense because that's how I had to mount and format the card when I bought it.
Unable to do what I wanted to do, I discovered I might not need to do it. If the razor Maxx HD is compatible with fat32 format, it should just work. Am I correct????
I still would like to know how to back up my SD Card files onto a hard drive. Anyone have any experience with this and any suggestions???
Could this be what vzws super phone look like.
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