Gotta love Ubuntu.
I gotta say, now that I have everything set up again, this phone absolutely freaking flies on .247. Of course, some of that may be due to my "unplanned" factory reset, but in any event I've never seen my Bionic perform like this. It's definitely another step up from the earlier ICS builds IMO. Even my Quadrant scores are higher than before (I'm not overclocked, although I did get the 1.2GHz bump). No lag whatsoever on Nova Launcher and zero redraw. If it stays this way I could easily see myself using this phone for another year or more. And with JB possibly around the corner, things are really looking up for the long-suffering Bionic community. Now if Moto can just get this release out the door....
Ok, finally caught up on this darn thread, and now it's later than I'd prefer to start the upgrade from .232 to .247.... Would you all mind not filling another 20 pages for me to read tomorrow so I can get on with this?
Stock browser? Or is this Dolphin?Quote:
Originally Posted by Phasedroid
Dolphin Browser is rather stupid when it comes to Google results. You'll search something, click a link, try to go back to the search results by tapping the back button, instead it'll delete your tab entirely. As far as I know for Dolphin, there is no fix.
I want to see how good battery life is on 247 for the standard battery. Ploped it in and DAMN I forgot how light/slim the Bionic was!
NO! There's still a bug in ICS. Might not be critical for some folks but it is for me. Hopefully I'll get accepted into the soak test (got in before with 902/905) so I can tell moto about it.
The bug is while streaming audio over Bluetooth the phone randomly reboot. It's done it twice to me within 30 mins. Which is worse then it was on 232 or I guess 246 (was only on it a day)
I do not have a bluetooth that is capable of streaming audio other than calls, so I have yet to have the same issue as you, have you tried reinstalling the update you are on? I have read on the Moto forums that an FDR has a 98% chance of fixing your problem, just remember to backup your data and such first, unless you are like me and don't mind resetting up your phone, and since I don't play that many games on my phone having to restart them doesn't bother me as well.
Also, can anyone verify if they have unlocked the ability to turn off the LTE signal on the phone like we could in GB, and on a side note been playing around in the Dev Options on the phone, I love them.