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It's probably an issue w/ Adobe Flash. I run into the same problem w/ multiple browsers.
Who said anything about rooting?
The reason you'd want to "force" 3G only is if you are in an area that does not have 4G service. The Droid 4 has...
Are you using a 3rd party text messaging app? They seem to have problems handling the message delivery notification Verizon sends back in my...
Something to remember is that as you remove other things that use the battery, the percentage used by what's left will increase. What those...
You will most likely get some other good responses by asking in the Droid 4 forum. This one is actually for the original Motorola Droid, model A855.
To change to a new destination, hit the menu button, then "More", then "Set Destination".
Check out the thread on kfazz's JB build in the Moto Droid Development section of the XDA forums. The fix should be there.
Add the number as a contact. Before you save it (or go back in to edit it), hit the menu button and check "Send to voicemail". That's the closest...
Kfazz over on XDA is still working on ICS for the OG Droid.
What you're trying to do is not possible. The Droid A855 is a CDMA phone and does not use a SIM card.
Download the LTE OnOff app from the Play Store. It will take you directly to the menu where LTE can be disabled. Choose the CDMA auto (PRL) option.
I believe it's the "OK" button.
If you haven't fixed it yet, search for a 6.13.2189 system dump and copy the file into the correct directory. You might also have to change the...
Depending on how many programs are running on your phone, the launcher may have been removed from memory and the delay is from it reloading.
Read my previous post that's only two before yours.
Look closer at the screenshot. That's a CyanogemMod 9 alpha build, which I believe is still GB based.
There is another way to turn off LTE, but there are a few steps involved. Using the app AnyCut, create a shortcut to the Programming Menu. Launch...
You'll have better luck asking in the Droid 2 sub-forum. This one is for the original Droid.
You'll have better luck asking in the forum specifically for the Droid X2. This one is for the original Motorola Droid, model A855.
I doubt a Verizon store will have spare backs. Contact Motorola directly. I remember they had backs for the Droid 1 for a very reasonable price.