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Try Evernote. It's pretty awesome.
Is there a way to configure Locale so that when I am at home, I don't have to swipe my finger every time to unlock the screen?
Wi-Fi works fine, I can still call people, but for some reason my 3G connection isn't working.
True. But then again, Google still had Gmail was in "beta" until recently. Although Google Maps Navigation did just come out with Android 2.0.
I believe a Mint.com app is coming out soon. I think that should sync with Quicken, since I'm pretty sure Quicken bought Mint.
Anyone have any good stories where your Droid came in extra handy in your day-to-day life?
I took out my battery and put it back in. That seemed to do the trick. Thanks!
I just did a factory reset but now I can't sign in using my Google account. Every time it tells me "You don't have a network connection."
I know that if you exchange your Droid for a new one, your applications will be preserved with your Google account. But are your application...
Wait, there's not just audio, but video too? Where can you find video of the show online?
Does Verizon give you 30 days to take it back if it's defective?
And do you think they would even have refurbs to give you this early?
Does anyone happen to know if Verizon gives you a brand new unit or a refurbished one?
So if you have to replace your Droid, you're probably going to get a refurbished one?
Wait, so do your apps transfer or not?
If you exchange your Droid, do all your applications transfer over? What about your application settings?
Two days? I thought Verizon gives you 30 days.
Really? They won't make me demonstrate the problem or anything? Because while it happens frequently, I don't think I could get it to crash on command.
Purchased it a few days ago, everything works fine except:
It started making a bunch of weird crackly noises for about 30 seconds, then rebooted...