Bought Droid X2 today, was loving it...until I tried listening to music

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid X2' started by doomzmaster, Aug 22, 2011.

  1. brad92

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    They haven't pushed a software update so yes it does.

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    Anyone know how flash is on the Droid Incredible 2? I'm sort of leaning that way now either that or Thunderbolt I'm pretty pissed at Motorola
     
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    Personally, if I was gonna get a 3G phone right now, I would get the Incredible 2. But my next phone is definitely gonna be 4G.

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    I don't think free ram has anything to do with it... If so, I would expect the music player to work worse while running Bluetooth, not be totally and completely skip and hesitation free. Run music through Bluetooth, it's not a fix but a workaround. To the OP, return the phone if you still can.
     
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    I have a DX2 and it seems to be working fine. Although what is a good app for downloading music?? Anyone know?
     
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    I finally called Verizon about the audio issues when playing music and podcasts and made an official complaint. They also transferred me to Motorola so I could do the same with them. Verizon said they knew of the issue. Motorola said they never heard of it. I told both companies about the posts here. I also made an official post at the official Motorola support website. Https://supportforums.motorola.com/thread/57459

    -Dave

    Update: The Motorola support phone number is 1.866.721.5480

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    I'm having no issues with music lagging or skipping. I did update to Gingerbread, but even on FROYO, it worked.

    Just got my X2 yesterday.
     
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    the reason music skips and video lags is because most likely you are using your old 16gb card from another phone. The included 8GB is a faster card, which is supposed to eliminate the lag and skipping. Try that out, and see how it is. i believe that should fix you up, and if not, the X2 is one buggy phone regardless lol
     
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    This has been proven to be not the case, and in fact Motorola has already commented saying they are aware of then problem, it is a software problem (not a hardware problem) and they are working on a fix.
     
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    That's good to know. I tried using Pandora this morning while I was on the treadmill, and couldn't even get it to start playing for 5 minutes. Then it kept stopping, and starting up again. Thought I just had no 3g, but checked, and had 3 bars. Hopefully they get an update out soon to fix some of the minor problems with this phone.
     
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    Hey All. Same problem, but I found a few ways to minimize it. First, I downloaded Pandora Blue 1.3 (search the forums, there is a link). Then I rooted my DX2 and removed all of the Verizon bloatware plus the stock audio player and replaced it with Winamp. For Pandora, there is still a slight delay at start up but nothing like before. No issues playing music files stored on the SD Card or phone with winamp.
     
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