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Discussion in 'Motorola Droid' started by rob21974, Nov 10, 2009.
Haven't turned mine off since I got it. I never turn my phone off.
so how exactly do you turn the phone off....
Press and hold the Power/Lock button at the top right edge of the phone. When the Phone Options box comes up, tap Power Off. Confirm and the phone will shutdown.
To power back on, just press the Power/Lock button.
Out of curiosity, why do you want to turn it off? The phone should easily charge to full over night while powered on.
+1 on never turning my phones off unless I'm in a courtroom!
Never turn it off. Why would you want to?
never turn my phone off either. if you need to silence all notifications hit down on the volume button until the screen shows ringer volume with an X next to it. if you're on a plan just hold the power button and then select airplane mode.
my poor black jack never was turned off unless i dropped it. at witch point it flys in to its 3 main peaces. i also never deleted a text for 2 years on it.
I've been putting mine on airplane mode at night when I charge it...that seems to work just fine, and I have used it as an alarm a few times and this has not let me down.
Didn't realize this optioin at first. Press the top right button. Then you get the unlock button and volume slider. If you slide the volume to the left to "x" then not only does it turn off the volume but also the screen and vibration. So if you do get calls at night, they don't wake you up. But the alarm still works.
You can also use the volume to turn the volume all the way down, but the phone will still vibrate if you have that set on.
I'd like to have my phone off while charging so I can charge it for 24 hours the 1st 3x charging the phone.
Since it won't stay turned off while plugged in, I can't do that.
Can't seem to find my quick start guide at the moment, but I seem to recall it saying specifically that the phone will turn itself on while charging. For whatever reason, this sounds like something that was intentional.
Honestly, it sounds to me like kind of a weird thing to be upset about.