Droid Technical Issue Summary

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid' started by jwd45244, Oct 31, 2009.

  1. ToddP0530

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    Agreed ... the camera is an issue. That's not a hiccup. It is hit or miss and I'm concerned that is a hardware issue and not software, but I would hope for the latter. The pinch zoom seems, to me, by design. I'm guessing VZW, motorola and google all knew the aggressive marketing strategy VZW had in mind and was already undertaking. ATT is suing them for jimminy crickets over a truthful ad (there's a map for that). Yes, there will be flaws, hopefully known fatal.
     
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    There is a compatibility list for android and different models of bluetooth handsets. Google it.

    To my knowledge, Android doesn't support voice dialing yet

     
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    The most troubling issue that I've read about on the Motorola Owners Forum, is that a number of Droids are crashing and rebooting. That seems to be a problem with some, not all. When replaced, the new phones seemed to work fine.
     
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    Here's my #1 issue: I just can't live without being able to accept calendar invites, not having more than one line for a signature (death in my business) and not being able to open vcards as attachments (I get assigned clients this way, also death in my biz on the road).
     
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    Issues with exchange sync

    I would also mention that getting the droid to sync with your corporate exchange server is hit-or-miss, depending on the version of exchange server and patch level they have running. There are many threads on it over at the Motorola support forums, including here and here.
     
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    Seeing as the phone is very new, the apps are very new, they are likely to change. ;). Those are very valid points though. Something that they need to look at for those business users who need things that certain of us plain folk don't. :)
     
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    FYI - Sync works perfectly with the Moto Droid. I dont have to push any buttons on the phone to send it to bluetooth or anything, I just go to "Phone" on my Sync system tell it who I want to call and it makes the call and sends it though the Sync system (just as its done with any other phone I have had Synced to it)
     
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    i heard there are some world versions of the droid
     
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    Slightly incorrect - there is a GSM versions (for everywhere else inthe world apart from the USA) and the Verizon CDMA versions.

    If i had my preference i would get a GSM version (because you can use voice and data at the same time which you cant do with CDMA technology) but i dont want to get a GSM version for use here in NY as ATT and Tmobile have less throuput than Verizon.
     
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    Help!!

    Usb connector only works on one usb plug.
    No flash or led for taking video.
    Cannot edit or select/copy/paste email.
     
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    Haven't read through to see if anyone's addressed this, so if it's a repeat, I apologize...

    The Droid DOES have pinch zoom! download the PicSay app and try it for yourself on any picture.

    What it doesn't have is widespread software support yet.
     
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