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Discussion in 'Motorola Droid' started by jwd45244, Oct 31, 2009.
ok thanks for the correction
I am totally browsing the internet, and texting....at the same time as talking to my wife on speakerphone...it may not work with Bluetooth, haven't tried that yet. It did give me an error on the first try, but it worked on the second. So I think its just buggy.
Also, the phone DOES have pinch zoom just not in default Apps. The Picasa app for instance supports pinch zoom.
Are you signed into WIFI also?
Lol wait until you see how much they charge for calls....far cheaper to get a cheap unlocked dumb gsm handset and use a local sim for trvale use.
How about the issue with visual voicemail not being able to get voicemail when wifi is enabled. Other carriers don't havent this issue. Visual voicemail also doesn't play the voicemail through my car bluetooth either.
More importantly, Exchange support very limited. Can't search for emails, can't sort email (check out your sent items folder... you'll see), can't accept vcard, notes in contacts doesn't scroll (so when you have long notes on a contact you can't easily view it) can't open html etc... will the exchange issues be resolved by google or verizon or motorola? The HTC android phones (even at 1.5) doesn't have these exchange issues.
The probably will be a GSM Droid coming to Germany. It is still rumor. It is not out. The current Motorola Droid is a Verizon-only CDMA phone.
BZZZZt sure it's not 'actually' in the stores but it sure aint a 'rumour'.
Add to this:
The Droid does not play baseline H.264 video correctly. Baseline H.264 allows reordered P frames which the Droid does not support. It supports reordering of P frames only when the H.264 video is Main profile. This bug for Baseline profile needs to be fixed asap to support a wide variety of baseline videos.
Note that iPhone 3G and 3GS does implement Baseline H.264 correctly.
Do any of you see any issues in my using my Droid's wireless in Europe? I know the phone is not a GSM phone. I am pretty sure I can get a cheap phone card. What I really want is to surf the internet ... emails... check stock quotes ... with out incurring any data charge. As long as I connect to a wireless hotel signal or free wireless along the way what if any issues will I run in to?
You should be good for internet and email using the hotel or other source wifi in europe without any data charges and you are right, plenty of phone cards on the cheap. Have a good trip!