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Discussion in 'Motorola Droid Bionic' started by rumblee1, Aug 14, 2012.

  1. rumblee1
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    Well, we might have to wait a little longer for 4.0, but would rather wait for a bug free version than a messed up one.
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    Longer does not equal bug free, or even fewer bugs. I bet our bug list will be very similar to the Razr bug list. I think the D4 was moved ahead of us because they are still selling it, that makes financial sense for both Moto and VZ. Don't care about the wait, I am running it already and am very happy with it.
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    I couldn't agree more. 238 is running great for me.
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    Why do they have to bother even releasing it, 3/4 of the people who know there is a problem with GB are running a leak of some variant anyway. The rest are probally ver happy with their phone or are about to upgrade to a new one at this point to begin with.
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    Yea it is true that moto and verizon really have no reason to even release it at all. They no longer sell or carry the bionic anymore. They could care less.

    So theres only one solution if you really want ics: leak.
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    eh i would rather not have it than have a "fake" version of ICS leaks are only guesses as to what the real ICS will actually be just my opinion of course. :biggrin:
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    Funny how our “fake" ics leaks are better and more stable than the official ics on the razr....

    Our leaks are not fake ics, theyre the real deal, son.
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    I can't believe Samsung is going to be rolling out jelly bean on the 29th for the sg3 unbelievable that phone just came out! And we are still waiting on ics.
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    Some people who are WAY smarter than me are pulling the ICS versions off of Motorola's servers. They are genuine ICS builds just not released to the general public.
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    Android needs to get it's act together with all this upgrade frag. I know it's the carriers fault but come on. Someone needs to step up *cough*cough**google
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    I agree. Lol
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    The Bionic has been pushed aside since its inception. I totally agree with you!

    Sent from my DROID BIONIC using Tapatalk 2
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    Our buglist, based on leaks (232 since th:e day it leaked...and all the previous ones) is NON- EXISTENT.....c'mon tonik :)
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    Well my battery life is atrocious. That's the only problem I see.
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    That particular thing does seem to be about 50/50....mine is great...light use today...off charger 4 hrs and still at 80+%
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    Agreed, AGREE. LETS GO GOOGLE.
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    Took mine off about an hour and a half ago. Sent a few texts, checked Facebook. Google's something, used DROID forums just now, down to about 65%. I happen to be one of the ones who got clocked to 1.2.. don't know if that has anything to do with it. Battery life is noticeably worse than GB, even with the same or less amount of use.
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    There's days where mine is great, others where its poor on battery life. I froze a lot of the bloat. Turned off my automatic push. One thing that I know is I'm on the very edge of 4g. It switches back and forth a lot. But I have an extended battery and three standard battery for just this reason. Even picked up a Motorola battery charger just to keep them all charged.

    I picked up 2 standard batteries on amazon for like $3.29 a piece plus shipping. The charger was like $15 bucks, it's small and works well. Small investment for just in case.
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    The little moto dual usb icecube charger is really a thing of beauty, as is the p893 portable power pack.
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    Yes the p893 is what I have, accepts a few different types of batteries. I work in a factory in the middle of no where. So my phone eats batteries there. I keep the charger in my truck with a battery in it till I'm in need. Just swap it out, fresh battery in phone and dead one in the charger. Charges the extended battery too which is a plus. So at all times I have three fresh batteries at my disposal.