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Discussion in 'Motorola Droid Bionic' started by luddy, May 20, 2013.
or does anyone else think the Droid Bionic is the biggest POS they ever bought for a phone?
Its just you...
I actually like my Bionic a lot. I may be the weirdo here, but I was thankful it had a locked boot loader. I think every Android newby should have a locked boot loader. As a result I was able to safely learn what I know now, with the risk of a hard brick. Now that Ive graduated to an unlocked boot loader I know what to do to not brick my phone. Also, I think it got a bad deal because they released the Razr right on its heels.
I liked mine and my buddy still likes his!
Maybe because mine is still stock? Mine is so laggy ever since going to ICS and now JellyBean. ICS actually got better after awhile but now I think I am back to the lag again. Been on JB for about a month now (?) and did a factory reset and cleared cache. Just sooooooo slow to do stuff like read a text message or make a call, get the keyboard to come up. etc.
I am done with the bastard bionic! Wednesday is upgrade day. Trying to figure out what's next. Would go straight to the dark side bit can't talk and surf on iPhone. May go back to att for iPhone that can talk and surf.
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Mine's going strong. Once the data drop issues got solved it's been flawless. I did just buy a new battery. After 20 months the original battery was only good for half a day. But a $9.99 OEM battery from Amazon has solved that problem.
I love my bionic. My first smart phone in fact and I love if
Agreed, the lag on ICS and Jelly Bean is unbearable. Did factory reset. Got bad agin. Verizon is slow on getting HTC ONE, so I am stuck for awhile. I think Motorola did a bad job on the JB and ICS ports
I think I will grab a Samsung Galaxy S4...a few more months of this Motorola crapware.
I still love my bionic. It is better than ever on jb. Just the fact that they are still developing ROMs and such for the bionic tells me that I'm not the only one that still loves it. Long live bionic.