Lollipop Hold Out

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  1. jkaod

    jkaod Gold Member

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    FoxKat always likes to be on the cutting edge.
     
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    They can come visit me. If they knock nicely, I'll invite you them in. If they don't knock, Smith & Wesson has my back.
     
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    Right?
    So what if someone gets my phone!?!?

    - As soon as it is out of range of my watch or my Trusted Places it will lock
    - Android Device Manager, I can wipe it
    - Android Device Manager, I can track it and I'll know if they are coming to my house. haha
    - If they somehow get past my screen lock, and Factory Reset to foil Android Device Manager... they've just lost any info about me

    Trust me, I've always been anti-screen lock, I get it.
    I've never used one until the Turbo came with Trusted Devices and I got a watch. And now with KK Trusted Places? Pffft.
     
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    I was with you. I was holding out as well since the Turbo on KitKat was about perfect! After delaying the download for a few weeks it did it on it's on this past Monday. I decided to bite the bullet and install it. Other than a few visual tweaks I'm not excited about there have been no issues to speak of yet.... Just hope it stays that way!
     
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    I'm still hesitant, I wish everyone well with their experience with Lollipop and I know sooner or later I'll have to succumb to the update. I'm not ready for the changes ahead, I still feel the burn from Gingerbread to Ice Cream Sandwich updates.

    Did most perform a factory reset before or after the OS update?
     
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    Always before. Haven't had a problem with any updates to this date.
     
  7. MarBearCat

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    I have never done a FDR and hopefully never will have to. Still resisting the
    Dark Side of the lollipopper.
     
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    not much excitement here. .not really clear on the cons and pros of updating to lollipop. with Kitkat I'm really fine with it so..
     
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    Good to know I'm not the only one still holding out. I really wish they would not force these updates on us, I like my Turbo as it is on Kit Kat.
     
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    Look around these forums, guys. Not many complaints at all. I really believe, for the first time IME, Motorola got an update right. I really believe it is why it took so long to roll out. They really wanted to nail it after they blew the Update for the Maxx/Razr HD.

    While I agree updates should not be forced and in fact, you should be able to roll back, this is one case where someone got it right. It's a SOLID update that makes an already high end phone feel even more so.

    Having said that: don't update because I said so! :D
     
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  11. MarBearCat

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    Ooooooooooh no you dont!

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    So, I've thought about updating to Lollipop this weekend. In the past I've always performed a factory data reset before a OS install. Now, I have a large enough collection of Moto 360 watch faces that I don't want to lose. Is there any proven way to save these Facer watch faces?
     
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