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Discussion in 'Motorola Droid Turbo' started by MarBearCat, Jul 26, 2015.
FoxKat always likes to be on the cutting edge.
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.
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.
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!
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?
Always before. Haven't had a problem with any updates to this date.
I have never done a FDR and hopefully never will have to. Still resisting the
Dark Side of the lollipopper.
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..
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.
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!
Ooooooooooh no you dont!
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?