Major Issues with my X2

Discussion in 'Droid X2 Tech Support' started by josg21, May 22, 2011.

  1. nubia

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    Just purchased it thank you very much. Is there anything else i should know about this? Or any other useful features?
     
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    damn. I have an "unrooted" phone... What do i do now? How do i root my phone?
     
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    You can also use Bloat Freeze. Doesn't have other features of Titanium but is free.

    Google "Gingerbreak android phone" and you'll be able to root it easily.
     
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    i just did this and find many ways to do this. which one or is there an app i should get and use? you may email me one if you would. I really appreciate your assistance.
     
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    i also searched for "bloat freeze" and says its .99 is that the one? i dont mind paying for a good app if it will work for me.. for the record i did purchase the titanium app. but, its for a rooted phone which i dont have YET
     
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    Yeah you're right, I've been using it for so long I'd actually forgotten it wasn't free. But yeah that's the one. Unfortunately you'll still need a rooted phone to use it.

    Rooting a phone is easier than ever now. Seriously just search for the gingerbreak method and you'll be rooted in 5-10 minutes. It's also easily UNrootable though I promise you won't regret it.

    Sadly it seems for our phones we must either root or suffer to lag.
     
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    thank you very much i do want to do it, would you possibly have a link to a trust worthy place so i can follow directions on how to do it? I really appreciat it
     
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    Is this really true? I moved my apps from my DInc to my X2 without a problem. The one exception was Angry Birds which freaked out when I tried to run it after the restore. I had to delete it and install fresh from the market to get it working.

    Some of my apps had precious user data that I had to move over from my old phone so luckily it worked 99% of the time.

    Eric
     
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    It's generally not a good idea. You don't know what is being overwritten on the new device that might have a newer version on the phone. You'll also have random quirks that might not show up right away, a perfect example being Angry Birds in this case. What if that was an app you didn't use very often and didn't notice it not working until a few months down the road after an OTA update? You might think it was the OTA update causing the problem.

    It's usually best to start from scratch and reinstall the apps, keeping the "save" data to restore where applicable/possible. Less headaches later on, but to each their own.
     
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    Droid x2 problems... Very slow to change screens, random shutdowns (4-5 per day since I got it last week), bluetooth dropping device connection. Very frustrating.
     
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    my only dx2 problem is the low RAM and but I don't know if I can detect any slower "snappiness" on the phone. Other than that I think I will keep it and wait for updates...
     
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