My only compliants on the x

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid X' started by droidxxx2185, Nov 11, 2010.

  1. droidxxx2185

    droidxxx2185 New Member

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    Yeah I do use it. Its still a pain for me. But im sure ill get used to it.

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    I wish the X had OG Droid style buttons or that of the HTC Evo
     
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    I actually like the hardware buttons. I remember the D1 touch buttons sometimes would not work. The physical buttons seem to always work.

    Wish they were a little bigger.
     
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    The navigation arrows are one of the few things I missed about the OG Droid when I moved up to the X, but I've gotten used to the editing style with regular use.

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    Swype pwnz. For editing, tap close to where you want to edit, the little red dot is an editor. Long press on it, and it brings up a magnify section for cursor placement. Swyping a word is far superior to hunt & peck, no matter how u slice it.
     
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    The new placement of the back button (by far the most used) makes no sense at all. And I think the buttons should use far less pressure. Kinda a pita for one-handed operation. The grasp I use for reaching the top of the screen gives me no leverage to push the back key. So I have to constantly adjust my grasp. Just a little annoyance, but a frequent one. If we had bootloader access, we could at least remap the damned keys.
     
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    I'm so damn tired of the effing droid x slowing down, not responding to any button input and me having to open the battery cover and pull out the battery just to restart it. I feel like throwing this bloated OS across the room and shattering it to pieces. And I thought I hated my iphone 3G.... gRRRRR!@
     
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    Ummm, either you got a dud...or its setup wanky.....cause mine runs perfect, in fact it screams.
     
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    Mine too is blazing fast. You might want to do a software reset on yours if it has slowed down so badly.
     
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