No more droid for me

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid X' started by Dsmith, Jan 14, 2011.

  1. Dsmith

    Dsmith Member

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    Bought the droid x 2 weeks ago, that was long enough to decide i didnt like it, so i took it back tonight and exchanged for a LG octane, a easy to use phone. The droid was a nice phone but just too much phone for me, i missed the simplicity of a easy to use phone with a keyboard for texting. Thanks to everyone who helped me out with questions on here.
     
  2. RETG

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    As long as you are happy, that is all that counts. Good luck with the Octane.
     
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    Should of gotten the Droid 2 instead of the X since you wanted a keyboard thats my only suggestion.

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  4. Johnly

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    Let me light a candle of celebration with you........to simple times!
     
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    haha too much phone for me, I likes that
     
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    Wow

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  7. Rocko

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    Nothing wrong with that. Glad people here helped you out.
     
  8. MrKleen

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    If the Octane doesn't have a locked bootloader it could be considered superior to the X.

    Us Motorola owners would give our left marble for the ability to "truly" be able to load custom software!
     
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    RT @Jhyler12

     
  10. BodyBagz

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    Hey, in the end, its all what the user/buyer wants in their device...Android can be a bit of a learning curve for some...

    Hopefully, you will enjoy your new device as much as those of us who have Droid X`s enjoy ours...:)