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Discussion in 'Motorola Droid 2' started by technotard, Apr 15, 2011.

  1. technotard

    technotard New Member

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    I just got a Droid 2. As you can see from my handle, I am that. Not real good with technology, I got this thing for my growing business.
    The main question I have is I noticed when I'm talking with someone on the phone, if I try and browse the web or navigate while the call is taking place, it takes FOREVER to load the info. I am not really happy about it as that is one of the main reasons I got a smart phone. If this is just the way it is, I may go back and get the iPhone.
     
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    Its like that with all 3g phones from my understanding. Besides, why are you trying to surf while talking anyways, say what's needed then hangup and surf imo.

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  3. hookbill

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    D2 works on the CDMA network. It cannot call and use the web at the same time unless you are connected to wifi.
     
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    Only att and t mobile can do simultaneous data and talking. Gsm networks. UNLESS, you have the thunderbolt.

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    If you're on wifi, you can't talk on the phone at all.
     
  6. louy99

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    That's not true.

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  7. louy99

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    You can always root your phone and overclock for faster processing and get free wifi tethering!

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    Then tell me how when I'm at home connected to my wifi I am able to talk on my phone?



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  9. louy99

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    I don't know man. I never messed with my settings. I'm always connected to my wifi and make and receive calls. Can anyone shed light on this?

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