Discussion in 'Droid Razr and Razr Maxx ICS discussion' started by coolbreeze704, Jun 23, 2012.
Howe many of you have done a reset and had it fix issues? Looks like i might have no choice...
I never did a FDR I'm still running very smooth
My wifi cuts in and out terribly, and my voice search only works half the time
I recommend you do one
Can someone let me know if its possible to change the application shortcuts on the lock screen?
Sent from my DROID RAZR using DroidForums
updated on sat. and everything has worked flawlessly. Battery is as good or better than it was on GB. Very impressed so far. My phone also seems to be faster and run smoother. Very happy with this update
Jrize, the only one I have been able to change is the txt app. If you disable the stock txt app, it will change to the txt app you are using.
So far I'm not really having issues. Right after the install, the battery drained fairly quickly, but I ran it down to 15% charge last night and charged it full (while off) overnight. Today it seems to be better.
I am using mixture of smart actions and JuiceDefender. I listened to a few podcasts (2-3 hours total) while I mowed and did yardwork today as well.
What do y'all think?
Sent from my DROID RAZR using Tapatalk 2
I updated to the new system today. So far i'm good with it. The only thing i really don't like they made it so when you clear your notifications they all clear at once you can't clear one at a time like you could before the update.
I have not read through the entire thread so this may have been brought up but for me the official ota 211 was horrible on 3g. It was literally unusable. I know many others had the same problems so hopefully there well be a fix soon. Until then i went backwards to the 209 leak because it runs perfectly.
Sent from my DROID RAZR using Xparent Purple Tapatalk 2
I like Ics on my Razr so far. One thing I don't like is that long pressing on a home page brings up menu for wallpaper only and not to add apps or shortcuts like GB. Am I right or wrong?
You can, just swipe them left or right to dismiss.
Separate names with a comma.