Retired Moto DROID 1

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  1. harlock

    harlock Member

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    I'll be moving over to a D3 today, and will be keeping my original Moto D1 (it's in great shape). Though this unit will not be active to make calls, I should still be able to use apps on the phone that just utilize the hardware, correct?

    Some examples I'm thinking about are apps like:

    - Bubble Level
    - Ghost Radar
    - Notes
    - Synthesizer apps
    - TriCorder

    And I should still be able to use this retired D1 as a WiFi device when I want, right?
     
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    Absolutely!!

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  3. harlock

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    That's just brilliant! I'm glad I can still put the device to use.
     
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    Plus we should be able to enjoy new ROM's if they are developed - correct? I will eventually be upgrading to the Bionic and was wondering about the Droid 1. Thanks for creating this topic.

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    Over wifi you can even text with a google voice acct.