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Discussion in 'Motorola Droid X' started by kook, Sep 8, 2010.
Told me I had to wait 3 days before I can touch it so she can get used to it.
Sorry man... she let me touch it right away :icon_ banana:
Oh... you mean her X :icon_eek:
Well, my wife got her X today, and I've spent the last three hours setting it up and trickin' it out. She just said" make it cool, like yours" and went to bed.:icon_eek:
haha "make it cool"...sounds about like my wife. Gotta love women's understanding (or misunderstanding) of tech :heart:
Not fair.... I get my X tomorrow and I know nothing about modifying it...scared to root(convinced I'm gonna break it)...and my husband knows even less than I do. Wish I could hand mine to someone to fix and go to bed. Looks like I'll be sticking with all the standard configurations that come on the phone. My only hope of fixing anything is an official froyo release sometime in the next decade.
Well....I don't get to play just yet.....but a good thing is that she'll be able to see how much I am going to improve it.
Well Miss RN....just send it to me and I'll hook it up for you .
Wish I could.... I really think I might have bought a phone that is just way too masculine and way to over my head. I am coming from a blackberry and there were more themes available than I could count and none of them involved rooting my phone or doing anything to void my warrenty. I really just want a phone that is personalized for me and works well....starting to think that thats too much to ask of a phone geared so specifically to men.
Is this the Pimp yer Droid thread?
Call your local Verizon store (a corporate retail store, not an authorized reseller), and ask to set up a Device Specialist appointment. Make an appointment, and a certified specialist will take a half hour or more to teach you the ins and outs of the phone, show you some cool apps, and answer any of your questions. It's free of charge and comes with any Verizon smartphone you purchase. Best of all, they don't work off of commission so you won't be pestered with "buy this accessory" or "sign up for this service" unless they actually see it as a benefit for your needs. Maybe you and your husband should both go.
I used to be a Device Specialist and I have taught 80 year old women how to use a Droid, so don't think you can't be helped. Good luck.
haha, made me laugh
She has to sleep sometime......