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Discussion in 'Droid RAZR M' started by Davidjr0810, Dec 8, 2012.

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    Any tips tricks to making my razr m fast and keeping it that way? Apps to avoid apps to get? Any tips for keeping it smooth would be appreciated
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    Not sure how much help it is but I make sure to re-boot my phone at least once a week.
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    I shall thank you sir!!!
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    Don't get too over loaded with apps, especially ones that update. Keep widgets to a minimum. Don't run live wallpapers. And if you run another launcher, delete all you can from the native(Homescreen) launcher.
    - I've heard not to run an antivirus but you have to make up your mind on that one.
    - App killers may slow you down also
    I also kill the scrolling wallpaper option.
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    Really app killers? Well that kinda defeats the purpose huh?! Thanks
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    Is anyone else stumped on how to move apps to SD card? Or know how?
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    Really. With Android you don't need them anyway. Yup.......really.
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    Wow learn something new every day
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    Davidjr0810,
    I have read about a few options for transferring apps to SD-card, all successful methods I have read about basically involve the two primary steps referenced below:
    The process not a simple as one would hope, but ...
    A method that's been proven on other Razr M's to move our apps to sd as follows:
    first: partition your sd card
    then: install and use link2sd

    http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1432459

    Please post back on successful methods you may find.
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    I will thank you! Before this I had a droid x man those were simpler times I love this phone but some of this stuff is more complicated than I'd like.
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    Had a DX also. Wonder how many of us there are.
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    Not running an antivirus leaves you open for risks tho. Especially if you use your phone as a computer. Lookout security doesn't slow me down one bit and I've ran that since the OG Droid and Eris days. But to each his own. I guess I'm being spoiled by my Nexus on running certain things and it by far keeping speed and smoothness. Hope the M is the same or close being that's part of my daughters Christmas.
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    I like it it a lot I've gotten it plenty fast since. Its a great phone!
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    Don't know I was quite content with mine. But surprised on what I was missing when I finally got this phone
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    Likewise. This thing is pretty quick. Easy to use. And battery life...wow! 23 hours 15% left this time around.
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    I agree, from where I came from, the RAZR M is much, much faster! I was a previous ten-year US Cellular customer using the Motorola Electrify/Photon--POS phone. I am with Verizon now.
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    Yeah I'm at 33% right now and decent use. And man I love me some smart actions!
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    Just ordered 2 razr m to replace my DX and wifes DX2. Seems like a natural progression for X owners.
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    Someday there'll be a RAZR X and we'll be on that like moss on a Mississippi stump
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    What is there of interest in a "Razr X"?
    Key Lime Pie will most likely not be out for a a while.
    The Razr-i with 2.0GHz processor has been out for a while now.
    The Razr-M-HD will most likely be the next version of the M for us here in the U.S. (probably still running JB-4.1 I suspect w/dual 1.5GHz same as the M, but possibly/hopefully a 3.3Ah battery).
    Personally, I'd be pleased to just see JB-4.2 for the M.

    Curious to here what on the M leaves you "wanting" for an "X" version?
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