Total newbie here...

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions & Site Assistance' started by slurpee0622, Sep 2, 2010.

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    Hello everyone!!!!

    I am the proud owner of a Verizon (motorola) droid. I have owned this phone for about a year and I love it. I think my model # is A855? Anyway, I do know that I am running android 2.2 but thats about all I know.

    The other day a friend of mine was bragging about how super fast his phone is. He also has a droid of some sort. He was talking about ROMs? and tweaking his phone to get the most out of it. Well, I decided I would become a member of this forum and see what I could learn on my own. I would greatly appreciate it if someone could sort of take me under their wing and tell me what I should do first.

    I'm serious when I say that I have no idea where to start.
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    Welcome!

    Link 1 in my sig to learn (please read). Then link 3 to root.

    Enjoy, and everyone here will be happy to help if you get stuck:)
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    Welcome! Glad you joined us. I support the previous post. If you plan to root prepare by reading, reading, and reading some more. Make notes and f you have questions post and the community will reply. Finally, if you decide to root the community will be here to assist you with every step.

    Mike