Turbo +Marshmallow

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid Turbo' started by sugee, Oct 15, 2015.

  1. bigbadwulff

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    Hopefully it won't *#*! the phone up like lollipop did recently to my MotoX.

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    MOD note: My OCD is in high gear today. I've changed the thread title so that Marshmallow is spelled properly.
     
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    Thank you. It bothered me also :)

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    I let it slide when the thread was created, because I tend to be "that guy" too often and I've fought it every time it popped back onto my recent feed, but I couldn't take it anymore this morning.

    No offense to the OP.
     
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    Never take offense in getting something right. Wouldn't you correct if someone gave wrong advice on how to fix a phone?
    I don't understand why those that can't spell and use horrible grammar can't take being corrected. Isn't it the same thing? Just getting things correct?

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    Not to take this thread further off-topic, but I've got the perfect example. I was having a bad day a while back and my cousin posted something with terrible grammar and bad spelling on Facebook. I corrected it in the comments. He sends me a PM there saying thanks for the help, but please send him a message next time. I let him know I was in a crappy mood and didn't really care either way. He came back with something else and accused me of making him look like an idiot. I informed him that he did that all on his own with the original post.

    I'm not perfect, by any means, but I can't believe what passes for English by some people.
     
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    I know a lot of people were not happy with Lollipop on the Moto X (2013), the Moto forum was all a buzz before the upgrade arrived and now it's quiet and dark, lots of disappointed poeple. Here is something I have noticed: the second major OS upgrade sometimes kills off a phone. My Bionic was great on the original version, and then OK on the first upgrade...then it was terrible on the second upgrade. My RAZR M (all 4 of them) were great on the original version...just OK on the first OS upgrade and then horrible on KK. Maybe the battery is just too old and worn out by the time the second OS upgrade happens? Anyone else notice the same thing in recent years?
     
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    Amen! My Nexus 7 2012 has suffered a similar fate. Ran fine on Jellybean, was OK on KitKat. Now, it's on its last legs with Lollipop. I'm not sure whether I'm glad or not that it's not supposed to get Marshmallow.

    Some times it runs just fine, others there's terrible lag. An FDR didn't do much if anything for it. I can still do my nightly reading of ebooks on it, which is just about all I've used it for for several years, but I won't be surprised when it fails to even allow me to do that.
     
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    Since it seems to be a common theme in recent years, why do people scream and yell and fuss about OS upgrades so much? if it's just going to kill your phone, why not just leave the OS alone and be happy the phone still works correctly. I could care less about 6.0 on my Turbo....it works fine on Lollipop and don't want it to start dying off just because of a new Android OS that does not have many improvements.
     
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    With the MotoX the phone worked essentially OK on lollipop. Except for optimizing apps nearly every time you turned the phone off and back on. Mine suffered having the phone contact list showing emails instead of phone numbers. No tech could fix it. So they offered an early upgrade to... a phone near its end of life... the Turbo.

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    I'd like to give you a good answer, but I've got the sickness myself.

    Idk. I'm not sure if I like to be on the bleeding edge, or what, but I love me some updates. Maybe it's the joy of constant evolving and watching things progress. I've been around android since the G1. I'm an OG and I remember exactly where we came from, so I get excited to jump to the next version of where we're going.

    I flashed Lollipop on my N7 manually. Decided not to wait for the OTA.

    I do similar with apps. I have them set to auto-update over wifi, but more often than not, I go in and check, see updates available, check changelogs where I actually care to see what's changed, and update all.
     
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    I would not say its near end of life.....its still an awesome phone....still relevant IMHO.

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