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Old May 14th, 2011, 07:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Just switched to Bravo, curious about Motoblur

Hi hi, This isn't my very first time on the forum, but I lost the password and deleted the email of my old account, ninjamonkeyrobotpirate. So hi again!

Just switched to At&t, and a Motorola Bravo, from Verizon/Eris. I had literally no signal at home, so I needed a phone service I could actually use. I just activated my phone a couple hours ago, and I have FOUR BARS! And this phone is so much faster than my poor, beleaguered, buggy Eris was.

Really I'm posting because I'm wondering how much you like and use the Motoblur service. It promises to push status updates and contact info into every "text, call" etc... I'm not sure I want that. What if someone borrows my phone? I don't want them seeing my texts to other people. Geez.

So I skipped past the "select accounts to link" screen and just clicked Done when it was setting itself up.

I suppose it could be useful; I just feel like it's going to clutter up my screen and use a lot of data when I really only want updates when I want them.
What's your experience?

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Old May 18th, 2011, 09:42 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Hi hi, This isn't my very first time on the forum, but I lost the password and deleted the email of my old account, ninjamonkeyrobotpirate. So hi again!

Just switched to At&t, and a Motorola Bravo, from Verizon/Eris. I had literally no signal at home, so I needed a phone service I could actually use. I just activated my phone a couple hours ago, and I have FOUR BARS! And this phone is so much faster than my poor, beleaguered, buggy Eris was.

Really I'm posting because I'm wondering how much you like and use the Motoblur service. It promises to push status updates and contact info into every "text, call" etc... I'm not sure I want that. What if someone borrows my phone? I don't want them seeing my texts to other people. Geez.

So I skipped past the "select accounts to link" screen and just clicked Done when it was setting itself up.

I suppose it could be useful; I just feel like it's going to clutter up my screen and use a lot of data when I really only want updates when I want them.
What's your experience?
I personally don't use the social sites so I have removed most of the motoblur sites from my screen, but it's nice to know that if I decide to use it, it's there.
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The Motorola BRAVO is one of seven new Motorola Android phones announced at CTIA 2010. It features a 3.7 inch touchscreen and is running Android with MOTOBLUR. An 800MHz processor sits inside to deliver decent performance, but it isn't enough c... Read More

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