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Old February 23rd, 2012, 06:38 PM   #51 (permalink)
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Must be missing an app everytime I try it fails. Is there a way to get around this i.e. pc usb meathod? If not does anyone have the list of stock apps on gingerbread to see if missed any?

EDIT- I do remember deleting my facebook factory apk. I later just installed facebook from the market? maybe?

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Rooted and frozen apps before update. Took the update. Works fine with no issues. Lost root. Used Droid 3 root. Now rooted and all is identical to pre OTA update. Smooth experience, HOWEVER TOTALLY UNACCEPTABLE!!!!
When I now plug in my phone to my computer, it launches the web browser and goes to a Verizon website!!! THIS IS STUPID and I did not give my phone or VERIZON permission to launch my web browser.
I'm going to call and give them shit. I plug my phone into my computer often.
I need to find out what app is causing this or program.
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HOWEVER TOTALLY UNACCEPTABLE!!!!
When I now plug in my phone to my computer, it launches the web browser and goes to a Verizon website!!! THIS IS STUPID and I did not give my phone or VERIZON permission to launch my web browser.
I'm going to call and give them shit. I plug my phone into my computer often.
I need to find out what app is causing this or program.
This is not new at all...has always done that on my Windows PC...not so on my Mac though...
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Installed the update today. Seems to be running smoother than before, but of course, it's a fresh reboot, so I'll see what happens a few days from now. But now when I open the camera, it is on 8mp still and DVD video, and stays like that when I close it! I am happy with this update, and now the desire to upgrade before my contract expires in August is even smaller!
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When I now plug in my phone to my computer, it launches the web browser and goes to a Verizon website!!! THIS IS STUPID and I did not give my phone or VERIZON permission to launch my web browser.
I'm going to call and give them shit. I plug my phone into my computer often.
I need to find out what app is causing this or program.
Solve this by...

right-click on the moto icon in lower right system tray on desktop. (with new drivers icon might look like a tiny DroidX)

there will be an option like "when I connect" >> then choose "do nothing"
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Old February 24th, 2012, 05:53 AM   #56 (permalink)
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Solve this by...

right-click on the moto icon in lower right system tray on desktop. (with new drivers icon might look like a tiny DroidX)

there will be an option like "when I connect" >> then choose "do nothing"

Got it thanks! Forgot about that. New computer since last time I had the moto software installed. I haven't had that installed since last time I had to root. It's never opened the webpage in the past since for the past 2 years, I've had that option disabled from day one.
Silly me, thanks.
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Use "root keeper" from the market before installing the update it worked like a charm for me!
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Use "root keeper" from the market before installing the update it worked like a charm for me!
Rootkeeper also work fine for me. The update went very smoothly. I unfroze all the bloatware apps first, that was the only hard part (but typical).

The two outstanding issues I had seemed fixed:

1. No calendar reminders when the phone was locked (I get notified of meetings when I unlocked - often too late). Serious problem for me as I use this phone for work as well as my personal phone. I was very happy this morning when my phone vibrated as I walked into the office telling me I had to be in a meeting in 15 mins (well, not happy I had a meeting 1st thing, happy I was reminded).

2. The phone restarts automatically after being shut off. Didn't happen last night when I turned it off. This was intermittent, so I'm not sure if this was fixed or it just didn't happen this time.
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Just updated my X. I did not have any issues before this.
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Last night while a movie was playing in the car dock, the buttons would not turn off. Need further investigation, but hope it's not a bug they introduced.
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FYI Here's what worked for me. It was flawless. I'm able to install new root required apps.

1) Install Voodoo OTA Rootkeeper
2) Run VOR, create root backup
2) unfreeze frozen apps in Titanium Backup
3) rename .bak's back to .apk's using Root Explorer
4) temporarily remove root with VOR
5) DL/install update
6) Run VOR restore root
7) freeze apps
8) swap out my friggin' battery if I need to.
9) enjoy my updated DX
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Old March 6th, 2012, 02:19 PM   #62 (permalink)
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3) rename .bak's back to .apk's using Root Explorer
Why did you do this?

Also, is there a quick way to re-freeze apps in Titanium Backup after the update? I couldn't figure out a way, so I had to do it one-by-one from memory.
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just got the update.
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Before the update I had no issues. Now I have a problem where I cannot make calls. Doesn't happen right away, the phone will be fine then it will just not answer calls coming in or make them going out until I reboot. After rebooting it works fine again for a day or so and then rinse and repeat. Just me? Anyone else seen this? Thanks.
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Before the update I had no issues. Now I have a problem where I cannot make calls. Doesn't happen right away, the phone will be fine then it will just not answer calls coming in or make them going out until I reboot. After rebooting it works fine again for a day or so and then rinse and repeat. Just me? Anyone else seen this? Thanks.
Try a factory reset. Something f'd up in there
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Not the answer I wanted. I have the phone just the way I want it right now too. I was hoping someone would point me to a magic answer so I wouldn't have put the work in. Such is life. Thanks for the input.
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Not the answer I wanted. I have the phone just the way I want it right now too. I was hoping someone would point me to a magic answer so I wouldn't have put the work in. Such is life. Thanks for the input.
I have my X set up to remember most of my settings and apps. It gets pretty close to what I want it at when I need to reset it. In the 2 years with my X I have only had to reset it 2 times for some weird issue.
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Picked mine up used not long ago after my 2 year old deep-sixed my D2G. Love the phone actually. Thought I wouldn't like the bigger screen and no keyboard but loved it until this little issue. So a reboot is not a life changing event compared to the death of my D2G, but not a big deal.
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Picked mine up used not long ago after my 2 year old deep-sixed my D2G. Love the phone actually. Thought I wouldn't like the bigger screen and no keyboard but loved it until this little issue. So a reboot is not a life changing event compared to the death of my D2G, but not a big deal.
What home launcher do you use? I tried Launcher pro for the longest time, then tried Go Launcher and decided that it was the best.
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I use launcher pro. I have never tried go launcher. I will give it a look.
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I use launcher pro. I have never tried go launcher. I will give it a look.
It has everything launcher pro has and more. You will like it more, I'm sure. Give it a try. With these launchers, you can save your settings and put them back in after a factory reset.
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It has everything launcher pro has and more. You will like it more, I'm sure. Give it a try. With these launchers, you can save your settings and put them back in after a factory reset.
While your launcher settings are back, widgets aren't. I just restored my backup from GoLauncher and all my widgets were white boxes. Grrr!
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While your launcher settings are back, widgets aren't. I just restored my backup from GoLauncher and all my widgets were white boxes. Grrr!
What widgets were missing? Did you save just before the reset?
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Every widget I had. Not a single one got restored.
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Every widget I had. Not a single one got restored.
how many did you have? They are not hard to get back
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15! Not hard but a pain to have to do it manually
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That's an Android problem, not a launcher problem. No launcher is able to restore widgets.
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Colchiro, I swear LauncherPro did but it's been a while since I used it. Oh well
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Seems kinda strange to me that it can't reload the widgets. It does it every time you reboot. Why is this case any different?
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Before the update I had no issues. Now I have a problem where I cannot make calls. Doesn't happen right away, the phone will be fine then it will just not answer calls coming in or make them going out until I reboot. After rebooting it works fine again for a day or so and then rinse and repeat. Just me? Anyone else seen this? Thanks.
Samesies, thought it was just me but after a reboot its fine so every couple of days I do. It is a little annoying but our x's do have a little age not that I'm complaining just sayin
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That's an Android problem, not a launcher problem. No launcher is able to restore widgets.
They all can load shortcuts, but can only load their own widgets.

Even ICS has the same problem. I wish they'd fix it.
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FYI Here's what worked for me. It was flawless. I'm able to install new root required apps.

1) Install Voodoo OTA Rootkeeper
2) Run VOR, create root backup
2) unfreeze frozen apps in Titanium Backup
3) rename .bak's back to .apk's using Root Explorer
4) temporarily remove root with VOR
5) DL/install update
6) Run VOR restore root
7) freeze apps
8) swap out my friggin' battery if I need to.
9) enjoy my updated DX
Will this work if you're a few updates behind? Like...still running Froyo 2.3.340? Is this newest update ICS? Sorry, I haven't been here for a while...obviously!

edit: couple more ?'s...will I have to D/L all my apps again like TiBackup and Cachemate? Will I have to resetup Carhome ultra with all my settings? TIA!
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n2, your best bet would be to sbf to .602 or .605, then root and install root keeper, create a backup in recovery, disable update checker (so you don't get updated to .621), then restore just apps, no system data (no green, no red).

If you think you want to go to .621, you'll want to use root keeper. Reports have been good, but I don't know if it's 100% guaranteed to work. .621 can't be rooted, but there are work-arounds (that I'd rather not use).

Are you determined to stay on the stock rom?
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n2, your best bet would be to sbf to .602 or .605, then root and install root keeper, create a backup in recovery, disable update checker (so you don't get updated to .621), then restore just apps, no system data (no green, no red).

If you think you want to go to .621, you'll want to use root keeper. Reports have been good, but I don't know if it's 100% guaranteed to work. .621 can't be rooted, but there are work-arounds (that I'd rather not use).

Are you determined to stay on the stock rom?
That depends, is this update GB or ICS? I want to run ICS so I can use the new Time Warner app to watch tv on the phone.
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Then you don't want .621, it's just a couple fixes to GB. You could install 2init roms (cm9, miui, etc) that are based on ICS, but you'd have to jump thru a lot of hoops.

Best to stay with 602 or 605 and install a custom rom.
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Then you don't want .621, it's just a couple fixes to GB. You could install 2init roms (cm9, miui, etc) that are based on ICS, but you'd have to jump thru a lot of hoops.

Best to stay with 602 or 605 and install a custom rom.
Ah, that's what I thought after doing a little research. Do you think the Time Warner app would work for streaming TV on a custom rom? From what I've read, it looks like the DX won't be getting ICS from Verizon
and you have to be on android 4.0 or better for the app to work. Anybody running it on a custom rom yet? Thanks!
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I just got the update. Had to come check in here to see what the dealio was! Phone ran like crap after going to GB, so here's hoping it will run better now. The lag had me thinking about upgrading, since I'm now eligible, but I'll wait and see what happens with this. Any thoughts?
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