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Old July 27th, 2012, 02:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Since it's getting kind of quiet in here...

When do you all think the Droid X will receive Jelly Bean?

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Old July 27th, 2012, 07:46 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Same time Moto unlocks the boot loader.
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Old July 27th, 2012, 09:53 PM   #3 (permalink)
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lol I see what you did QA.


Honestly OP officially the DroidX will not get Jelly Bean.
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I heard the X was getting upgraded to Windows 8 mobile.
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Old August 3rd, 2012, 07:25 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Yep... I am finally looking again. Was going to go with the Galaxy s2 My GF got it , then was the Galaxy s3 until they announced the Razr Max HD. As soon as I can hold them side by side I will make my choice. The DX is a great phone but time to move on. Bad thing about sticking with a phone so long is that you can't sell it because it is too old.
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Yep... I am finally looking again. Was going to go with the Galaxy s2 My GF got it , then was the Galaxy s3 until they announced the Razr Max HD. As soon as I can hold them side by side I will make my choice. The DX is a great phone but time to move on. Bad thing about sticking with a phone so long is that you can't sell it because it is too old.
I got the GS3, great phone. Would have loved to compare it side-by-side with the RAZR HD also, but had to pull the trigger on the GS3 to keep my unlimited data. I agree, the DX was a great phone for a long time, but something about that final .621 update didn't play well with it, I had constant issues with it after that update, and couldn't even SBF it back to .608, and wasn't even able to root it with the Linux bootdisk/Milestone SBF method to try to fix it. Too bad Moto didn't get the RAZR HD out earlier, they might have kept me as a customer even after breaking my DX with the update. Oh well. Anyways, my DX is sitting on my nightstand now, along with my clock-radio, AKA my old iPhone 3Gs. Going to have a little smartphone museum going on here soon, lol!
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U r the second to post this. But hard reset is turn phone off, then hold vol.
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Yep... I am finally looking again. Was going to go with the Galaxy s2 My GF got it , then was the Galaxy s3 until they announced the Razr Max HD. As soon as I can hold them side by side I will make my choice. The DX is a great phone but time to move on. Bad thing about sticking with a phone so long is that you can't sell it because it is too old.
can still sell it to Amazon for a little cash
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Mine is working better than ever, even on .621. I mean it's faster than ever, works smoothly. Little/no problems at all.
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