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Old May 18th, 2011, 01:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Accessories the same for DX1 as they are for DX2?

I was just wondering if I wanted to get a nice case for the DX2, that I could just get a DX1 case. Think this is possible? Are the dimensions the same?

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Old May 18th, 2011, 01:47 PM   #2 (permalink)
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should be but the main thing you need to make sure of is that Moto didn't move the usb or hdmi ports any.

One time blackberry when they changed the Tour to the Bold which was essentially the same phone ...they moved the stupid usb port just a hair.
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Old May 19th, 2011, 07:30 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Edit: Sorry, this is a double post from another thread and this is in the wrong thread. Would have deleted, but already has a reply.


The DX2 appears to also have mirroring based on the user manual.

Two additional percs the Rev has is 12gb of actual internal storage for media and apparently a dedicated video chip.

The Revolution IMO would be a no brainer, but per the user manual, the device its HEAVILY Binged. Besides the obviously counter intuitive use of Bing on an Android device, the extra app layer means a longer delay for OS updates.
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The DX2 appears to also have mirroring based on the user manual.

Two additional percs the Rev has is 12gb of actual internal storage for media and apparently a dedicated video chip.

The Revolution IMO would be a no brainer, but per the user manual, the device its HEAVILY Binged. Besides the obviously counter intuitive use of Bing on an Android device, the extra app layer means a longer delay for OS updates.
Bing and the LG name turn me off, LG has aweful customer service and will go out of their way to avoid supporting you. I have had too many bad expierences with LG
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Old May 19th, 2011, 09:27 AM   #5 (permalink)
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The DX2 appears to also have mirroring based on the user manual.

Two additional percs the Rev has is 12gb of actual internal storage for media and apparently a dedicated video chip.

The Revolution IMO would be a no brainer, but per the user manual, the device its HEAVILY Binged. Besides the obviously counter intuitive use of Bing on an Android device, the extra app layer means a longer delay for OS updates.
I think maybe you posted in the wrong thread..?
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Battery is the same. had one in my hands today but it was not activated.
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yah they're the same dimensions and it appears the ports on at least the left side of it are identical
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They look identical to my DX so any dx accessories should fit fine.
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Can anyone confirm that the Droid X official extended battery and back cover will work with the Droid X2?
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Can anyone confirm that the Droid X official extended battery and back cover will work with the Droid X2?
Go to Moto web site for X2 and when you click the dock accessory it takes you to the X1 dock.
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