Does verizon still have any of the original droid in stock?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Kylef5993, Nov 18, 2010.

  1. Kylef5993

    Kylef5993 Member
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    I have the original motorola droid and got it about 2 weeks after it was released and I'm starting to get tired of it and have insurance. If It was to break then do you think that would get another droid or the droid 2? And would I be able to get the droid 2 global if I waited till like January? Lol
     

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  2. obutto

    obutto Well-Known Member
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    They will always have the Original Droid in stock...If you have insurance you break it, take the risk. Your going to have to pay $70(I think, or more) and end up with the same exact phone (99.9%). They will always have the Droid 1 in stock. When they break, you are required to send them back. Then they fix it and they will be shipped out as refurbished...Don't cheat the system. You are just ruining things for other people.
     
  3. brnr17

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    your talking about 2 different things ..

    verizon = warranty replacement
    asurion = insurance replacement

    and as i'm on refurb number 3 from verizon, i assure you they have plenty left
     
  4. lilbballer27

    lilbballer27 Well-Known Member
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    Yes im on my 3rd replacement also. They have plenty more to send out!

    The one droid they sent me the keyboard didnt work lol
     
  5. takeshi

    takeshi Well-Known Member
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    Upgrades via insurance are precisely why they're so reluctant to offer newer models via insurance. If you want to upgrade you need to pay. And if you're going to commit insurance fraud don't post on a public forum about it. :rolleyes:
     
  6. Lol, I have a replacement D1 coming today, but when I switched from Eris to this, I almost had a D2 because they were out of D1. Still this day, the D1 is the most owned android device in the world.
     
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  7. Eurosteve

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    Looks like you can get around $150 if you sell it on ebay. Then take the proceeds and upgrade with that. I'm pretty sure you can upgrade after only one year and pay the upgrade price.
     
  8. yokevreid

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    verizon has a policy that if you have more than 3 warranty replacements they must offer you a different model. try one more time.
     
  9. Thornfullessrose

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    I've been told by many VZW reps (on phone and in store) that they crapped that policy like.. 3 years ago? Wonder why a few reps still do it. They replaced my DROID with a DROID2.
     
  10. mobrienjr

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    why would you want the D2 anyways...its the same as the D1, except you get a locked bootloader, BLUR, bloatware, and it makes it an extreme pain in the butt to root.

    I would personally wait ti see what devices are coming out in the near future if you are looking for a new device.
     
  11. Thornfullessrose

    Thornfullessrose Well-Known Member
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    OK. You're bringing up old stuff.

    1. Its almost the same. Better keyboard and processor.

    2. Bootstrap recovery has been out for awhile. We can do all the same
    stuff.

    3. Blur isn't as bad as "everyone" says. I'll admit the launcher is a bit sketchy, but everything else is pretty cool. Plus you could always use LauncherPro and keep Blur. But if you want full stock Android then you could use Fission ROM. I have to say once i had blur and used Fission for awhile, it was pretty boring. Blur has some cool features you cant get with vanilla android.

    4. Remove the so called "bloatware" with Root Explorer and thats even if you want to. Some people actually use Blockbuster, DLNA, My Verizon, Kindle, and Skype.

    5. There are plenty of EASY ways to root, including a few One-clicks. You act as if they made rooting this phone like rocket science.

    I therefore just smashed your excuses to hate on the DROID2.
     
  12. mobrienjr

    mobrienjr Well-Known Member
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    your right...I dont have a d2, dont see a need for a d2, so all I can talk about it the world on these forums back when it was a bitch to do.
     

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