I JUST got a Droid X, where to start?


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  1. HookerBootz

    HookerBootz Member This Topic's Starter

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    Left my iphone 4 and got onto the droid side of things.
    Thing is I dunno where to start and whats cool etc etc.

    Any words of advice?
     

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  2. meckert15834

    meckert15834 Well-Known Member

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    Swype, learn it and love it !
     
  3. jreed2560

    jreed2560 Well-Known Member

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    The android market can be a pain to navigate. Look for apps on sites like these:

    AppBrain Android Market - find the best Android Apps and Games
    and
    AndroLib, Find all the applications and games available in the Android Market for your Android Phone, Droid, Galaxy S etc...

    appbrain even has an app in the market along with a fast web install feature that will allow you to initiate a download from you computer.

    Check out these threads here:

    http://androidforums.com/motorola-droid-x/124658-what-do-your-x-screens-look-like.html
    http://androidforums.com/motorola-droid-x/128649-first-apps-your-phone.html
    http://androidforums.com/droid-x-al...ide-updated-4-pm-eastern-time-11-10-10-a.html

    That last link is to the Root section. In my opinion rooting is what makes Android and the X all it can be. Its definitely a choice you shouldn't make lightly. To root or not to root that is the question!

    also a very informative article for reading.

    FAQ: Why You Shouldn’t Be Using a Task Killer with Android
     
  4. HookerBootz

    HookerBootz Member This Topic's Starter

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    haha yeah when i saw it in action it looked SO sick ill try it out now since im finally getting to texting everyone my new number
    @jreed2560
    thanks for all the solid info buddy
     
  5. Ron H

    Ron H Well-Known Member

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    Ron H Well-Known Member

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    Ooops - double post.
     
  7. hahaha what

    hahaha what Well-Known Member

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    go back to the iphone imo unless you hate good apps
     
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    cabinets Well-Known Member

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    and here we go......
     
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    Subscribed to give gmail a workout :D
     
  10. Outlaw71

    Outlaw71 Well-Known Member

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    You should start by getting a Droid X.



    .....oh, I see you've done that. Well then, you're way ahead of that game already!

    :)
     
  11. manny x

    manny x New Member

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    I have had my Droid X for 3 months but am a bit frustrated.

    1. My screen sucks and is not as cool as the HTC layout but apparently it's because I am stuck on 2.2 since Verizon won't upgrade it

    2. I can't make google calendar synch with my work google apps account (it syncs with email though just fine).


    Anyone got any suggestions, I've searched around this forum and the internet with no luck.
     
  12. dwcasey

    dwcasey Well-Known Member

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    Probably need to start a new thread for this instead of jacking this one...but...I would say that I came from an HTC Droid Eris and after I found a custom ROM with a decent theme ( Shed's Froyo ), I liked it and LauncherProPlus better than what HTC had to offer. However, the Moto DX stock actually has quite a bit to offer in the way of widgets and such. A bit clunky at times, but not bad for stock in my opinion.

    If you have added the google apps account info in the Settings...Account, I would think it would be syncing fine. Unless you have a seperate google account that you originally setup on the phone??
     

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