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General Interesting Moto Droid Find

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Shnuddy, Jul 9, 2010.

  1. Shnuddy

    Shnuddy Well-Known Member
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    I thought this was kind of funny:

    I was playing around with my husband's Moto Droid (he never does his updates!), and just for the heck of it, I checked his "what has been using the battery." Guess what? It had the 50% without signal bug!

    I'm sure he has never thought about it or had any clue that such a thing existed. I got a kick out of it, though. :p
     

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  2. Demache

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    I think I read somewhere that the 50% bug is a 2.1 bug, not an Eris specific one.
     
  3. scary alien

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    How do you know that it wasn't YOU that caused it? :eek: (i.e. the transitive Eris corollary).

    Anyone that touches an Eris that touches another device infects THAT device? Whoa! :);)

    Just kidding...:p:D
     
  4. Hiroshika

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    Thats odd, my droid doesnt have the 50% bug... And i touched an eris right before i switched...

    Though, i AM on froyo, and i have a 1% time without signal near always. Maybe thats the new bug?
     
  5. MJL

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    It could be that he actually is somewhere that has no signal and its not a bug.

    Sent from my phone bitch using Tapatalk
     
  6. willdogs

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  7. padrone00

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    How can you tell by just looking at the 'what's been using the battery' function?
     

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