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  1. mikestubbs

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    Hi all, started playing Robo Defense on my wife's new Kindle. Awesome. I am 55 and live in Texas.
    Mike
     

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    Hey, Mike...nice to have you aboard. Enjoy the forum. Happy New Year. ;)
     
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    Welcome to the AndroidForums, Mike :).

    Here's a link to the Kindle Fire forum (I think that's what you meant) in case you haven't yet found it:

    Amazon Kindle Fire - Android Forums

    Cheers and have a great New Year!
     
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    Hello! I am a Mom/Wife and a newB to droid. I am a longtime BB user and recently decided to switch to droid. I switched from a Storm 2 to the Bionic. Love the Bionic. Only complaint is that the battery life sucks and the screen color is dull (especially when compared to my brother's Thunderbolt). Other than that I couldn't be happier so far!
     
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    Welcome to the AndroidForums, MoBionic (and a Happy New Year! :).

    Two simple tips for helping with battery life are turning down the screen brightness (although that might not be good in your case), and adjusting the syncing interface of various apps that sync in the background.

    Check out the Bionic forums for more tips and info from the good folks in there:

    Motorola Droid Bionic - Android Forums

    Cheers and glad you signed-up with us here at AF.
     

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