Motorola Devices

Parent Category: Mobile Phones
Motorola devices includes all the various iterations of the company's mobile phones, wearables, and wireless network solutions.
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I am assuming by the little square thing, you mean on the slide out qwerty keyboard. If so, the square thing is a four way rocker switch (the bigger black square) to move around on the screen and the center gold button is to select with, all without touching the screen of the droid.
When facing the front of the phone there is a button on the top right hand side. It's a lock/on-off button. Hold it down while the phone is off to turn it on.
Press and hold '1' from the home screen. The phone will automatically call voice mail. Once connected to voice mail, use the instructions they give you via phone to set up voice mail by setting your password, name, and other settings.
No I have one myself (black and purple its so awesome) and they only have them in 2 styles Black and Purple (my favorite) and Silver , Black, And Red (Verizon colors). They only sell them at Verizon. If you recently had Alltel you may get a new phone now that your plan is under Verizon.
Yes. Verizon has gotten greedier. They require a data plan on all smartphones which of course includes the Droid Eris.
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Occasionally Verizon may run a special that offers a free Droid with a certain purchase order or contract. Call Verizon and ask if they currently have any specials on the Droid.
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It depends on the person. The screen is pretty small so if you have big fingers then this phone is a no go. If you have small fingers you won't find difficult to text. Go to a cellphone store and test drive it.
You can get an unlock code for your Motorola V360 mobile phone fromthe network lock by using an unlock code.You can get this code at reasonable price.
The Jawas capture droids on Tatooine, fix all damages, and sell them for more than they are worth.
as about the size of a iPhone or a iPod
By the time you read this the price might change but the Droid costs about 300$ if you want it immediately. Or there is an overnight shipping offer that costs 200$.
The Medic Droid is a droid which provides medical support in the field, the soldiers that do this are medics, so it was only fitting to call these droids "medic droids."
You must have a SIM card for the carrier you want to use and thephone must be compatible with that carrier.
It is possible to root / jailbreak the Droid Eris. You need to use a program like Unrevoked to root it.
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It clearly depends on what is wrong with it.
Yes, the Droid is very nice. It's been said that it is the Cadillac of smart phones.
how can i unlock my droid phone if i dont have the username or the password
Yes, they will work anywhere.
To send a ringtone if you are using the Hancent SMS app: . Begin a new message. . Touch the Menu icon at the bottom of your Droid. It is the icon to the right of the "Back" icon. . Touch "Attach". . Touch "Audio". . Touch the title of app you are using with your ringtones. You may be using ...
$200 with a two-year contract from Verizon.
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That would depend upon which phone had the best features or the features you want most. I suggest reading reviews and specs on each phone, then trying them both out at the applicable stores before making your purchase. See related links below.
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i think cause they have the same plug so that will be a YES
If your phone does not have a SIM card then it is classified as aCode Division Multiple Access (CDMA) phone. If you have a CDMAphone, then your phone is not unlockable.
With your phone on the home screen, connect your phone's micro USB cable to your phone and to your computer. . Your phone will show a USB connection dialog at the top of the screen. . Flick down and touch "USB connected." . Touch "Mount". . On your computer, locate and click on the "Removable Disk...
If you are referring to your phone's APN settings, it refers to your phone number. For example, if you are attempting to fill in the blank for MMSC within your Cricket phone's APN settings it might default to after flashing your phone to a new ROM. This should be changed to read...
This would be up to you as the purchaser. I suggest going to the Verizon store and asking to see a demo model of the Droid. Once you use it, you can then decide whether you want to buy it or not. As a Droid owner, I would say I love my Droid and would highly recommend it.
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With your phone on the home screen, connect your phone's micro USB cable to your phone and to your computer. . Your phone will show a USB connection dialog at the top of the screen. . Flick down and touch "USB connected." . Touch "Mount". . On your computer, locate and click on the "Removable Disk...
With your phone on the home screen, connect your phone's micro USB cable to your phone and to your computer. . Your phone will show a USB connection dialog at the top of the screen. . Flick down and touch "USB connected." . Touch "Mount". . On your computer, locate and click on the "Removable Disk...
There are quite a few apps that claim to give you more memory on the Droid. You can find them by going to the Market and searching, using the word "memory."
You can add contacts yourself: . Go to your Contacts. . Touch the Menu button on the lower front panel of the phone. (Not on the screen) . Touch "New Contact". . Choose the account you'd like to add the contact to. . Type in the information. . Touch "Done". -OR- On your computer, you can add...
That would depend on whether or not Verizon had any special offers at the time of your upgrade.
Yes, you can. There are literally thousands of both free and non-free apps available in the Market which is easy to link to on your Droid.
yes. To make the answer a little more clear. Yes you can use a Droid, Droid 2, Droid X or pretty much any android with Metro PCS. I have the droid x and it works flawlessly with text and internet and all for only 45.00 a month. There are many guides online to help you with this.
If you are using a Blackberry case that has a magnet, it could. The Blackberry cases with magnets have the magnets positioned to work with the Blackberry.
The Droid comes with its own USB cable. It plugs into the same port on the phone as the charger.
Actually i was just searching for the same thing but at&t has compatibility with all motarola phones and i just saw that the Motorola droid is compatible with at&t. Solraven--> actually at&t is a gsm network and the droid is a cdma phone. at&t offers a couple phones that run the android operating...
Double check to make sure: 1) you have AM/PM set right. 2) You have it set for the correct days. You can set the Droid to alarm only on the days you specify, and may have the setting wrong. 3) You have the correct alarm checked. 4) Your volume is turned up.
One good way to capture signatures is to subscribe to download Formotus Forms Central from the Android Market, subscribe to the Formotus service, then make yourself a custom business form in InfoPath and deploy it to your Droids (and also to other Android and iOS devices.)
The Droid has Meebo, and you can log into AIM there.
You use the same password and user name you use to log into your Google account on your computer.
Follow these steps and you will never have a problem with the screen again. It takes about 15 minutes. What you will need: 1. canned air 2. Q-tips 3. rubbing alcohol 4. a piece of tape (i used duct tape) 5. a number 6 torque driver (its the little star looking skrewdriver) Remove the back cover...
The Droid has conference calling. To make a conference call: . Call the first number. . Wait for them to answer. . Touch "Add Call" and call the next number. . When they answers, touce "Merge Call."
I personally like Droid better. It has lots more apps available.
Yes, it does. If you have a router or other Wi-Fi access, you can set your Droid to connect via Wi-Fi.
To remove an application or widget from GDE, long-press on the item you want to remove, drag it down to the trash can in the right hand lower corner, and press without lifting your finger.
i'd give it a 3. its to small the keys are too close together.
Yes, the Droid has a slide keyboard as well as the touch-screen keyboard. You can use either one you want.- But it all depens on the one u get.
No, you never have to kill any apps running on the Droid. The Droid is designed to close down any apps that need to be closed.
It blocks out cellular information on your phone so you may legally use it on an airplane (You are not allowed to call on an airplane.)
it means that you have some sort of notifications that's has not been viewed yet ie: email, text, updates, etc.
The screen is very scratch resistant. It would actually have to take a pretty hard knock to scratch it.
3G means third generation
Swype is a new text input technology for very fast texting on small, mobile devices. It is made by Swype Inc. and you can learn more at It is preloaded on many phones like the Droid X. Swype has had a beta program where you could download it onto your Android phone, but the beta program...
"Alphabet for Toddlers" is really good. It shows one letter at a time and speaks the letter. Every time your child touches the screen, it will say the letter again; until you move on to the next letter. It's available in the Market.
"Uninstaller", which is available in the Market, is a great uninstaller.
Unfortunately, no. Hopefully someone will create one in the future.
While on the home screen, touch the menu button to open the menu. Choose "settings." Then choose "Sound and Display." This is where you change your notification sounds.
Yes droids are very horribly organized, and I have yet to find one of my technologically inclined friends (I am too) that agrees that it is simple by any means. I would not recommend (its current version atleast) it to anyone.
Yes, you pay for an app only one time. You can even uninstall it and decide you want it back. Just go to the market and it will allow you to download the app again without having to pay for it again.
Open the first app. Touch the "Home" icon at the bottom of the Droid. Navigate to and open the 2nd app. To switch between the two apps, use the "Home" icon, NOT the "Back" icon, which will close your app.
That totally depends on whether the phone best suits your needs and preferences or not.
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In my opinion, yes. But that question is totally debatable, since everyone has a difference of an opinion.
Yes, with certain apps, you can watch full episodes of many of your favorite shows. Discovery and are two good apps for watching TV.
You should go to the Verizon store and ask to see a demo of both phones. Buy the one you think you like best. Verizon usually gives you 30 days to exchange the phone if you find you do not like it.
No, but in the future they will have an app for the iPhone.
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yes is was a great phone, the screen was bright in the dark, and the keyboard was great
Yes, without a text plan, you will be charged for text messages individually.
I guess you would never really know until either you have one or you've touched one!