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Great tips and Tricks. I have a Droid 4 and following some tips to save the battery life (saw in Motoask site).
If someone has a Droid 4, please share the experience.
This is a very helpful post I must be doing something wrong. The "add" is grayed out on my Driod t. Is there a magic trick for this?
voice texting-have see several references to using an app called Handcent, but when I go on my droid 2 marektplace, it has several different Handcent. is it the Handcent SMS that I need to be able voice text from my phone?
I'm a pretty new Droid user and wondering if it's possible to sync tasks from Outlook. We have already synced our contacts, calendars and e-mails from our Exchange server, but Tasks seem to be missing. If they don't sync directly, is there some 3rd party app that can bring them over?
Any help or information would be greatly appreciated.
awesome tipss thanksss
Its a very helpful Tips
Originally Posted by tavenger5 added safe mode Total Genius the people at verizon say the droid will not support yahoo accounts sure am glad someone figured it out. saved me a ton of work linking to gmail
I use MixZing for my player. It is great!!! Then I use the cassette adapter to play through my stereo speakers. Luckily my Crossover has both cd and cassette player. Haven't used the cd player for probably almost 2 years. Love my mp3 players and especially the Droid's. If you don't have a cassette player then I guess you can use a rca jack if you have aux out or a fm transmitter that plugs into the headphone jack. But the cassette or the aux out are the best sounding and most reliable.
Hope this helps!
What accessory is best to play my music in my car or on my home stereo system off of the Droid?
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