2 problems with the way my Droid X smart phone handles AOL emails: when I read an email on the...
Droid X it transfer it into "Recently Deleted Mail" instead of into "Old Mail". Second, when I delete a new email from my Droid X (without reading it) it shows up TWICE in " Recently Deleted Mail".
by Mary 5 years ago
Why are smart phones so touchy?I hate using my smart phone to answer emails, it is so touchy, just by scrolling down the screen I end up clicking links, how do you make the screens less touchy?
by Lily Rose 6 years ago
I have a Env3 with Verizon and I am ready to upgrade. My knowledge about Smartphones and all the capabilities is very limited.I really want an iPhone but I'm really not sure I want to leave Verizon for ATT.My sister has an iPhone and she uses it to scedule all her to-do's and appointments and...
by Mary Hyatt 3 years ago
I find when I try and read a Hub from my iPhone, it won't load. I wonder if that is because the Hub is too long, or has too many photos. I give up until I can get to my computer.Seems I read (or maybe dreamed) our Hubs should be shorter to be easier to load from a mobile phone.Any...
by ptosis 2 years ago
How incompetent is the FBI to recently uncover 14900 emails that they already had for years?First the FBI wanted a backdoor on everybody iphones - then later was able to hack phone via Israel company. Now this. So how many other stuff do they have in their possession that they are too stupid to...
by christoss1959 7 years ago
Do not get the Droid or any other Motorola phone!I saw you posted in the a hub that you are interested in buying a Motorola Droid for your sake do not buy it you will be hugely dissapointed as all the Motorola Android phones are rubbish and I am saying that from personal experinceIf you don't...
by ngureco 5 years ago
Which Smart-Phone: An Android Phone or Blackberry?
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