DROID Bionic owners around these parts. Remember that huge list of bugs that Verizon acknowledged and said they'd be fixing in a future update? Well it's finally ready and should be rolling out extremely soon. We recently heard it would be released before the end of the year, and it looks like Verizon will hold true to their word because they've just informed us that it's ready and will be rolling out soon.
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Galaxy Nexus or are they just lowering prices for the holiday season? Today we can now confirm that Verizon and Motorola have lowered the price of the DROID Bionic from $299 down to only $199 -- with a new contract of course. After seeing initial reports from DL the pricing change has now made its way to the online shop at Verizon.
DROID Bionic we told you about earlier this month. They confirmed that the Bionic had a pretty large list of issues and promised an update within the next 30-60 days. So basically from November 1st to the end of the year. I have good news, it appears they are ready to let a few users test the update so hopefully things are going well.
DROID Bionic you'd have thought it would be pretty stellar out of the box, and it was (see our review) but it also had a slew of minor bugs and issues that need fixing. Motorola has acknowledges some of these and promised an update in November. Now we are finally getting a small update and while that is good, the November time frame isn't looking as great.
CM7 on the DROID Bionic, but today we have another video to tease all of you Bionic owners with. This shows it actually dual booting into CM7, and I want it already. Apparently the developer hashcode was able to get CM7 booting on the DROID3 and the same little trick is working just great for the new DROID Bionic, check out the video below.
DROID BIONIC owners who are more than a little miffed about the relatively quick launch of the DROID RAZR. Well take heart, early adopters: a Motorola representative confirmed that the company is planning on upgrading the BIONIC's software to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich. The confirmation came after a Facebook user asked the question on the company page.
released the source code for the LTE-sporting DROID BIONIC, and the Android masses are waiting on their custom software. We can rebuild it. We have the code. Make it, and fame and adulation on countless Android forums are yours for the taking. Get going!
one heck of a flagship device, but it's not without its faults. Early adopters have been complaining about a litany of issues large and small, and Verizon has apparently been listening. They've detailed all of the bugs and glitches in a massive official list, but the carrier says that customers will have to wait until November for a patch.
review. Cory figured at the end of the review that this is one of the best Android devices out there, assuming you can live with the fact that Motorola locks the phone down. If you want to get yourself a new phone and the Bionic is the device for you, Amazon has it at a surprisingly discounted price.