GIGI, 07 Aug 2015wooow....this droid 4 has cool specs....hope to enjoy it bettter when rootedgood phone but not globally...does not work with cdma data globally.
wooow....this droid 4 has cool specs....hope to enjoy it bettter when rooted
njoy, 23 Apr 2015There is NO sim card slot, unless you make it by yourself, lol.No, you're thinking of the Photon Q (and even then, there ARE mods where people have made their own sim trays)
I just received my droid4 from assurion today (4/20/15), and in the box came a Verizon "credit card" sized card with a SIM card attached, which is disconnected from the bigger card..
Then under the camera and above the battery is a small cover that says, "Lift to Access MicroSIM" and it slided right in there.
My question is what are the three slots along the side of the battery that each look like a MicroSD slot?
Mine's ID'ed as a DROID4/FCC:IHP56MN1 date 1/24/15.
njoy, 09 Apr 2015There is NO sim card slot, unless you make it by yourself, lol.Oddly enough mine has a sim card slot in back under the cover.
tinuke, 09 Apr 2015where will i insert d sim nd d memory cardThere is NO sim card slot, unless you make it by yourself, lol.
ambieegirl, 07 Apr 2015can you connect to wifi with this phone Yep.
Internal memory showing 16 GB but I am able to use 8 GB only....?
Official update is not available for OS Upgrade above 4.1.2 till 2-MAR-15 how to update manually
lavy, 12 Mar 2015how can i use 2G or 3G sim cad and support network ? please tell me anyone...I installed cyanogen mode with 2g/3g support.
You can also edit some android settings file(i forget which one check blogs) but when I done it my phone was slow. So I install cyanogen mode.
how can i use 2G or 3G sim cad and support network ? please tell me anyone...
The only issue I have with the Droid 4 is the battery which doesn't have much juice. I find I am plugging it in several times a day just to keep it running. I carry two(2) battery packs to re-juice it and sometimes that just not enough. That being said, the Droid 4 is an exceptional phone, nice to hold and the slider keyboard feels natural. It has a very reasonable speed and handles a 32GB SD card without problems. But after this experience I will not purchase a phone that you can not swap batteries. With my old Droid if the power got low I just switched batteries and in 30 seconds I was back to full power.
Anonymous, 14 Jan 2015Hi All, Could anyone tell me if the phone is thick ie chunky..? or thin?? It's actually not horribly thick for a slider phone. Although it is thicker than traditional phones it is very comfy to hold. It also is a very quick phone for only having 1GB ram and 1.2 GHz processor. I recommend this phone to anyone looking for a budget phone that doesn't want to lose any speed.
Could anyone tell me if the phone is thick ie chunky..? or thin??
This phone has 3 years of being released, and is still the best GSM phone sporting a qwerty keyboard IMO. This is my backup phone, running Kit Kat. Smooth as butter, it even runs heavy games as GTA San Andreas & Nova with no effort. If it wasnt for my shiny G2, this would still be my main phone!