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“Official” DROID Bionic Bug List: Fix Coming in November, Incapable of 8-device Hotspot, 4G/3G Issues and More

One of our readers contacted Verizon support to get some help with a couple of issues that his DROID Bionic was experiencing and received a massive bug list in return.  The actual list is longer than the one we posted below, but we pulled out all of the most important stuff.  There are some interesting things in here that we figured everyone should take a look at.

First, they are aware of the 4G/3G issues and have planned a fix that will go live some time in November (yes, an entire month from now).  They also plan to address the high pitch headset issue, MMS bugs, Lapdock stuff and a variety of other things.

Also included in this list though, were some not-so-positive notes like the fact that they admit to not allowing non-Verizon or non-Motorola chargers and USB cables to work.  They also admit that the phone can’t support 8 devices simultaneously while in hotspot, something they were selling initially.

It’s a big list, so we broke it down into our top 10 and then put together another pretty important list afterwards.  Have fun!  

Top 10:

1.  Issue:  4G/3G Service – Data Connectivity

  • Marginal 4G to 3G transition:  Loss of data connectivity – The device may display 3G service indication but no data connections are possible.
  • Action: The user will need to power cycle the device or enable/disable Airplane Mode.
  • Resolution: A fix for this issue is under review and will be included in the first post launch maintenance release software for this device. The tentative release date is early November 2011.

2.  Issue:  High Pitch Headset Noise:

  • A customer may experience high pitched “screetches” while using high end wired headsets.
  • Action: There is no known work around.
  • Resolution: A fix for this issue is under review and will be included in the first post launch maintenance release software for this device. The tentative release date is early November 2011.

3.  Issue:  Mobile Hotspot User Limitations:

  • The Mobile Hotspot only supports 5 users.
  • Action: There is no known work around.
  • Resolution: This is a limitation of the device hardware and cannot be corrected.

4.  Issue:  Non-branded Chargers:

  • The XT875 can only be charged with Motorola or Verizon Wireless branded chargers.
  • Action: No work around required.
  • Resolution: No resolution required, working as designed and approved by Verizon Wireless.

5.  Issue:  USB Cables:

  • The XT875 can only be used with Motorola USB cables.
  • Action: No work around required.
  • Resolution: No resolution required, working as designed and approved by Verizon Wireless.

6.  Issue:  Google Talk Video Calls:

  • Google Video Talk sessions can be established faster if you start a text chat session first.
  • Action: No work around required.
  • Resolution: No resolution required, working as designed and approved by Verizon Wireless.

7.  Issue:  Touchdown Compatibility:

  • Nitrodesk’s Touchdown will not function on the XT875.
  • Action: No work around required.
  • Resolution: No resolution required, working as designed and approved by Verizon Wireless.

8.  Issue:  Lapdock low memory warning:

  • With 4 or more windows opened, a user may see low memory warnings.
  • Action: The user can terminate browser sessions and/or stop running applications (Tasks application in System Tray).
  • Resolution: A fix for this issue is under review and will be included in the second post launch maintenance release software for this device. The tentative release date is under review.

9.  Issue:  Mobile Hotspot Security Modes:

  • Mobile Hotspot does not support WEP or WPA Wi-Fi protocols. Only WPA2 is supported .
  • Action: No work around required.
  • Resolution: No resolution required, working as designed and approved by Verizon Wireless.

10.  Issue:  Home Panel Application Shortcuts:

  • Application shortcuts may be removed from the Home Panel without any user interaction.
  • Action: The User can go in System Tray and manually add them back in Home Panels. The applications are not deleted from the device.
  • Resolution: A fix for this issue is under review and will be included in the second post launch maintenance release software for this device. The tentative release date is under review.

The rest:

Issue:  MMS Media Message View:

  • The user may encounter “Force Close” errors or delays when opening MMS messages with media attachments.
  • Action: The user may need to make more than one attempt to view the message.
  • Resolution: A fix for this issue is under review and will be included in the first post launch maintenance release software for this device. The tentative release date is early November 2011.

Issue:  Recent Applications Display:

  • If a user presses and holds the Home key, recently run applications are displayed. Selecting an application may generate an error message “Application not installed on phone.”
  • Action: Access the application from the System Tray.
  • Resolution: A fix for this issue is under review and will be included in the first post launch maintenance release software for this device. The tentative release date is early November 2011.

Issue:  3 Way Calling – Ending Last Call:

  • In certain infrastructure markets (Motorola and Nortel), pressing the “End last call” button will place the last party on hold and not drop the call.
  • Action: User should use the “End call” button to insure all parties are disconnected.
  • Resolution: A fix for this issue is under review and will be included in the first post launch maintenance release software for this device. The tentative release date is early November 2011.

Issue:  MEID Displayed:

  • Under Settings > About Phone > Status, the 14 digit MEID is displayed rather than the 15 digit IMEI.
  • Action: This information is available on the battery cavity label.
  • Resolution: A fix for this issue is under review and will be included in the first post launch maintenance release software for this device. The tentative release date is early November 2011.

Issue:  Verizon Wireless Media Store Ringtones:

  • Ringtones purchased through online store cannot be saved when received in an MMS message. User will get an “error saving attachment” error.
  • Action: The user should use the VCast Tone application to purchase ringtones.
  • Resolution: A fix for this issue is under review and will be included in the first post launch maintenance release software for this device. The tentative release date is early November 2011.

Issue:  Post OTA Update – Favorites:

  • The Favorites contacts may be deleted after a software update. The user will need to manually add the Favorites back.
  • Action: There is no known work around.
  • Resolution: A fix for this issue is under review and will be included in the first post launch maintenance release software for this device. The tentative release date is early November 2011.

Issue:  SIM Swapping Blocks OTA Updates:

  • In another provisioned SIM is inserted into the XT875 and original SIM is reinserted, the device will not get any OTA updates.
  • Action: The user will need to perform a factory reset to get OTA updates.
  • Resolution: A fix for this issue is under review and will be included in the first post launch maintenance release software for this device. The tentative release date is early November 2011.

Issue:  Answering incoming calls while in the Lapdock:

  • A user may not be able to answer an incoming call while the XT875 is in the Lapdock.
  • Action: This issue can be reduced if the call is answered during the first ring cycle.
  • Resolution: A fix for this issue is under review and will be included in the second post launch maintenance release software for this device. The tentative release date is under review.

Issue:  Camera use while in Lapdock:

  • If the XT875 is in the Lapdock and the user opens the Camera, they may receive a “Camera is unable to initialize” error message.
  • Action: There is no known work around.
  • Resolution: A fix for this issue is under review and will be included in the second post launch maintenance release software for this device. The tentative release date is under review.

Issue:  NFL Mobile – Lapdock Videos:

  • NFL Mobile videos will not be displayed while the Bionic is in the Lapdock.
  • Action: No work around required.
  • Resolution: This is a limitation of DRM protection.

Issue:  Sleep Mode After HD Dock Use:

  • If the XT875 is removed from the HD Dock, the device may not go back into screen saver mode.
  • Action: Go to Settings > Applications > Development and uncheck “Stay awake” option.
  • Resolution: A fix for this issue is under review and will be included in the first post launch maintenance release software for this device. The tentative release date is early November 2011.

Issue:  Resets during Visual Voicemail:

  • User may encounter resets while playing back voice messages or replying with voice messages.
  • Action: There is no known work around.
  • Resolution: A fix for this issue is under review and will be included in the first post launch maintenance release software for this device. The tentative release date is early November 2011.

Issue:  Visual Voicemail Power-up Message:

  • When the XT875 is powered up the user may see “Data service N/A. Select to refresh” as a Visual Voicemail activities alert in the Notification Panel.
  • Action: This is a false error message. It can be dismissed from the Notification Panel.
  • Resolution: A fix for this issue is under review and will be included in the first post launch maintenance release software for this device. The tentative release date is early November 2011.

Issue:  Message Thread Order – Device Rotation:

  • If the XT875 is rotated from portrait to landscape then back to portrait mode after a message sent, the message thread jumps from the latest to the oldest message.
  • Action: There is no known around.
  • Resolution: A fix for this issue is under review and will be included in the first post launch maintenance release software for this device. The tentative release date is early November 2011.

Solid list right there.  No mention at all of the disappearing app situation that many of you (including myself) have been experiencing.

Cheers Rocko!

  • Anonymous

    I can’t believe the omission here of “this phone has the worst camera since the Kodak Brownie”, which was first introduced first in 1900.

    • http://twitter.com/il_Sole_Leone Stephen Box

      funny I take great pictures with mine, it’s more about the quality of light than anything else.  The camera on the Bionic doesn’t handle low light very well.  As long as you position your light correctly you get awesome pics

      • Anonymous

        Not owning the phone, I didn’t make up the comment.  It’s on nearly every review about the Bionic I’ve ever read.  Usually it’s accompanied with comments like “if you don’t need your camera phone to be your primary camera, you’re OK…or it’s not bad, but not as good as the same 8mp camera in the Incredible, Charge, or Thunderbolt”.  For me, I need the camera to be very good and the sample pics I’ve seen in reviews just are good enough.  

        • Anonymous

          Well, that’s a little toned down from “worst camera since the Kodak Brownie.”  I am amazed at how many people who don’t even own the phone feel uber-qualified to weigh in on it.

  • Rosalvo

    I love android, but have left it for iOS. Why? Because all manufacturers keep releasing phones that have major issues. As long as this continued, it will be difficult to get me back on an Adroid device.  iOS is not perfect, but at lest it works!

    • Sporttster

      I’m up for a new phone and have considered the very thing you mention. Do I wanna jump ship to the i? It does work whereas this deal with the Bionic is total absurdity. Consider the fact they waited 8 MONTHS to deliver this phone and look at the myriad problems! This does not bode well for Moto at all.

  • Pennywise

    I have not experienced any of these bugs (have not tested all of them). I absolutely love the Bionic. Its crazy fast. The 4G is faster than my fiber connection (20mbps up is insane). The hotspot works great. The screen looks great! I handed my Bionic to a coworker to play samurai vengeance, gurilla bob and braveheart and he said “dayum ur screen looks good!” He has an htc evo.

  • Phil

    great, no fix for the BSOD issue, guess 18,592 views isn’t enough for Moto to take this problem seriously:

    https://supportforums.motorola.com/thread/57568?tstart=0

    • Mike

       Have you tried removing and securely re-installing the micro-SD memory card from your Bionic?

  • Andro X

    I have a Verizon branded car charger and it doesn’t work lol. So what’s up with that?

  • Droidzzzzzzz

    So a couple weeks in and they actually identify a list of fixes and people still bitch. It’s not like they are ignoring them, they are acting on them pretty quickly. Most of the issues are probably only affecting a limited amount of  people so as usual people need something to whine about to try and show us how smart they are. OMFG a device is released and has bugs? No way…..

    • Sporttster

      8 months delayed…..device. Do they need 9 months to get the friggin thing right? a year?? What?…you tell me. OMG a device is delayed,rewritten,redone, reborn, 8 months later and it STILL ain’t right! WOW! They acted so QUICKLY! Just have to wait another MONTH to get the phone you bought last month to work right! Yea…they need to stop “whining”….good night Irene… 8/

  • Jack Hoffman

    Wow, an Touchdown (Exchange) email app is not usable on the Droid?  So, the default client in the Bionic doesn’t supports tasks and they disable the only app for Android that does?  That’s the only “killer app” I have.  

    Even if I could get past the screen, I’m actually glad I didn’t get this phone…and saying that pisses me off.

  • Rizzidy

    So much for that Motorola “build quality” you all kept yammering on about…

    • http://twitter.com/Rocko9999 Rocko Smith

      That’s hardware build quality, not so much software.

  • http://twitter.com/Rocko9999 Rocko Smith

    See, I help when I can! :)

  • Anonymous

    WOW. I’m really not experiencing hardly any of these issues. My Camera works perfect. I use GO SMS pro so no issues there either. As far as 4G 3G goes, I used to lose 3G in some spots with me D1 and the Bionic is exactly the same but in 4g. It comes and goes and I don’t have to use airplane mode to get it back. I use approved chargers so no issues there. I don’t swap my SIM card so no. I don’t use a lap Dock so I can’t say. I don’t know what  MEID Displayed is so. And I’ve never lost an app or had one disappear. I’m using QQLauncher Pro and Launcher Pro Plus and the OEM from day to day and they all work perfect. The update will be cool though and can’t wait till ICS comes to it.

  • https://plus.google.com/113924127356889315682?tab=ch#113924127356889315682/posts//p/pub Chris Jeske

    “Action: No work around required.Resolution: This is a limitation of DRM protection.”

    Yet more evidence that DRM is of Satan.
     

    • Granted

      DEN is so evil it makes Satan look like Mr. Rogers.

  • Kohdiak

    I’m another of the lucky ones, no problems here.

  • Mineral21

    Is #2 the headphone whine that many insisted was a hardware flaw?  I hope so, because I would love for that to be fixed.  it’s annoying to me, but not a deal breaker.  i want to verify that’s the same issue because I wouldn’t call it a “screetching” noise.  More of a buzz or a whine.  Or is that referring to something different?  

    And for the record, I haven’t experienced the rest of these bugs.  

    I love this phone.  

  • EricTheRed

    I think the feedback over the headphones might be due to an oddly shaped headphone jack and might be remedied with the right set of headphones.  I have a set of Skull Candy headphones that get this feedback pretty bad but when I hook up the phone to the auxiliary jack in my vehicle I don’t hear it at all.  This leads me to believe that the phone’s headphone jack may be just a hair too big or deep making the contacts not line up correctly.  Try a few different sets and see if it fixes your problem.  Not saying Moto shouldn’t have included better hardware but what are you gonna do at this point if you’ve already bought the phone?

    Also, I have the Standard Dock with the headphones plugged in the back of the dock and I receive no feedback at all with the Skull Candy head phones I mentioned earlier.  I bet if you could get your hands on some type of USB headphones (Not sure there is such a thing…) or some bluetooth one there’d be no more feedback.

    Hope this helps someone…

    • Maxxmentum

      I think the aux jack has a different impedance or a better filter that cancels the hum.  My best guess is that is a resonance hum from a bad batch or miss-matched component.  It might be as simple as using a filter (magnet/or electronics) patch cable.  Can you guys use the headphones and answer calls.  I loved that about the droid.  Tbolt stock rom does not have it (though the problem is fixed in other ROMS).

      • http://twitter.com/Rocko9999 Rocko Smith

        I put my money on a weak/bad ground.

  • Maxxmentum

    You know I actually feel better about my Thunderbolt now, and I did not think that was possible.   Not a fan of VZ imposed issues.   Proprietary  charge gear…GOOD GOD!  Moto and VZ must have been bitten by Jobs and now have the IOS virus, they can’t tell the difference between Idrones and Android users….android users have choices.  “No work around required” is a lot like “we’re sorry you feel that way.”  Missing apps?  Like barnacle?  The high pitch screeching with wired head set has been an on and off
    problem with Moto phones for a while.  The droid1 missed it, but that
    was a phone for the people.  BTW ..fixed by Date XXXX….as a thunderbolt user I can tell you not to hold your breath lol.  Don’t get me wrong I am mega jealous of the bionic…but man..this was unfriendly posturing.

    • Maxxmentum

      bye the way, how is the battery life?

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_NEOS2HO2ITOC6GKUN2Q4DZHZCA Daniel

    Add another one.

    Everytime I try to disable a google contact picture by editing contact and clicking “remove image” in favor of using their facebook contact, it resets back to google contact after like a day or less (never actually timed it…maybe just a power cycle idk).  Really annoying.

  • http://www.facebook.com/people/Thomas-Hammie/1398210197 Thomas Hammie

    I hate my thunderbolt and verizon. I think i hate verizon more. I’ve had the gs2(sprint) for 4hrs now, and its slowly taking the pain away. Damn i hate verizon!  

    • Maxxmentum

      Yeah, if VZ keeps getting all evil I might think about changing when my contracts up.  Of course everyone that I got onto vz like my modra will kill me.  Tough call.  My Tbolt is actually really cool now that I have gone to SHIFT ROM V1.5.  I got 12 hours from my phone two days in a row with reasonable use.  Had to go through a lot of pain to get there..no trust for VZ updates anymore.  The Bionic is supposed to have great battery life, I just hope the updates are not repeat of the Tbolt patches..don’t want my android brothers to go through that crap too

  • Sean76

    What about the camera taking an hour to focus?

  • Anonymous

    funny how some folks are saying that they are glad they passed up on this device for the galaxy prime.  you think that the prime won’t have a bunch of bugs too?  just look at every android device released by any carrier – they all have bugs at release.  it’s just something you learn to live with being an early adopter for any android device.

    anyway, i’m hopeful that motorola will address the screen lock issue for the bionic as well.

  • camjcb

    I’ve been using Nitrodesk’s Touchdown since day one and I haven’t encountered any problems.  What exactly are they referring to? 

  • http://twitter.com/Monkdn Ray Baker

    I’ve only had the data connection problem…  but I just toggle my widget and it works fine again.  Its a little annoying and I’m glad they are fixing it, but it isn’t a deal breaker for me.  And since being on vacation I borrowed my cousin’s power cable and it charges just fine (T-mobile)

  • Nanchu808

    WWhat about pocket detection working all the time

  • http://twitter.com/ByTheBook4 CrookByTheBook4

    When they going to fix the Camera? Press shoot and 5 seconds later your pic shows up half as good as it should be. Only negative for me.

  • http://twitter.com/QSMinSD Q

    The Charger/Cable thing isnt a big deal at all.  My Bionic works fine with my DX and TB charger.  It also works with a Blackberry MicroUSB cable.  However, I have noticed this Belkin and Chinse Generic chargers I have dont work.. 

    Nice to see bugs are being addressed and a patch is in the works.

  • BionicCommando3214

    RE #4 and #5:

    Is it due to the high amperage rapid charging requirements? Not all chargers can do this. My non-Moto chargers and cables work fine, but they are designed for rapid charging for smart phones and tablets.

    Get the camera app, data connections and app switcher fixed and that will solve 95% of my issues.

  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_B2QSIC2M72JOFETTNGSRQFCFRY EricS

    “No resolution required, working as designed and approved by Verizon Wireless.”

    In plain English – “Tough shit, VZW already has your money.  Enjoy the two year contract that we made you sign when purchasing this device.”

    • Domakinsu

      I bought mine retail, sucka.

      • Anonymous

        You paid $600 for a mediocre device and HE’S the sucka?

  • Hudu

    It seems like Verizon’s Android phones are having a lot of issues. I guess my OG Droid will be replaced with the iPhone 5!

    • TK

      I’m considering switching myself. It doesn’t seem to matter what Android phone you get. It’s bugs galore.

  • Anonymous

    My phone has no issues that have manifested themselves to me, so I am happy with my Bionic. But the shear fact that they break and patch root attached to bug fixes is just BS. I wish they had the BALLS to say to the hacker/dev/enthusiast community that “WE ARE REMOVING your root and your ability to have FUN!” Instead they insult us with these cheap shots under the belt. LAME! I will continue to use and enjoy my Moto Bionic, but I am pissed at them, Moto and VZW. I will keep my current version until a new exploit is found.
    Oh yeah and I DO NOT tether against TOS!!

    • Anonymous

      The word “tether” is not mentioned in the current customer agreement.  If the phone will tether and you have a data plan, it would appear that it is OK to tether.

  • fartbubbler

    how about mentioning that if you take the OTA update that it will change the kernel and bootloader, thereby preventing root?

    • fartbubbler

      btw, thanks Motorizen :(

      • Anonymous

        HTC has been doing the same thing with the OTA’s for the Inc2. I think Verizon is the major cause for locked booloarders. At least HTC as there unlocking webpage up now. 

  • Roadkillexpress61

    Switching back to my Incredible this weekend before the 30 days are over.

    • Pilotbluemike

      its 14 days now, not 30

      • Anonymous

        in california its 30 days…

        • Keith Sumner

          VZW’s policy is 14 days now, period.

          • Taylor Davis

            California state law 30 days.  No one, not even Verizon can bypass that.

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  • Anonymous

    I was under the impression that the USB cables used by VZW/Motorola were more complex than a standard USB cable/charger.  Might that be why they aren’t compatible?

  • Wunderwaffe

    The phone is great, but the disappearing app thing is annoying. I figured out that if I keep all the apps out of the media area then none of them disappear.

  • Anonymous

    Nothing about sdcard vs sdcard-ext??? For shame.

  • Anonymous

    Glad to hear other people are experiencing some of the bugs I’m having.  Still love the phone.  Glad that I stopped using Touchdown a long time ago because I would have been really mad if I was still using it and it didn’t work on this phone because VZ wouldn’t allow it.

  • Bennyb123

    Wow I’ve had my Bionic for almost the Weeks now. I didn’t know I had all of these problems!! Lol I love this phone. No other chargers or USB cables besides moto or Verizon? Simply not true. I use a 15 ft. USB from monoprice everyday. Works perfectly. Really I couldn’t be happier with this phone. Its so crazy fast! I connect to Bluetooth while in the car, I’m streaming music from google music while navigating with google navigation while interrupting that to send a voice text or make a voice initiated call, oh and ask of this while a live wallpaper is in the background? that’s pretty impressive in my opinion.

  • Anonymous

    I’m not sure my next phone will be a Motorola. The USB thing pisses me off.

    • Keith Sumner

      It’s simply untrue, many people here have posted otherwise, I used a sprint USB, other’s have used blackberry, and other generic USB’s with no problem.

  • Dabruise

    Looking at this list make me very happy i  no longer work at a VZW tech support rep.  All phones have a list of bugs.  no such thing as a perfect device.  But reading this just made me remember how annoying people can be.

  • Sk102704

    I use several non-Motorola USB cables and I’ve never had a problem with them.  Most of these bugs aren’t affecting my Bionic.

  • http://twitter.com/Jason13L Jason Lassourreille

    Funny… I have some of these errors on my GB Droidx. I think it is mostly a GB issue, never felt as polished.

  • Terribletowelz

    What about the black screen of death???

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1331411519 Ronnie Tate

    I hope someone at VZW is aware of the duplicate contacts issue.  I didn’t see it on the list you posted, but IMHO it needs to be in the Top 10 most important fixes needed.

    • Bionic

      i had a few of those,  I just deleted them,  hasnt returned

      • Keith Sumner

        yeah that happened with the original Droid, too, something to do with syncing contacts with facebook

  • Anonymous

    I’m glad I rooted my Thunderbolt long ago. If they tried to pull that USB cable crap on me I’d be LIVID.

  • MattInPDX

    I don’t have a dock and the only issue I’m having is the disappearing app issue. From reading online I believe I know the issue, I just hope they fix it.

  • JackAss

    The USB cable thing is BS.  Sounds APPLY to me!  Bye Bye Motorola.  

    • Bionic

      Really?   THIS is the thing that pushes you away from motorola?  Ok………..ill give you one of my 5 motorola chargers that I have in my sock drawer if you shut up.  

    • Keith Sumner

      IT’S NOT TRUE read the comments!

  • 24g

    I haven’t noticed any of these bugs yet on my droid bionic. I also am rooted and flashed clockwork recovery with rom manager and bootstrapped it. no ota for me?

    • Bionic

      Nope, you have to unroot, accept the update, and then re-root.  As far as i know anyway.

  • Bionic

    Im not seeing many problems at all.  Once in a great while my phone will lose data connect but im able to get it back quickly.  I was not aware of the USB or charger stuff.  Thats odd but i dont care cuz i have like 5 motorola and 2 verizon chargers.  

    My head phone jack works just fine.  

    The thing that sucks for me is that im rooted.  So in order to get this OTA update I will have to unroot and wait what?  A couple days for my phone to be qued up for the update?  

  • Turb0wned

    Everyone should have just held out for the Vigor or Prime or ip5. Honestly Motorola delayed this phone 9 months and still has a ton of bugs and a crap screen. This time a year is not a good time to settle for a phone like this. 

    • Bionic

      Your generalizing.  EVERY, and I mean EVERY phone has some bugs at release.  There is not a phone in history that does not have bugs.  Not all Bionics have these bugs.  Mine does not.  

      The Bionic was the best phone available at the time for me and a lot of other people who had an OG Droid that was dying and we did not want to wait 2 more months for a shitty HTC.  The Prime will be awesome im sure, but not worth waiting for.  There is always another phone coming out.  

  • Anonymous

    Regarding chargers: If your the charger (or USB ports on your PC or hub or whatever) put out at least 850 mA you should be fine. Others might work too, but may only keep your device treading water (electrically speaking).

    Besides, Ebay has plenty of Moto branded chargers for <$10 w/free shipping. (The Moto car charger w/the blue 'M' logo that lights up is quite nice, and cheap) http://goo.gl/IS2zt

  • Jose Nissan240

    Hey what about lossing the apps when you move them to the sd card that’s a main fault cuz we are wasting space in apps that can be send to the sd card ….

    • Bionic

      The phone has 8GB of “media area” you can move apps to.  why put on SD card?