The Duck will cost me a lot of time

Discussion in 'Digital Cameras' started by Peter, May 20, 2010.

  1. Peter

    Peter Guest

    My wife's cell phone broke and she needed a new phone. While I was there
    temptation to get the Droid overcame me. There is no manual. I found the
    Verizon tech people not to be very knowledgeable. There are literally
    thousands of apps for it. I did not really need another distraction, but I
    took the plunge. They really FU's the contact transfer. The advice given was
    I need to make changes by hand to over 200 contact numbers and email addys..
    Since the Duck mentioned a Droid first and I said I was thinking about it,
    it is all the Duck's fault.
    Peter, May 20, 2010
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  2. Peter

    Peter Guest

    It is good. Just PITA to set up.

    BTW I did not intend my comment blaming you to be taken seriously.
    Peter, May 22, 2010
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  3. Peter

    Peter Guest

    True. It is a fun thing.

    But it seems to me that Verizon should have some sort of guide to the
    basics, instead of arrogantly saying "it's so intuitive, we don't need a
    manual." Absent a manual, their support should have been quickly able to
    provide basic getting started info.
    Some of the basics are not so intuitive, I had to really hunt through layers
    to figure out such items as: non-destructive cursor moving to edit phone
    numbers; Bluetooth sync, delete apps, where to transfer jpegs, etc.
    Peter, May 22, 2010
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