Droid Bionic 4G Made Simple

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The Verizon Droids continue to arrive...Actually, they are already here. And they're powerful, popular, and giving the iPhone a run for its money. One of the latest is the new Verizon DROID X 4G by Motorola. There's a Verizon Droid smartphone for everyone, and this one could be the next iPhone killer, as it is a fully-fledged media smartphone with a big screen for watching media and gaming, a rear 8 megapixel digital camera as well as a front-facing camera, and much more.

DROID X 4G Made Simple helps you get the most out of your new phone. This book walks you through using the device from the ground up, covering everything that you need to know to fully leverage the power of Gingerbread, the latest Android operating system. Expert smartphone trainers and authors show you the ins and outs, tips and tricks, and more, all through clear instructions and detailed visuals.

What you'll learn * How to set up your Droid X 4G smartphone * Tips on how to quickly and effectively use your Droid * Select and download your first group of favorite apps from the Android Market and other app stores * Turn your Droid X 4G into a media machine for games, TV, and movies * Use Wifi on your Droid and tether it to your other devices like a laptop * Run Flash on your Droid Who this book is for Anyone who currently owns or would like to purchase a Droid X 4G smartphone.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 500 pages
  • Berkley, United States
  • English
  • 2011 ed.
  • 1430234644
  • 9781430234647

About Martin Trautschold

Marziah Karch enjoys the challenge of explaining complex technology to beginning audiences. She is the author of Android for Work: Productivity for Professionals. Marziah is a senior education technologist for Johnson County Community College in the Kansas City metro area with more than 10 years of experience. She holds a master's in instructional design and has occasionally taught credit courses in interactive media. Marziah also contributes to New York Times-owned About.com and has been their guide to Google since 2006. When she's not feeding her geek side with new gadgets or writing about technology, Marziah enjoys life in Lawrence, Kansas with her husband, Harold, and two children.
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