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Droid X : The Missing Manual is from The Missing Manual book series, publishing manuals for products that doesn’t come with one.
Motorola Droid X is the 4.3 inch screen size Android phone carried by Verizon Wireless.
Android devices are mushrooming like never before and while the launch of the Droid X was one with fanfare, the device now has since been overshadowed by more powerful Android devices.
However, it is good to note that the Droid X itself does have some unique features.
As any Android phones has basic features where usage are similar, this handbook comes in handy for the specially customized features of the Droid X.
First off, you will be taken to a guided tour and learn that the Droid X is 4.3 inches, measured diagonally (technically, that’s 480 × 854 pixels). When you turn it sideways, it switches to a widescreen TV and movie format.
The Droid X also supports HDMI which is among the niftier things about the Droid X, because it can display your photos and videos, including HD videos, on a TV or monitor, as long as the TV or monitor has an HDMI slot.
Motorola Widgets are Android widgets developed by Motorola and they’re a bit niftier. The manual highlights some of them and one of the advantage with Motorola’s are they are resizable.
Swype, the keyboard that allows you to input letters by sliding between buttons is built-in with the Droid X. This makes the need for user to switching between keyboards, based on preference. You can learn how to perform this with the missing manual.
Besides that, the Droid X supports Visual voicemail and Video editing. The video editor in Droid X is built-in and isn’t available in the usual Android phones.
As for the usual features that you can find in an Android device such as a calculator, calendar and using voice commands, you will still get to learn how to use them in this book.
That also includes setting up and connecting to WiFi, and creating a Mobile hotspot with the Droid X.
Apart from using the phone alone, there is a also a chapter about Syncing and Transferring Music, Videos, Pictures, and Other Files using Windows PC, Mac and Windows Media Player.
This book guides you on how to use the Droid X for work especially setting up and using Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync, and VPN where applicable.
Android phones are rarely sold with a manual just like any other smartphones. Users are expected to know how to use them right out of the box. However, as users are not the one who developed the software, they are prone to not discovering all the smart (sometimes hidden or looked over) features.
This is where the Droid X : The Missing Manual comes in handy.
Tips are everywhere in this book.
That said, not everyone read the manuals, but this book might be one of those that is good for those who read them and need to know every single functionality with their purchase.
Might be a good company if you’re giving the Droid X to someone as a gift too!
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