For questions specifically about the Motorola Droid RAZR family of phones.

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Can I change (or add more apps to) the unlock screen in Ice Cream Sandwich?

On the previous version I could swipe left or right to start with my camera, or just unlock the phone. I just got the Ice Cream Sandwich update and now I can swipe up or down to access the dialer or ...
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Why would the screen to a Droid Razr Maxx randomly break? [closed]

I read many good reviews about the Droid Razr Maxx which mainly focused on its large 3300 mA battery. All reviews brag about how long the phone lasts before running out of power. Most reviews on ...
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Twitter keeps showing a notification about the same Direct Message

I've deleted the message from twitter on my computer, and from my phone both using the native twitter app, TweetDeck and the builtin social app. Yet every morning I've got a notice in my status bar ...
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Latest Motorola update burns more battery on RAZR phone idle?

I had my Droid Razr tuned pretty well to give me 10-12 hours of use without going below 70-80% of battery life. Since the update to 6.12.181.XT912Verizon.en.US (GB 2.3.6), I'm now down to 40% in the ...
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Droid RAZR MAXX encryption downgrades max camera resolution

After submitting my DROID RAZR MAXX to the whims of my company's OLA for getting access to work mail, calendar, and contacts, it was encrypted, including the storage. Encryption notified me, before ...
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Show Unread Messages on email shortcut?

On my old phone* my gmail shortcut would list the number of unread messages I had in my inbox. I can't figure out how to do this on my Razr. Is there a good app/widget I can use for this if there is ...
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Does the Motorola Droid RAZR support NFC?

Does Motorola RAZR XT910 support NFC with Gingerbread or Android ICS 4.0? Engadget says the device has an NFC controller. What does this really mean?