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5 responses to “Review: Motorola V9 RAZR2 (AT&T)”

  1. hytran

    Yet another reviewer that hasn’t a clue about the J2ME domain model and why there’s a java “nag” everytime an app accesses the network.

    It’s not a bug, so it won’t be “fixed”. It’s up to the application author to get their application SIGNED by Motorola. Google’s already started with a signed version of Maps, hopefully this will spread to Gmail. Yahoo Go! is signed, as well. Opera has pointedly stated that it’s “too hard” for them to get their app signed. Bs.

  2. sandra

    WOW!! what a lovely moto.. I loved it. hey would you like to install facebook appl on it ? Just try it i hope you like it. A new Facebook application that lets you easily see your friends’ pictures every time they call, creating a unique type of “visual caller ID.” The application is free to download from Facebook and will be available worldwide. For your ref

    Just play with it for fun. 🙂

  3. Tim

    Great review. Just one correction, VoiceSignal has been available on the GSM Motorola KRZR K1 for 2 years now. I know because my wife has one.

  4. mel

    this phone is the greatest phone ever

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