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Finally, I have Google Earth on the newest software version of Android working perfectly..EXCEPT for one little irk..when you first bring it up, it centers on CHINA, and not the USA~! YUCK.. Not GOOD..
The Motorola Droid is an Internet and multimedia enabled smartphone designed by Motorola, will Google's Android operating System.The Droid mark is a registered trademark of Lucasfilm authorized to Wireless.The Verizon phone was the first to integrate without Na Google Maps
I like running Chrome, I can sync my bookmarks my desktop to my Droid 1, print from the Droid, and much more!
Chrome to phone FTW.
I have had my first gen Droid for a little over a year now and I love it. I am still finding new tricks to do with it each day(Just started playing with Gmote). I finally took the plunge and *Rooted* it a couple months back and have been running a custom rom and the performance is even better.
Droid is odd and beautiful device. Looking at material from a purely philosophical point of view, seems the ID of the phone without hesitation provocation. Instead of taking its cues among the current candidates in the space smartphone, the Droid is hard and all jagged slopes.
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