Motorola DROID BIONIC and ATRIX to have power management bugs?
0. phoneArena posted on 26 Jan 2011, 16:02
With the release of the Motorola ATRIX for AT&T and DROID BIONIC for Verizon to be right around the corner, it's disheartening to hear that the devices might be released with major Power Management bugs. Posts over on Howard Forums have stated the Power Management bug can cause a wide variety of issues, including overhearing (even while in idle), power fluctuations affecting RF signal performance, and cold boot issues...
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1. Darwanism (unregistered) posted on 26 Jan 2011, 16:07 2 0
2. Heywood (unregistered) posted on 26 Jan 2011, 16:10 2 1
Wow. Some troll sputters some unprovable crap on a forum, & it becomes news.
3. box (unregistered) posted on 26 Jan 2011, 16:17 1 1
Wow, sounds like someone wants to sabotage Motorola's sales by spreading unsubstantiated rumors. Here are two incredibly powerful phones, unreleased and still under development, and there's a "bug"; if it's even true, it's not a bug, it's an issue that hasn't been reprogrammed yet.
4. ribbonsalmark posted on 26 Jan 2011, 16:18 1 0
Well if it is true, and Motorola does fix the issue AT&T customers can expect to never receive the update for the fix.
5. DontHateOnS60 posted on 26 Jan 2011, 16:51 0 6
Yeah, the power management bug is called Android OS. I've never seen an OS gobble up battery life like Android does, no matter how lightly you use it.
7. protozeloz posted on 26 Jan 2011, 18:11 0 0
a bug on something not yet released its not a but
9. narley posted on 26 Jan 2011, 18:41 3 0
* BREAKING NEWS *
Currently if you talk on the iphone 5 for over thirty seconds it will combust and shoot shards of glass/tatanium threw your skull at speeds over the speed of light.
Luckily no one in the world has one.
15. remixfa posted on 27 Jan 2011, 09:23 0 0
nah, if the iphone 5 had a bug, it would be the "it accidentally DOESNT hang up on people" bug.. lol.
if this bug is there at release, then its important. manufacturing and coding issues before release are every day events, and not important.
10. downphoenix posted on 26 Jan 2011, 18:42 0 0
so when they said these issues were happening on a blackberry tablet,, everybody was like "omg its true" and when they are happening on 2 motorola devices they are "no wai motorola iz da best".
12. protozeloz posted on 26 Jan 2011, 20:27 0 0
err... I remember many saying the same thing I said and i backup any device with "flaws" before its even released then only one finding it disturbing where the biased apple fanboys saying this was a mayor issue because the iPad provides a better battery performance...
this will be an issue if the phone(any) its shipped with this "bug"
11. therygy posted on 26 Jan 2011, 18:51 0 0
"variety of issues, including overhearing (even while in idle)"....
... because that makes sense
13. protozeloz posted on 26 Jan 2011, 20:29 0 0
I have to say I had android ported on a fuze and used to have a similar issue.... when changing and idle it will overheat, but it was found a patched in few days....
16. viktoriousone (unregistered) posted on 27 Jan 2011, 11:56 0 0
That's just as important as a typo in an unpublished book.
17. tragichero posted on 27 Jan 2011, 15:55 1 0
well if there is a bug and its going to be released... it probobly wont be on the bionic but on the attrix. seeing as the attrix is going to be released a over month before the bionic. by the time the bionic comes out the problem will be more than likelly fixed and this will be a big problem for att.
18. XxVerbalxX (unregistered) posted on 27 Jan 2011, 16:22 0 0
...this is the motorola i remember hating with a passion b4 the droids came out.
oh well, its not a bug if its not released yet. it's a prototype. If people acted like this when the wright brothers were inventing flight we'd still b taking a sailboat to europe. chill the hell out phonearena....we dont care.