Power back your i Phone, switch off your Airplane mode and then enable the Cellular data option. Here’s a pro tip on a Wednesday – stop buying Motorola and Verizon’s exclusive DROID phones if you care at all about software updates or security.This means that the only copy of those emails is located on the selected computer or device.
Marketed as the ultimate flagships when they launch, the DROID brand of phones have become laughing stocks in terms of support.At this point, we are well beyond blaming Motorola’s thinned out support staff and Verizon’s notoriously slow update approval or testing process.If you would like to use an email client with your AOL Mail account and you are not currently using an email client configured with POP3, please refer to our help article Verizon Move to AOL Mail: Setting up your new AOL account in a third party email program or mobile device (IMAP).This article provides instructions on how to set up your new AOL account in an email client using IMAP.While Sprint has already pushed out the software to its own Note 4 users, we’re yet to see Marshmallow become available on any of the other US carriers.
We’d like to imagine that this means it won’t be long before Verizon, T-Mobile and AT&T follow suit, but we’ve been around long enough to know that some of the network providers like to drag their heels a little.This is borderline offensive and should deter you from even considering a Turbo 3 or whatever robotic name these two cook up and sell you on later this year.Aside from the fact that the Turbo 2 (and original Turbo) were solid phones with great battery life and unique features like a shatterproof display, they are typically some of the last phones to receive the latest and greatest (including protection) from Google. In stores on October 29 of last year, after three botched attempts at releasing Android 6.0 Marshmallow, Motorola and Verizon finally produced the update for all customers today.Other updates, as usual, include the ‘Doze’ standby power-saving feature and more granular app permission controls.There’s no mention of whether or not Samsung included the ability to ‘adopt’ Micro SD cards as internal storage, but we’re presuming — given its stance with the S7 — it won’t be featured in any of its phones.As previous rumors suggested, the Marshmallow update brings with it some features across from the Galaxy Note 5.