It’s not a fully functional toggle to allow you to go back and forth from 4G to 3G without leaving your home screen, it acts as a shortcut and is a little bit faster then going into Settings > Wireless & Networks > Mobile Networks and change to CDMA only for 3G or CMDA/LTE for 4G.
This toggle has been tested to work on the Droid Razr Maxx and the Droid Bionic ( I haven’t tried it on any other devices), and of course it works on the Droid Razr since it was made for the original Droid Razr. It’s free from the market, and currently the only option for those of us with Motorola devices, and at just 29kb in size it’s worth it to save a few steps when turning on/off 4G on your Motorola Droid device.
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I get over 30+ hours on my Bionic with extended battery. I never needed to short myself and return to 3g. Whats next, teh Droid Razr Maxx-2? Remember when the first Droid RAZR was supposed to outlast the Bionic? It never did. Even on my regular battery, I get 25 hours. Sorry RAZR.
how do you get 25 hours with your standard battery? Even on just 3G I can only get about 10-12 hours.
If you barely use your phone you can get that out of it… My record is 2 days 1 hour… But that was about 2 texts 10 minutes of screen on time on 3g with no phone calls.
Yeah that’s what I thought! Even with leaving mine alone for most of the day I can’t get more then 15 hours, because I have to keep auto-sync on.
30 hours with an extended battery. Would have to see proof. I can get 60 plus hours from the razr maxx if I don’t use it and leave it sitting on the table….It is an impossibility to get 25 hours on a 1785mah battery using 4g. The drain on the battery just syncing would kill it. We are talking about the battery that comes in the phone, not adding extra. If you live in a 3g area, turn off the LTE. Your phone consumes power searching for the 4g.
Works on Galaxy Nexus!