Let us share the User Manual / User Guide and Quick Start Guide of the Smartphone from Motorola Mobility (the Mobile Phone manufacturer that would be acquired by Google): The Droid Bionic by Motorola. Motorola Droid Bionic is one of many Smartphone that been designed in order to compete to others latest smartphone at this day (rumored include: on facing with iPhone 5). This phone, in fact, has a delayed period time that supposed to be launched because of the “unsatisfactory” of features on the previous Droid Bionic (named as Droid Bionic Tegra). The newest released comes with some enhancement on the features and specs of this Motorola Droid Bionic XT865 (XT865 seems to be the series code, just guessing though). In US, this Bionic comes with Verizon Wireless Carrier (You can see it the mark of Verizon Carrier on Back cover and also front casing, see the image below)
ZumoCast, Dual Core CPU, 4G LTE, 4.3 inches qHD and 8MP Camera with 1080p HD Video Recording, seems to be the “main” and “armor” features brought out by this Motorola Droid Bionic. We will discuss this “things” one by one. Let start with the Design 4.3″ Display screen.
This Bionic that comes with Touch Tablet (Touch Bar) form factor uses 4.3 inches diagonal diameter in Body size dimension of 66.9 x 127.5 x 10.99 mm (high x width x depth in millimeter). Because this Droid Bionic is a Touch Table Smartphone, the 4.3″ screen manufactured by using TFT Capacitive Touchscreen and the best of this, the screen furnished by Corning Gorilla Glass (just like common High-end Smartphone). qHD in screen features of this gadget means that it has 960 x 540 pixels resolution. The screen also has 16M colors and for overall body with battery it has about 158 grams on its weight. (continue to “Specifications” Tab)
Motorola Droid Bionic Manual User Guide XT865 & Quick Start Guide Resume Verizon Wireless
For the User Guide / User Manual of Motorola Droid Bionic, the available language version that we could find is the English version, but for the Quick Start Guide aka Getting Started Guide (QSG/ GSG) the version available for English and Spanish Version.
Take a look for a while the picture that we gave you below. It is the figure of front panel with its parts and keys of Motorola Droid Bionic and also Home screen and Calling Screen. Unfortunately, the back / rear panel of this phone isn’t available in the User Guide PDF Manual. Check on page 4 to find out directly about it, if you don’t believe it, or just search it by yourself (after you download the PDF User Guide file).
Just like a common Android Device ( in almost all version of Android OS), the reset option aka Hard / Master Reset aka Factory Data Reset on Motorola Droid Bionic, can be performed by this steps: Menu > Settings > Privacy > Factory Data Reset > Reset Phone. Remember to backup all your data (photos, doc, videos) before you doing this action, because it would erase all installed / download applications, data on your memory card (both internal and external memory). See on page 54 about this on User Guide Manual of this gadget.
Of course, the tutorial and help for another features and tools also available. From learning to use the 8 Megapixel Camera, learning to use Swype, using ZumoCast, pairing the bluetooth wireless device to your Bionic, connecting the Wi-Fi, and also find common troubleshooting / problem and solution are also available.
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Motorola Droid Bionic Verizon Wireless XT865 Specifications
As one of “well prepared” Smartphone by Motorola, the Droid Bionic installed with the latest version of Android Operating System, The Android 2.3.4 Gingerbread (specially designed just for Smartphone, though the 3.0 is actually the latest version of Android OS, but this Honeycomb version is merely built just for Tablet device). As an Android device, some Google Application for Android also preloaded (available without need to get it from Market). These Google Apps including Google eBooks, Google Search and Search by Voice, Android Market, YouTube, Google Maps (with Navigation and Street View), Google Latitude, Google mail, Google Talk, and more.
Hey! You promised to tell us about ZumoCast, isn’t it? What is this kind of thing? OK, be patient please. ZumoCast actually an applications developed by Motorola in order to get you stream any documents, pictures / photos, music and video remotely and virtually from any computer. All the data would be stored only that why you can access it from any device (at this case on Motorola Droid Bionic. It is specially design for Motorola Users. For the detail about this, you can read the explanation wrote by Motorola at here.
Motorola Droid Bionic equipped with 1GB RAM, 2GB ROM and 16GB Storage memory (very good point in this specs, it even has 16GB microSD preinstalled for external memory – expandable up to 32GB: total 32GB) along with the Dual Core 1GHz ARM Cortex A9 Processor and installed Graphic Processing Unite with ULP GeForce and also armored with Tegra 2 AP20H Chipset. With this specs, you do not to worry on running any “heavy” applications such as 3D Games or making Multitasking within droid Bionic.
Along with Verizon Wireless, Motorola Droid Bionic works under CDMA Technology and supports for EVDO Rev.A up to 3.1 Mbps (800/1900Mhz) and of course the 4G (fourth generation Data networks technology) of LTE B12 700Mhz (Long Term Evolution). Wi-Fi for IEEE WLAN 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi portable Hotspot, DLNA, microUSB 2.0 (version), Bluetooth version 2.1 plus EDR and support A2DP also included.
For Video Recording ability using 8Megapixel Camera, the Bionic also capable to create HD (High Definition) Video up to 1080 p (using HDMI port you can play this recorded video on Television screen that has wider view), and for Photo shot, it support face and smile detection, Image stabilizer, Geo tagging with GPS AGPS supports, Dual LED Flash for light assistance while in poor light environment, Auto Focus, Touch to Focus, and also Image Editor.
For complete Specifications, we recommend you to visit the Official Specs of Motorola Droid Bionic (just click the link please) and find more about this device. Including the supported Audio Video formats like MP3, MP4, WMA, WMV, the Swype Keyboard, Quick Office, and Proximity, Accelerometer, Light sensor, and more.
Table of Contents of Motorola Droid Bionic Manual User Guide XT865 for Verizon
Touchscreen and Keys
Apps and Updates
Tips and Tricks
Photos and Videos
Language and Region,
Memory card and file management
Quick Start Security
Remote wipe a lost / stolen smartphone,
Safety Regulatory and Legal
Motorola Droid Bionic Manual User Guide XT865 & Quick Start Guide PDF Download for Verizon
Beside the two file of Manual (User Guide and Quick Start Guide) of Motorola Bionic, there are another manual / guide in PDF File for additional accessories and parts (if you also bought this accessories): Battery Dock Guide, Car Cradle Guid, Wireless Charging Door Guide, Vehicle Navigation Dock Guide, Lapdock Guide, HD Station and HD Multimedia Dock Guide.
About the picture that we embedded on this Section above, it is the series of tutorial that would guide you how to assembling the battery in proper ways, how you can learn to open and close the back cover casing properly, how you can insert the SIM Card and MicroSD Card and installing it and how you can Charging the Battery. This tutorial available under “Lets Go” section on sub section of “Assemble & Charge” at page 5 of the UG PDF of Motorola Droid Bionic.
- Download User Manual / User Guide of Motorola Droid Bionic | Language: English | PDF Size: 8.75MB | Page: 68
- Download Quick Start Guide / Getting Started Guide of Motorola Droid Bionic | Language: English and Spanish EN-ES | PDF Size: 7.33MB | Page: 90
Additional Guide PDF (Accessories and Tools):
Battery Dock Guide, 524KB | Wireless Charging Door Guide, 1.52MB | Car Cradle Guide, 335KB | Standard Dock Guide, 764KB | Lapdock Guide, 3.11MB | Vehicle Navigation Dock Guide, 577KB | HD Multimedia Dock Guide, 577KB | HD Station Guide, 893KB