The Motorola Droid Bionic comes with a collection of advanced features. Once you’ve mastered the basics, you can check out these how to videos to get more out of your phone.
For more experienced Android users, there are a number of Droid Bionic videos that show you how to use the built in apps like MOTOPRINT, Zumocast and Citrix, as well as a closer look at accessories.
The app videos will help you get starteed with some of the more useful pre-installed apps. Stay tuned for a guide on how to get started with Webtop for enhanced on the go productivity.
For more, read our Droid Bionic review.
Motorola Droid Bionic App How To Guide
How to Set Up Zumocast – This short video shows you how to get the Zumocast service up and running so that you can access your computer’s files from your phone.
How to Use Zumocast – Once you have everything setup, this video will show you how you can use Zumocast to access your music, movies and documents while on the go.
How to Use MOTOPRINT – MotoPrint allows you to print wirelessly to your home or office printers. MOTOPRINT allows you to print photos, documents and more, right from your Bionic.
How to use Citrix Receiver – If you use Citrix, or want to sign up for it, you can gain access to your important documents and other work functions from your Droid Bionic.
How to Video Chat with Gtalk – You can use the built in Gtalk application to video chat with other Google users. You can chat between phones and to their Gmail account on the web.
Droid Bionic Acessories
While you’re focused on getting more out of your Droid Bionic, take a look at this accessories video that shows off the range of add ons you can get for the Bionic.
If you need help getting started, check out the Droid Bionic Beginner’s Guide videos, and stay tuned for more on how to maximize your Droid Bionic experience.
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