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    Default Moto X: Setting default email send account

    I Can't find a place to set the default send from email account. Motorola support says it's a software problems I.e. Google. Any one know of a fix. I know I can use the drop down box..but I want to do it the old way. There is no way to change it.
    Carrier Verizon.
    Kit Kat 4.4.2
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    Default Re: Moto X: Setting default email send account

    I just checked my nexus 7..... Same problem. Should this move to the Kit Kat 4.4.2 forum? How do I do that?
    Last edited by Santa Cruz Mark; 03-26-2014 at 10:15 PM. Reason: add question.
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    Default Re: Moto X: Setting default email send account

    Found another problem(s). I can't find how to set car mode, phone sleeps.
    Took it to a Verizon store, they could not figure it out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Santa Cruz Mark View Post
    Found another problem(s). I can't find how to set car mode, phone sleeps.
    Took it to a Verizon store, they could not figure it out.
    There is no car mode app per se any longer. You can use Assist to set a driving mode if you want and if you want a true car mode you can use Car Home Ultra. As long as you have sone kind of Bluetooth device in your vehicle Car Home Ultra can be set to automatically start upon connection. You don't necessarily need a Bluetooth stereo. One of those Bluetooth tags people are using as trusted Bluetooth devices would work. Just leave it in the car. The app can be set to only start car mode on connecting to certain devices so it doesn't start when you connect to your speaker at home and automatically shuts off when you disconnect from the device. The Griffin dock will also set car mode but you will still need and app if you want big buttons. Like I said, there is no native car home built in anymore.

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    Default Re: Moto X: Setting default email send account

    My experience is that it will use the first account that is created/setup. If it is using the wrong one, delete the other accounts, send an email (which will default to the only current account), and then add your other account(s) back.
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    Default Re: Moto X: Setting default email send account

    K9 mail gives you a great deal of control over what account to send from. It's free. I recommend it highly.
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