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Moto X Did Not Like the Cold and Snow
I was skiing the other day and had my Moto X in my jacket pocket hooked up to some headphones for music. It worked great, no skipping or anything as I went over bumpy patches. I took it out to take a picture at the top of the mountain and it did not like that cold/snow. I was trying to open the camera and it was freaking out, opening and closing the camera a number of times, taking pictures accidentally. This is my only test thus far, but has anyone else had these types of problems with the Moto X in the cold and snow?
- 01-13-2014, 11:51 AM #2
Re: Moto X Did Not Like the Cold and Snow
In my experience, more than the cold, it must have been the moisture. I've had countless 'mishaps' when there are droplets of water on the screen, as it registers as touch points, and makes the phone act crazy, especially if you're also touching it or if there are multiple droplets. I imagine that's what happened...
- 01-13-2014, 01:24 PM #3
Re: Moto X Did Not Like the Cold and SnowThe only thing constant is change. Currently using a Moto X and loving it.
- 01-13-2014, 01:25 PM #4a.k.a. RyZR from HoFo
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Re: Moto X Did Not Like the Cold and SnowWhat was the temperature?
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