The DROID BIONIC Has Landed – Now Sync It With Outlook & More

It’s been 9 months in the making, but the DROID BIONIC is finally here. It was first seen back in January, but delays, rumors of cancellation, and more delays have caused the BIONIC to become one of the most hyped phones this year. And based on its specs, Motorola is hoping to deliver on that hype.

It is no doubt a powerhouse, something the specs, and the price, reflect. The BIONIC features a 4.3” qHD touchscreen display, dual-core 1GHz processor, 1GB RAM, 16GB internal storage with a 16GB microSD card preinstalled, 8 megapixel camera, and much more. Running on Verizon’s 4G network, the BIONIC is listed at $299 with a new 2-year contract.

It’s place among the top Android phones is without question, but does it live up to the hype? Hear our thoughts in the video below:

As you can see, we got our hands on the BIONIC and are happy to report that CompanionLink will allow you to sync the BIONIC with Outlook, ACT!, Salesforce, and more! Contacts, calendars, tasks, memos and more all sync seamlessly. Try it for yourself with our 14-day free trial or grab a copy of CompanionLink today. Prices start at just $49.95.

What do you think of the BIONIC? Do you have questions about syncing? Leave a comment below!

The DROID BIONIC Has Landed – Now Sync It With Outlook & More was last updated September 8th, 2011 by David Z

7 thoughts on “The DROID BIONIC Has Landed – Now Sync It With Outlook & More

  1. I recently upgraded my Bionic Android 4, ICS, and was having problems with syncing because there is no “Charge Only Mode” you told me to use Deja Cloud. What a very positive difference. I will not go back to to any other method of syncing.Thank you for your help.

  2. Brian – the Bionic is an interesting case in that we’ve specifically made it work with the external SD card because people were experiencing trouble with the internal card (yeah, the Bionic has 2 SD cards…).

    At this point, I’d suggest getting in touch with our DejaOffice support team via – they may be able to help troubleshoot what’s going on and get DejaOffice working normally with your external card.

  3. I have a droid bionic and would like to use Dejaoffice and CompanionLink to sync with Outlook–I would like to do this without the external SD card present.  How do I do this?  Currently, when I try to do anything in Dejaoffice it tells me “Unable to access SD card.”  I’ve been syncing wirelessly, but believe there is a problem with the external SD card which seems to keep crashing, thus leaving DejaOffice inoperable.

  4. Generally speaking, these steps will help you enable “charge only” mode:1. Connect the phone to the PC via the USB cable.
    2. Pull down the Android notification bar (tap the very top of the screen ans swipe down) and select USB Connection.
    3. Select “Charge Only”, then tap OK.If this doesn’t work, let me know and we can go from there!

  5. I am still trying to get my Bionic to synch to Outlook.  I have CompanionLInk and DejaOffice.  I am instructed to set USB to ‘charge only” but where do I do that?!  Thnaks!