Uninstall and reinstallktklein72 said::androidsad:
Ok, I'm brand new to Android so bear with me as this is my first Droid smartphone (just came from Blackberry...)
I've had my Droid X2 for about a week - it's stock, not rooted and I've installed a handful of apps from the Marketplace. All seemed to be going relatively well until mid-day today when an orange caution triangle appear on the top left of my screen where the status notifications appear. When I swiped down it says Twitter connection error.
From My Accounts I added beside my various email accounts both Facebook and Twitter. After adding Facebook, most of my contacts have pictures now and I learned how to "join" contacts 0 so that is working well.
I just stated using Twitter so I'm only following a few people/things and making only a few posts...
Under All Apps, after adding my Facebook and Twitter credentials under My Accounts, I can see posts on both services from the Social Networking App that came preloaded on the Droid X2, so I know the credentials are correct. I even went so far as installing Seesmic and added both accounts - like that app best but it has some bugs I found, but that's for another discussion...
So, when I go to Messaging, both my Universal Inbox and Twitter have the orange cautionary triangle. When I go into either one and refresh I get an "Unable to connect to Twitter." message. Now here's the crazy part, I already know the credentials are good because the other apps/services (Social Networking and Seesmic) work and if I send myself a tweet (from under Messaging), it appears in both the universal inbox and the twitter inbox fold, but I still get the orange cautionary triangle. I have removed the account quite a few times and cleared my caches to no avail plus I'e even tried battery pulls w/o an effect. I really have no clue why this suddenly started happening after nearly a week of having the DX2. Is there a Motorola Service perhaps that could be down or not working properly and therefore I'm getting this notification? (I'm thinking like when Blackberry service had outages...)
Any advice is welcome. Thanks.