Satish Nethikar, 22 Aug 2016Looking for the battery and Full panel, can any one help me outfor battery go to OL shop lazada asia. original release was on Australia or Europe
Looking for the battery and Full panel, can any one help me out
marko, 11 Oct 2015Can it run skype facebook and instagram?nowadays facebook messenger and skype doesn´t work after the upgrade version.
after 1 year and 3 months my battery drain even in off condition (short circuit even never use in water). it was good phone: never restart, in a place where the gsm signal is bad: none of my friends got signal (same carrier as mine), defy still manage have 4 bar of edge. btw I recommend slimkat 4.4 to anyone still used this art of engineering
I bought my Defy Plus in 2011 and its still working BUT...
1. Replaced the screen after a year and a half because of pixel burn-in.
2. Larger pixel burn-in on the second screen in less than a year.
3. Rubber gasket covers for micro USB port loosened after 1.5 years.
4. Still experiencing reboots since day one.
Worst Android phone I ever bought.
motorola defy plus, 17 Aug 2015me too ...!!! hate this reboot problem. I fixed it changing the cellphone data mode.
U have to restart the phone and press "Vol -" when the LED light.
Then u have to search for something that say "on demand" (My Defy+ is rooted, I dont remember what is write on original boot menu. For me it is "Scaling"). U just have to change this parameter. Im using "conservative" mode, for example. And dont worry about this changing. If u still having problems, just go back to old configuration.
With the glowing reviews, it appears I drew the short straw and ended up with one of these Defy+'s from a series of faulty batches and was experiencing constant and relentless reboots, (even while freshly factory reset and a brand new replacement sim) with rather hell raising mid call reboots. Subsequent warranty replacements also eventually failed, but in completely different ways. I have to admit, I'm very glad to have gotten rid of mine 2 years ago, where in confession, I reached the end of my tether, folded it up (it folds quite easily) and literally threw it in the bin. The Sony Xperia line so far (Acro S and the Z2) in comparison have been a lot more stable for me.
Bought in 2011. Still very happy with its functioning. looks like it ll b god to use for another 4 years..
Good phone with the drawbacks of 512 MB RAM and Android 2.3.6 that Motorola is not willing to upgrade.
However, you can install CyanogenMod 9 (Android 4.0.4) very easily and it works even better, with a lot more setup opportunities (e.g. vibrate when your call is answered, vibrate in 45th seconds of call etc.).
(Maybe even newer versions of CM, even v11 that equals Android 4.4 but I use this one in the moment - however, these ugrades should be done by the manufacturer not by zealous fans.)
So in my opinion it is a very good phone with some handicaps coming from its age.
I had this phone since 2011 and it's still working!!! Unbelievable, if they could only make new phones this durable...
This is the worst phone I ever had it switches itself on an off automatically it hides photos on ma sdcard...am even thinking of switching
Infact,I really salute this phone. I'am using it now and will buy a new one when this fail to work.
I bought this phone in Jan 2011 till now using this phone.
Last year met with an accident and phone became curved, battery was curved, screen broken. I adjusted everything properly. Changed touch screen and using it till date.
I think this is the best phone of its time.
People commenting tht its not good, they need to check the manufacturing date of the phone. During the time when it was launched it was the best deal. I did a lot of under water shoot in my swimming pool with this phone.
Good phone with the exception of only 512MB RAM and obsolete Gingerbread (2.3). Good solution is upgrade to Jelly Bean (XDA Developers). ROM is VERY stable, no bugs at all, excellent performance and UP TO 250 FREE RAM
pjeschakkk, 24 Jan 2015I like my motorola defy plus very much. I use original android 2.3.6. Would be great if possib... moreYou're not losing much by keeping on 2.3.6, the stability and battery consumption seems better on it. Using a recent 4.4 (Quarx) on mine, you have to be real careful with the free ram otherwise it'll reboot and there's this annoying black screen bug when i'm calling or receiving calls. But anyway i like my rugged little phone regardless.