The worst purchase I ever made. Constant problems. The latest is that I get no ringback or busy signal when I make an outbound call. If I switch to speakerphone I hear the ring or busy signal. Took it to the Verizon store several times. On the last visit they did a factory reset. The phone worked fine for ten days and now is back to the same problem. They will not replace it. They will sell me a service contract.
I would not recommend Verizon or the Turbo2.
Comparing this post thread to the Moto X Force thread it seems Verizon has ruined an awesome phone with their rubbish software. Droid Turbo 2 and Moto X Force are the same thing but once Verizon got hold of it they turned is into a steaming pile of ....
anon, 06 Mar 2016Go to Settings - > Advanced calling -> activate advanced calling. This device is built f... moreUseless. Advanced calling option makes calls drop every few seconds. Can't handle data and calls at the same time. Camera won't run while in a call. Can't look up anything on web or in Maps while in a call.
Returning mine within the 14 day grace that Version gives me.
This phone is absolutely terrible. I constantly have issues with the screen coming on and it eventually stopped functioning, so I took it to my back yard and crushed it with my sledgehammer. Good times.
glraz, 24 Nov 2015I picked up one of these on 11/10. Have exchanged it for two new ones and still have a callin... moreYes. I am having problems with my Motorola Turbo 2. After having this phone x 2 weeks. I started noticing a hummmmm noise as I was talking. The person on the other end States when this happens it sounds like I'm in a drum with a hummmmm. It is getting worse. I Called Verizon & was told they couldn't replace phone. First I had to replace the Sims card to see if that helps. Going to do this soon. My husband's phone is starting to do the same thing.
I have had this phone about a week and so far I really love it! I have had no issues at all. I have had no complaints about not hearing me and have had no issues with glitching software. The battery life is great. It does not last the two days like advertised but that is my fault as I have such things as gps location, brightness, and other settings turned up. With that being said, I do get a full day use out of a single charge with moderate use. Have not had a chance yet to see how fast watching movies and videos will drain the battery. Absolutely love how fast it charges and the large eternal storage. I would highly recommend this phone to anyone.
Why2, 02 Mar 2016I have owned my phone for about two weeks now, the most important feature for me is that I hav... moreYou may have had better luck with the latest iPhone, the iPhone 6S Plus. I switched from Andriod to Apple and quite please with the latest iPhone on performance and call quality.
tjstandr, 08 Mar 2016The Motorola Droid Turbo 2 is a worthless device. Very poor call quality ( people say they can... moreI was having the same issue with my droid turbo 2. Instead of going through Verizon, I went directly through Motorola. Verizon tech support is complete Sh!t. They give you refurbiished phones. Motorola gives you two options to fix it. Advance exchange or repair.
The Motorola Droid Turbo 2 is a worthless device. Very poor call quality ( people say they cannot here me unless I'm on speaker) the phone drops calls frequently, and it won't hold a charge. I'm on my second phone due to the turbo charging going out on the 1st one. I'm paying for a brand new device and the phone that was sent to me was obviously used( not clean) and I'm sure original owner returned the phone do do the issue's it has. Verizon is aware of all of this things but refuse to replace it.You can count on Verizon's customer support and Technical Support to be useless and flat out dishonest! I had the same issue's with the first one. I love the interface and features but the device just had to many problems.
vicky, 02 Feb 2016no stereo speaker,no water resistantwithout stereo its good. cool realistic sound. stereo is good .but this one is too good...
Why2, 02 Mar 2016I have owned my phone for about two weeks now, the most important feature for me is that I hav... moreGo to Settings - > Advanced calling -> activate advanced calling. This device is built for VoLTE. Once thats turned on you will be amazed at the call quality improvement
Why2, 02 Mar 2016I have owned my phone for about two weeks now, the most important feature for me is that I hav... moreUpdate ... took the phone back to the Verizon store, store manager made a few calls with my new phone and concluded that I had a defective phone. He replaced it with another new phone off the shelf. The new phone is working great.
If you're buying for the advertised long battery life, don't. Moderate-to-heavy users may not see a full day on a charge.
Screen occasionally freezes. Don't know if it's a memory problem or the screen not recognizing my touch.
Nice looking with mediocre guts. My previous Motorola Droid Maxx was a better phone.
I have owned my phone for about two weeks now, the most important feature for me is that I have a good working phone. The quality of calls is poor at best. Customers complain they can't hear me well, constant crackling and buzz sound in background. I took the phone back to the Verizon store today, they " upgraded" it to HD phone. I thought that would take care of it, ... NO, not any better. My old flip phone was a better "phone". Forget all the fancy crap, if you can't talk on it, what good is a cell phone? Maybe I got a bad phone, maybe the droid 2 is junk? Why take a chance, pass on this phone.
- Plastic "shatterproof" screen - not quite as responsive as glass, but not terrible.
- No IR blaster (has IR sensor, for what, I don't know), so no remote control for your TV :(
Aside from these 2 complaints, I haven't had any issues with the phone. If I had the option (don't want to waste $600), I would re-evaluate my purchase.
I chose this phone as it wasn't as locked down as the others. Most nowadays don't have anything removable. This one at least has the option to add a bigger SD card - granted you have to use the included tool, or a paperclip to eject it.
My previous phone was an LG G3, but it hard bricked itself after a year & a half. It was a good phone.