Anonymous, 24 Nov 2015that is his wish whether he wants doze or anything, you could've simply answered it if you kne... moreIf you go onto the Nexus 5 forum on GSMArena you will see the posts from other users who are also suffering with battery problems like me. You will also see posts from N5 owners who are rolling back to v5.1.1 because v6.0 is so bad.
Anonymous, 23 Nov 2015@ Avilash95 After reading your last post I went back to your previous ONE sentence enquiry. Al... morethat is his wish whether he wants doze or anything, you could've simply answered it if you knew or else could've ignored it and I own a N5 too and the battery backup did increase with the doze feature. either you have a defective piece or you don't know how to use a phone properly.
Avilash95, 23 Nov 2015First of all I aint crying for marshallow, I was just looking for an update of information fro... more@ Avilash95 After reading your last post I went back to your previous ONE sentence enquiry. All you stated was "When will be marshmallow update be available fo Moto X indian variabt?". Nowhere in that sentence do you mention anything about battery optimization or the Doze mode. I will ignore your childish insult and help you with your enquiry. I also own a Nexus 5 which has the Marshmallow OS on it and I can inform you that it is the worst version of Android so far. I used to get 2 days use from a charge on Lollipop but now struggle to get a full day's use with Marshmallow. That, plus other problems I am experiencing has forced me into looking for ways of installing Lollipop back on the phone.
Anonymous, 21 Nov 2015Here we go again - All the idiots crying because they haven't got Marshmallow on their phone. ... moreFirst of all I aint crying for marshallow, I was just looking for an update of information from users of this phone coz their was news that Brazil has started getting the update. Secondly their is no point which apps will you use on marshmallow, you can run almost every app even on Ice Cream Sandwich and upgrading your phone doesn't means you ll get special app to run on that version. The thing I am looking forward to is the battery optimization and doze mode on marshmallow which is said to improve battery life of your phone and everyone knows battery life really suks on this one.
You are one of the most stupid persons I have came across on this forum, if you don't know about the information being asked then you must not offend others. Get a life dude and stop putting negative responses over internet.
Avilash95, 20 Nov 2015When will be marshmallow update be available fo Moto X indian variabt?Here we go again - All the idiots crying because they haven't got Marshmallow on their phone. Answer ONE question - What app have you got on your phone that wont run on Lollipop? Why is it so important to have Marshmallow. You can't, because your phone runs perfectly well with the OS it has now.
When will be marshmallow update be available fo Moto X indian variabt?
Poor camera quality doesnot justify the price . phone gets heated up and undergoes battery flush out even on standby
larph, 14 Nov 2015is this phone still a good buy?I have been using this for close to an year and still a great phone. Battery is the only problem, difficult to get a full day charge on heavy usage.
gaurav bigg, 14 Nov 2015Sensors on the phone Moto X 2nd gen..... include Compass/ Magnetometer, Proximity sensor, Acce... moreNever depend any of sites with the specifications that they are giving about Mobile phones.go to official site, or search in many sites before confirming.
Jebam, 26 Jun 2015This phone does NOT HAVE barometer sensor. I just bought one in internet because I saw the esp... moreSensors on the phone Moto X 2nd gen..... include Compass/ Magnetometer, Proximity sensor, Accelerometer, Ambient light sensor, Gyroscope.
About moto x 2nd gen:1.perfect display
i mean all r perfect after using 11 months,except battery life...
Rummy, 08 Nov 2015Is this device supprt 4g lte in indiaYes, it does support LTE in India but not in the 2300 MHz band. Early roll outs of LTE were mostly in this band but lately roll outs are increasingly in the 1800 Mhz band and looking to roll out on 800 Mhz band in the near future. Both of these are supported by Moto X.