My Droid Turbo 2 Max worked great until Verizon update to 7.0. After the update my Bluetooth won't stay connected, my WiFi keeps turning off and I can not click on links in e-mails to follow to the websites. Verizon says they can't do anything about that. Well I can, I'll be taking my multi phone account to another carrier and dumping this Droid!
I am on my third Droid Turbo 2 and it just quit out of the blue last night. I have had nothing but issues with these phones and will never purchase a Droid again. This model phone has been very disappointing. I have noly owned Droids, however, my next purchase will be an iphone.
Do not buy. I've had 4 they have all been bad. Customer Service could care less about your problems. Phone won't charge after updates. Stay away. I will NEVER purchase a motorola product again.
I had my turbo 2 for a couple of months and it worked fine up until a week ago. The phone keeps locking up and takes forever to shut down. When it restarts it tells me it can't find my SD card. So I restart the phone takes a long time but finds the card. Could this be a problem with an app?
Droid Turbo Boo, 30 Apr 2017I'm currently on my third Turbo "Boo" 2. All three have quit charging. The one I have now was ... moreI've spent 2 years with this phone's charging problems, this is my second... Worst phone ever... Should have been recalled by Moto or Verizon and swapped. Because Moto played dumb and Verizon refused to offer and solution or upgrade... Ill be switching from both for good
I'm currently on my third Turbo "Boo" 2. All three have quit charging. The one I have now was working fine until the latest update. After the 7.0 downgrade, it will barely charge on the so called high speed chargers. With the prices​ we pay on Verizon, I'm very upset with their quality and support. Sprint here I come.
Anonymous, 18 Apr 2017This is the 4th one I've had. It stops charging!!! A couple of them within 2 weeks. I am 45 ye... moreI feel your pain man. I have had 3 replacement phone as well. Same issue it just stops charging. Motorola says since Verizon has replaced it everytime i may not be getting a goog phone returned, they say they have a better return process. Honestly, I think they are trying to wait the warranties out so they can wash their hands of the turbo 2 phones.
I say this as I just spent $400 to pay off my droid turbo 2, and im now typing this on samsung galaxy s8+
My Motorola Droid Z keeps powering off by itself and then I won't be able to turn it back on for another hour or so. The moto logo with the blue background pops up like it's about to start powering on, but then it turns black again. I haven't been able to turn my phone back on for the past two days. There has been two times when the phone actually turns on but right as it does, literally seconds after turning back on, before I can even unlock the phone, the screen turns black again like it powered off. Then the whole process repeats. I have done a factory reset four times and the problem hasn't gone away. And for about 95% of the time when it powers off randomly, the battery percentage has been over 30%. Is anyone having this problem with their Moto Droid Z powering off like this?
Very powerful phone, nice display. Much features with quality. Am really enjoying the nougat version. Thanks to Motorola, but my only problem with this phone is, though with a strong battery but not as expected.
Sami, 04 Mar 2017Couple of days before nougat update notify in my droid turbo 2 .but now its vanish and say you... moreMine updated fine but theres nothing new about nougat except the split app screen whats lef its exactly the same as the marshmallow didnt noticed any improvements so if u cant update dont bother about it u arent missing anything special
Working pretty fine here never had any problems with it and im also still using my moto defy they are both great phones motorola really got it right
I liked the Turbo 2 until my speaker started having problems. After trying several restarts, setting adjustments, etc., I removed the cell from the case and discovered that the back of the cell (the textured backing) is separating/pulling away from the front. When I pinch that area (on the bottom right when looking at the screen), the sound works just fine, but when I let go and the back pulls away, the sound cuts out. I've never dropped or damaged my cell in any way. Wondering if this is a common problem. Guessing I need to replace it.
This is the 4th one I've had. It stops charging!!! A couple of them within 2 weeks. I am 45 years old and not rough on phones at all. Never dropped it, use hands free Bluetooth​in the car and don't talk while charging and still have this problem. I have always had foods and love Motorola's but this has been a nightmare of a phone!!!
AnonD-652393, 13 Mar 2017Omg!! Thanks everyone for the reviews! I thought I was alone with having the worst nightmare w... moreSince I know that the vast majority of people only post to complain, I thought Id put in a positive review. I'm happy with my DT2. This is actually my second one. Yeah, the first one got really buggy, but only AFTER i repeatedly beat the crap out of it (on accident, but still)! I wonder if that's going on with others? I'm reasonable enough to know that if a phone gets dropped as much as my last one did (with no case), it's going to have issues.
I did a design refresh (something I was grateful that motorola let me do), and now have a new DT2 (in a case), several months in, working great.
I think of it as a Volvo: not very sexy, but powerful, durable, and super functional. I'm not really sure when I'll bother upgrading next. My phone just works.
Anonymous, 31 Mar 2017My Droid turbo 2 constantly turns off on its own and needs to be plugged in to turn back on a... moreI'm in Verizon store now. On my 4th phone in less than a year. Verizon agreed to give me an upgrade but Motorola sent same POC. When I spoke with Motorola, then were rude and pretty much said too bad! Never Motorola again!
Skip this phone. It's one of the biggest disappointments I've ever used for a phone. The predecessor, Droid Turbo 1, is actually superior in every way to this. I've owned most of the the Droid Razr/Maxx/Turbo phones since 2011, and this is the "turd in the punch bowl". Battery life is mediocre despite a very large battery. Performance is choppy and sometimes the phone will freeze for 5 or 6 seconds and then catch up. The stock keyboard will temporarily freeze and catch up when typing. Switching between apps would be slow at times. On occasion, I would lose WiFi and have to reboot the phone to get a connection. I didn't even play games or install any resource-intense apps on this. I used it to browse web sites, Youtube, listen to music, text. Basic stuff that was easily handled by phones from years ago, yet this thing had problems. I finally put it out of my misery yesterday and got a replacement phone. I may be done with Motorola for the foreseeable future.