Jeevan sk, 22 Nov 2016My phone nosupport jio simNot voice call and sms in jio sms
Jeevan sk, 22 Nov 2016My phone nosupport jio simMoto E 2nd Generation XT1506 jio sim supported
M s rao, 21 Nov 2016Does moto e xt1022 support reliance jio simMy phone nosupport jio sim
Kashif, 18 Nov 2016This phone is for my little baby. How silly it is not having flash. Stupidity at height.It is a low end phone and that too 1.5 years old. Your expectations are sky high from a low end gadget.
You are s****d by the way you are using it.
This phone is for my little baby. How silly it is not having flash. Stupidity at height.
anasela, 31 Oct 2016It seems my SD card problem still persist even though I used it as portable. I checked my stor... moreI think the capacity is the issue.
I have a Samsung EVO Class 10 UHS-I, and I have experimented some random stuttering when playing o listening music.
But all problems are fixed when I change to my cheap 16gb sdcard.
Very good quality. Corning glass, big battery last long, upgrade to Android 6, and water resistant! I dropped it into lake water by accident for 5 second and picked it up, fully functional no problem. Even the spec say only water repellent..
It seems my SD card problem still persist even though I used it as portable. I checked my storage and my SD card is gone. Auto removing or something? I dunno if my phone has the problem, or the SD card itself. I'm using SanDisk 32GB Class 10 microSDHC UHS-I card.
I'm using this phone for work. Overall it handles itself well. Apps take a lil time to load but nothing major. I'd give this phone an 8/10. Keep in mind this isn't my main phone so camera and Netflix or anything heavy are not done on this..
My Moto E (2. generation) med 4G LTE is half a year old, and now the microphone is kaput. There is no sound when I for example want to listen to You Tube.
Has this happened to others?
I've had this phone since it came out, the only issues I've got with it are..
- 9/10 my pictures wont load in my gallery
-When I use messenger on facebook it won't let me see pictures or forward them.
-A picture can be loading fine on my phone but when I try to upload it somewhere it says the picture is unavailable.
-As of late it has become very slow and laggy and the battery is draining a lot faster
[My brother has had the same Iphone 4s for several years and the drain didnt start happening until recently.]
-If you try to transfer things to the SD Card they stop working all together so you have to reinstall it to your phone. I have used 4 different SD Cards and it all did the same thing.
Keep in mind though, you get what you pay for. I wasnt expecting much but this has lasted me longer than any other phone I have ever had, minus my motorola Razr (Which I still have). I have dropped it in water, down a flight of cement stairs, dropped it in the snow (on my way to school it fell out of my pocket in a foot of snow and I didnt get it until about 8 hours later). To this day, no cracks or any other damage. I'd recommend this phone 7/10 times. If you want a phone for the basics (calls, emails, web surfing) this is a great and durable phone.
Anonymous, 22 Oct 2016Jio sim spotedMy phone as virus problem pls help
Ajay Kumar rockzsss, 14 Oct 2016that also don't know na yar remove old sim and put jio simJio sim spoted
prajith p nair, 29 Sep 201616 gb memory card automatically removing.. pls answer meWell I think I found a solution for this. After you insert your Class 10 SD card, use it as portable. Not internal. Your 8GB internal storage won't extend though. So apps you can install are limited. I'm using the LTE version and it's perfectly fine. Long battery life and no problems at all with Android 6.0
Moto E2 3G. Long pressing on individual SMS message yields "Choose Action" or occasionally "Message details." The standard menu 'Message Options' with the 'Delete' function is not displayed. Problem is particularly pronounced on text messages with numbers or links. The phone either interprets these as phone numbers and launches the Phone app or it sees them as internet links and wants to launch Google Chrome.
If all conversations are kept then the phone will get clogged and create storage problems. If whole conversations are deleted, some useful sms texts will be lost. Therefore the ability to delete individual SMS texts needs to be restored. Clearing the cache doesn't work.
I took my phone to Motorola as it was within warranty. They did a software renewal which they claimed was much more thoroughgoing than a factory reset. Consequently I lost my SMSs and Contacts. The latter were recovered through Google.. I had done a backup of SMSs and Contacts in my SD Card using Easy Backup and Restore. Easy Backup and Restore, when reinstalled after the 'software' could not restore the backup. Nothing was visible in the SD Card and the SMSs were lost. Motorola had warned me in advance of loss of data.
As to the SMS deletion problem, it was moderated but continues with many messages with embedded numbers, often refusing to display Message Options on long pressing the SMS. This appears to be a problem provoked by Android Lollipop 5.1 and Motorola's implementation of it. The problem was provoked by the upgrade from Lollipop 5.0.2 to 5.1.