bought moto g on 6th april,
facing problem - After receiving or dialing a call nothing is audible ;
problem gets solved after reboot of phone but for 3-4 hours only,
Dissatified with MOto G﻿
Great phone....I purchased it 2 week ago ...and found no problem...great speed...display..sound...
Camera average quality.....but this price range it is a best phone...
There is no option of select ONLY 3G network like Samsung galaxy series. Only two options, that is 2G and 3G (here 3G means 'Automatic' in Samsung galaxy series- both 2g and 3g according to signal availability)
pody007, 09 Apr 2014Better choice go for xperia t2 ultra. 13 mp camera and ips-triluminos displayare you sane ? compare handsets from the same price range .. moto G costs 110 Pounds in UK ..
No, there is no problem when u share data with other brands smart phones via Bluetooth its works fine with all pc, n all mobiles..
also u can download all type of data from any websites..
comment about battery life:-
i noticed that if ur networks are not stable mean networks are weaker then it consume more battery..
n if u use internet n game continuously without any interval then battery will b last for 5-6 hours..
n if u r a average user then stand by is more than 12 hours.. if u r not playing game nor browsing internet than it will work for more than 24hrs
why the hell are so many people trying to compare a budget phone to a top end phone,
sensors in motoG are Accelerometer, proximity, compass..
@ash i didnt noticed any errors till now.. if u r getting error by downloading songs or vdo thn u can use opera mini or uc broswer instead of crome..
if price is not a mtr then u should go for galaxy s4 mini...
motoG only batter than phones which r available between 10-18k
AsHwAnI.., 08 Apr 2014hello friends.. Hi, i'm using motoG for past 10 days.. and here is my review.. pros:- 1. ... morehey ashwant, I want to know that is there any problem regarding to downloading videos and songs from internet in moto g ??? also is there any problem when sharing data via bluetooth with other phones of different brands ? i am willing to buy this phone.....pls reply within 24 hours....thanks in advance !!
Poor sound quality
Considering the price of the device, the sounds that the Moto G can produce are pretty clear. Of course, there may some bugs or issues with it that can be tweaked. In general, because the speakers are on the back of the device, there may be some distortion if not using your headphones to listen to music.
A possible solution is using the equalizer to tweak the sounds to your liking. In order to do this, go to Settings > Sounds > Audio Effects. You can play around with the audio output to the speakers or even to wired headphones.
Can Google chromecast be used to link your TV with MOTO G using wifi
david , 08 Apr 2014dude just let me know which is better from samsung grand neo,grand quaatro or grand 2.. you h... moreJust see the specifications of each mobile in your list and look at the best . Dont go with others its your money .
AsHwAnI.., 08 Apr 2014hello David.. Samsung galaxy grand 2 is lil bit better than motoG but also grand 2 is more co... morejust for curiosity can i know in Which way Samsung grand 2 is better Than moto g .
If you love the Moto X voice activation with "okay Google" for your Moto G you can download on the play store for free the app called Open Mic+ and enjoy.
If you like it please reply thanks. It is works with 4.3 or 4.4 Enjoy it!
fer05, 08 Apr 2014what are you talking about??i own a nexus 7(2012) as well and i have never faced any problem a... moreHere what you need to follow to help your moto g to run smoodly.
Use an app zapper for performance maintenance
One of the few weak bits of the Motorola Moto G is that it doesn’t have all that much RAM – just 1GB. Once you have a load of apps installed, many of which may be sucking up system resources in the background, the phone can start to chug a little.
In order to keep performance solid, install a task killer app that can 'force' an app to stop running. An issue with Android is that apps can end up performing activities when they shouldn’t, causing battery life and performance issues. Advanced Task Killer is an app manager we frequently return to.
App killers aren't a 'cure all' solution, but we found they're useful every now and again as a last resort.