fooner , 26 Aug 2016I would like to know if this phone sopports OTG or notYes otg is possible in moto g 2
Sephil, 07 Jul 2016Can i play pokémon go in this device?Yep! I'm playing it on mine!
Moto g2 is don't have IR emitter but I need to control my TV. I need external IR app for moto g2..
This phone is good for conventional things like texting and calling but when it comes to apps, it needs improvement. All of my apps (music, Snapchat, messenger) randomly shut down and restart at least twice a day. Recently this phone restarted itself and lost all the data for one of my apps which is a huge inconvenience. It's a cheap price for a smartphone but its price reflects its quality.
AnonD-571982, 13 Aug 2016Personally I have had ZERO issues with this phone (other than I actually liked my smaller size... morefor whatever reason Pokemon Go devours all memory of your phone (despite not being shown in options). There is only one or two model versions which actually work with this game. What you can do is disable the camera rights for the game and play without AR. BUt you will still get lags though:(.
I have this phone and i have some issues with marshmallow. since the update, the phone start to heat a lot and really slow and others things like memory space. one suggestion, DONT UPGRADE TO MARSHMALLOW, and if you do it, dont use your SD card as internal storage, apps lags to much
I purchased one last year and i loved it till few months ago where i faced often battery overheated issues and slow speed running. I changed sd card to 16GB and moved apps but still nothing changed. I believe dual sim and lots of apps management is too much for this cell :(
Personally I have had ZERO issues with this phone (other than I actually liked my smaller sized semi-smart phones) until installing Pokemon GO. In addition to using up the battery rapidly, if I'm trying to use bluetooth headphones AND Pokemon GO those two apps tend to restart themselves every once in awhile. This phone isn't any lightweight powerhouse with incredible battery life but it does take good pictures, has good sound, looks good and works well as a... PHONE. ;)
at the first time it was working very well, but after four months it's battery is nothing but a mess....very bad
This phone sucks! Started messing up not even a month after I had it. Sending it back to Motorola ASAP!
It was working well for about 4 months but now it's just annoying. The phone keeps complaining about the memory even when a lot of stuff is removed. Also some times it shuts it self off and after turning it on again all settings are changed weirdly. Many times when someone is calling me I can't hear them but they can hear me.
First impression of Motorola was very good but now unfortunately I have to put in my "Do not buy again"- list.
It was so good in the beginning, but after around 6 months it became exactly opposite, i loved it...not now, the touch has gone worst, the phone itself functions without a touch, battery sucks, i needed a strong charger to get it charged quickly.
Hey if you're looking to buy this phone, save your money. I got my first Moto G2 last March, not only did the battery die extremely quick but it overheated all the time. By May of the same year the phone completely crashed. We sent it off to Motorola to get fixed and in the mean time borrowed a Moto G1 from family (it has a horrible camera but was a decent phone I guess). My phone came back in June and I transferred everything from the G1 back, only to have the phone completely crash again the same day. Once again and finally after another long period of time Motorola sent back a "refurbished" G2 (because why give your customers a new phone when you can fix someone else's broken one?). This phone worked much better, except it dying extremely quick and glitches where the battery life seen is not at all the charge your phone has left, the storage claiming to be full constantly when it had a full gig untouched with a 32 GB SD card, constant overheating, glitching out and restarting, and recently the speakers turning off while playing music forcing you to reset the phone before using the speakers again. Don't get me wrong this refurbished one is at least 10x better then the original, but still not worth what I paid for it. And now the screen cracked and Cellular One refuses to fix it, they just say you can buy a new phone for $80 and I refuse to do that seeing how bad every other phone I've gotten from them being so horrid. If a phone is bad enough for me to deal with a shattered screen for a year instead of getting a new phone of the exact same make/model its not worth it. I have 7 more months with the G2 before our contract ends and I am just counting the days until then.
After 6 months. In two slots, one is not working. I changed to another one. Again I got the same problem. I took my cell to service. After 4 months again one slot is not working. Very bad to use two Sims in one cell. I could not use one sim due to slot issue and I am not getting any calls and also I could not use net pack. Troubling users very badly.