Anonymous, 21 May 2015Hi! I just noticed that among the specifications for this decive, it shows a SD Card Slot to p... moreHe/she just probably didn't know that the 4G version supports SD cards, unlike the regular original Moto G.
Hi! I just noticed that among the specifications for this decive, it shows a SD Card Slot to place external memory.
However, earlier this day I asked in one of my country's mobile carrier and they told me it does not support external memory.
So now I'm confused. Does it have sd card lost? Or it doesn't?
Thanks in advance for the answer.
This is a very nice smartphone. VERY good display. Good battery life. GOOD responsiveness. Very good overall (running on 4.4.4). I wouldn't update to Lollipop unless I am 1000% sure I know what I'm doing and that it's worth it. Right now on 4.4.4 it's so smooth and lovely.
May Jesus Christ bless you all.
Tete Rouge, 21 Apr 2015Biggest pile of doggy doo I have ever used. User interface has no logic. Everything takes 3-4 ... moreyou got to be kiding!! there are 2 reasons that i can think of your post.
1. you bought a defective phone. most probably
2. you are talking about another phone.
i use my phone only for calls and recently my moto g lasted 6 days with the battery droping at 43%. so you see the battery is exelent!
the interface is nothing special but is much better than an iphone believe me! the back ground light is good, i've seen worst..the phone never crashed to me..never. and the camera has like every other phone digital zoom..yep the camera is not so good but it ok.
and for the budget you can buy 4 moto g or 1 overpriced iphone with nothing to justify the price!
Janu Dewangga, 04 May 2015Just bought this phone a few hours ago. I'm very impressive about the speed so far.Please decrease moto g 4g price
Just bought this phone a few hours ago. I'm very impressive about the speed so far.
Ash, 27 Apr 2015is it better than htc desire 620 ?????Yea....... Vry much better than htc desire 620/620g bcz of its chipset configuration whch nvr allow the phone to crash or run out of ram.....
Tete Rouge, 21 Apr 2015Biggest pile of doggy doo I have ever used. User interface has no logic. Everything takes 3-4 ... moreI am sure you do not talk about moto g, have this phone for almost a year, never even crashed and the battery life is very good
I want to use a mobile as offline gps navigator (using apps like sygic or MapFactor without internet/data connection). My questions are:
1. How is Moto E's offline GPS capability? Does it catch gps easily?
2. Should I go for Moto G as I have seen lot of people have fantastic gps catch with Moto G even inside their house?
3. Moto E's processor is Snapdragon 410 which should be better then Moto G's Snapdragon 400, isn't it?
4. Is Beidou working on Moto E?
Anonymous, 21 Apr 2015Hi All,
I want to use smartphone as a offline gps device which:
1. Doesn't require dat... moreOffline (Data or Wi-Fi not required after downloaded Map) for Android Smartphones:
Google Play (free uk road maps offline)
You should be able to transfer (backup/export); photos, Videos, media, and audio files to SDHC (32GB-well 2GB too small) Memory Cards.
Can only transfer Apps.(Applications/programs) to SDHC cards IF the Author/Manufacturer who created the App. allow you to do so.
In theory should be able to transfer everything from the phone to a computer: told by Motorola UK.
It maybe possible to back up everything to a Google Cloud account free for each account created
- get 15GB free storage told by Motorola UK.
YES: you should be able to transfer Locus Pro to the SD Memory Card.
Haven't purchased the phone yet, but you should be able to transfer Locus Pro to SD Memory Card,because found their website Forum:
I have eventually found this link, which is probably better than the next 2nd to 4th Links below from the forum:
LOCUS - Knowledge Base:
Properly read the following website' links maybe three times, before trying to use any of them if you have any problems.
Format should probably be (NTFS or 32 FAT, I think, because exFAT, if using greater than 32GB probably may not work)
It probably didn't work for the person, because used Beta (experimental) software - Too risky to use any Beta Software.
Three Forum Links:
I don't know if the following will be any help, which I probably found yesterday;
Android 5.0 Lollipop Tips & Tricks! - YouTube - Dopla Khoea - Superb!
*Off-line (don't require Data to use Maps) - Google (Lite version): Play from 11:30 Mins.
Anonymous, 21 Apr 2015Hi All, I want to use smartphone as a offline gps device which: 1. Doesn't require dat... moreGet any Android or Windows Phone 8.1 phone and use Nokia HERE maps. They work completely without data connection if necessary. For Android you need to download HERE maps from Google Play. On the GPS receiver issue I can't help you, though, you will just have to experiment.
Tete Rouge, 21 Apr 2015Biggest pile of doggy doo I have ever used. User interface has no logic. Everything takes 3-4 ... moreHeh there, Im a nexus 5, iphone 5s and moto g user and have no issues with the moto g on strava or running any other multiple apps (better than my 5s in may ways). Doesn't sound like yours is as it should be to me, you could try installing the google now launcher but I would be returning it to seller in your case. Hope that helps
noj, 24 Mar 2015i got a Motorola because they promise early updates, 4 months after android 5.0 comes out and ... moreHold fast there , they are skipping initial lollipop build to move straight to 5.1. Im a nexus 5 and moto g user and take it from me this is a very good thing. Hope that helps
I want to use smartphone as a offline gps device which:
1. Doesn't require data connection for navigation
2. Have good gps catching capacity ( currently using mediatek processor which doesn't catch gps)
2. Is Qualcomm processor better than Mediatek or Intel processor fo gps?