Reviews and Problems with Motorola Droid 2 / Milestone 2
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5 June 2013
Summary: I actually dont no what ur refureing to i dont have this phone i have a droid 3 silver and i hate it i used it two days and when back to my old phone thats how disappointed i was hated it and would not give to any one i no and it a world phone no never had a white one
Summary: The one I bought on E-BAY was a refurbished unit and it was junk,Before I could even start to ue it I had to order a new battery and the new battery has a very short life and the phone is junk and I would not recommend purchasing one especially on e-bay and from the person I purchased this one .I guess this is what I should expect from an e-bay purchase
Summary: Word of warning: locked Verizon Droid 2 Global phones are USELESS to anyone not a Verizon customer living in the USA. Verizon has changed the unlock codes so you cannot buy a SIM unlock code from any of the unlocking services. Further, Verizon has band-locked the GSM radio on the phone. So it will not work with any GSM carriers inside the USA. Their intent is that you can only use the phone on your Verizon account (at very high roaming rates!
Expect frustration if you get one anyway because I told you so!
14 October 2011
Summary: Where do I start? My Verizon account has THREE Droid 2 Globals on three of my five lines and were purchased June 2011. So, we've had them for four months now. Mine has already been replaced by a refurbished one (within the first two months) because: - After 1 month, it was freezing - The touch keyboard was possessed, typing randomly and preventing me from having control of the phone - I select to text my husband and my daughter comes up. Stuff like that.
Excerpt: When i saw the phone i thought to myself. Vzw actually got a desent phone. but like every phone they put out the data speed are pathetic, they cripple the software, and cap off the uploads. ive had a problem with the data connection and it randomly freezes. guess i have to deal with it or pay a 375 dollar etf fee.
Summary: This is actually a clone of the real Dream G2 phone. I would accept this as the price was much less, however, the firmware on this phone is not ready for prime time. Let me count the ways: 1) Bluetooth was so weak that I could only get a connection to my motorola earpiece from about 1 foot away. This same device connected to my wife's phone from 30 feet. 2) The e-mail doesn't allow an SSL connection to the pop server.
Not worth it, DON'T WASTE YOUR MONEY! My loss can help.
2 February 2010
Summary: I wouldn't pay $5 for this phone now that I know. I have never had so many complaints about call quality from the person on the other end of the line. The internet doesn't work right, I could never even get it to download my email. By the way, you can only have it check 1 email account. You can set up more than one, but only one can be "active". The GMail app is useless! The keyboard doesn't come up when you tap the login field, so there is no way to log in for GMail.
good phone until it freezes alla time & loses signal
15 May 2012
Summary: It's a good phone until it freezes all the time & loses signal so that you have to keep switching it on & off. The seller wasn't helpful at all & was very rude when coming to answering questions.
Summary: I'll start off by making a declaration: prior to buying a Milestone 2 I owned an iPhone 3GS, so it is difficult not to compare. I opted for the Milestone 2 for two main reasons: price and Android. Having fallen foul of the limitations of iOS, I wanted to see if the grass really was greener. Unfortunately, in my opinion, it is not - especially when manufacturers run rampant with custom UI's and widgets.