Summary: When purchasing the phone I did not read that there was not a battery with it. Was asked to send the info I was reading was told it is not what they had I did send everthing I had. So in the long run it will cost me about $40 for a battery and that would not be a good deal will not buy from them abain
Summary: Don't mind using this item. Don't really have much of an opinion on this item. That is about all I Care to say about this item. Just bought it to replace a lost phone. Nothing special about it other than the fact that it works just fine but no really unique about it that sets it apart from other phones in the same category.
Summary: I was expecting a lot more from this phone than what it is. Motorola touts that this phone is "rugged"; it maybe slightly more rugged than a RAZR. The only positive I see with this phone is a rubber coated keypad, other than that it is a standard Motorola clamshell with a "flimsy" hinge.
Excerpt: its not that horrible of a phone but the little things drive me crazy, if u txt T9 then you have to go to options - txt style - ieng every txt u send to change it to that you can not make it your default which i found very annoying it is very wide demension wise which was a con it also does not let you put songs straight from your computer using motorola phone tools as your ringtone
Excerpt: The Motorola Adventure has been just that. An adventure. Not the worst phone I've ever tried, but overall a disappointment. When I want to use the internet, about 15% of the time it locks/freezes. I have to take the battery out and replace it 3 times or so to get it to reset. The battery life is below average. The battery itself is doomed well within a year and needs to be replaced.