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Author Topic: Calls breaking up even with full signal admitted noise canceling issue from Motorola  (Read 5133 times)

Offline dBuster

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« Last Edit: February 21, 2014, 09:44:05 PM by dBuster »



Offline Babyfacemagee

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It's good they are aware of it and are going to address it in an OTA update.  No phone is completely bug free.  As long as they're on top of it that's all we can really ask. 
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It's good they are aware of it and are going to address it in an OTA update.  No phone is completely bug free.  As long as they're on top of it that's all we can really ask.

Yes, I agree the problem will be addressed by an OTA update. I'm sure it will pass mustard with Verizon, ATnT, Sprint...

Besides the voice clipping, there's camera issues, and a few more. I'm liking that Motorola and Google are getting behind this and not letting it get too far. It won't sway me from purchasing in November or whenever VZW launches moto maker.

Everyone out there who has bought the phone has participated in a big TEST. Most of them probably knew that when they decided to buy this phone which has never been thought up before. Some things are bound to go astray in the initial run.

Check out this site to see more issues https://forums.motorola.com/hives/a440c30711/summary
This forum is run by Matt who is without a doubt the most up-to-it , I'm here for you, type of forum manager you'll ever find. Lots of people have some issues but it's part of the show. Things happen.

But in my opinion this type of issue should have been addressed with all the time they had prior to release and supposedly all the units they had out in the hands of people supposedly using those models that they did with the leaked photos of it... or were those fake photos? Or fake phones?

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Or fake photos of fake phones  ::)

Offline Ajayjp

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I had chat with Moto X and they refused to accept of any known bugs and wanted me to go down a factory reset troubleshooting....

Sent from Tab, AJ