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Feb 7, 2014, 7:33 AM
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kitkat update

hi just got my kitkat 4.4 update i really dont care for the dailer part of it plus every thing white my 3g batt etc also when useing 3g no arrows light up pretty lame.

Jan 9, 2014, 11:55 PM
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EVDO Speeds

Asking this question on VZW users who don't have LTE, what speeds are you getting for downloads? I understand its not as good as HSPA+. Just toying with the idea of getting a VZW Moto G for an extra fun line for myself. And for this line fast bandwidth is not really needed. Just something for some web page browsing and irc use.
hi i got my moto g dont know about a speed test but this phone is real fast compaired to my lg optimus exceed it put my old phone in dial up mode its great good job motorola only 99.00 cant beat it
Real world speeds range from 0.5 to 1.3Mbps. Which is not bad, after all.

With the moto G. Other phones may have lesser performance.

Jan 18, 2014, 8:22 AM
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Verizon Prepaid Kit Kat update?

I just got the moto g through Verizon wondering if anyone knows when the kit Kat update is coming?

Jan 12, 2014, 11:41 PM
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Anyone managed to get root access on the G? I understand you can't unlock the bootloade, but just simple rooting with out a custom recovery, no flashing roms and stuff. More like debloating the phone and maybe some root only apps?

Jan 2, 2014, 3:28 PM


LTE? or WiMax?
See my other post. This is 3g only BUT on Tmobile runs perfectly fast on there HSPA+. I don't really notice any difference between it & LTE . At least on Tmobile in some cases for me the g is overall faster actually. Verizons 3g version should be pas...

Jan 2, 2014, 3:55 PM

To bad it's on Sprint.

Happily running my G on Tmobile & the HSPA+ when off wifi works just fine. At least Verizon's variant should be somewhat useable too off wifi on there 3g. Sad the only carrier that you cannot say the same for in 2014 is Sprint!

Dec 18, 2013, 10:10 AM
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on your reveiw of the moto g what o/s platfrom does it have cdma
The Verizon (prepaid) version will be CDMA.

Motorola is currently listing Android 4.3 for all versions of the Moto G, but it's possible that by the time Verizon releases it next month, it will come with 4.4.

Dec 17, 2013, 7:48 AM
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moto g cdma

i can,t wait to get this phone on verizon prepaid was postpaid for 12 years i cant afford postpaid verizon has a great 3g network. does anyone know when verizon might get the phone.

Dec 13, 2013, 8:22 PM
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I thought Verizon required of all future smartphones to have LTE yet the Moto G obviously doesn't.
All future smartphones intended for postpay are 4G. This will be for the prepay segment, which is relegated to 3G only. They have been taking existing 4G phones and rebuilding them as 3G only with a different name, such as the LG Lucid -> Optimus Exce...
JJinNYC said:
I thought Verizon required of all future smartphones to have LTE...

That's only for the contract lineup.

This is strictly for prepaid.
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