ZTE Warp Sync
Phone Scoop Review
Mar 26, 2015 by Eric M. Zeman
This Android phone for Boost Mobile covers the basics in a plain, but usable package. Budget shoppers who prefer pre-paid services might enjoy its stick-to-the-basics approach. read review ›
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My recnt experience with the beauutiful ZTE Warp Sync
pros - slim, good hand feel, good sound.
Cons - Froze frequently. Couldn't back out of running programs. Couldn't receive incoming calls. I'd push the slider down and nothing happened on at least three occasions over a short period of time.
I find it hard to believe that such a beautiful piece of hardware was to blame for my recent problems. I had the phone for 13 days before returning it.
Software issue? The Boost Mobile ID app might have been the problem for the bugginess of the phone. When I would download an app from the Play Store, I would get a message saying sorry, "Mobile ID stopped working". I went to investigate what Mobile ID was. It looked very interesting. and it turned out to be to be theme and app manager, for example, Social, Music, Sports, kitchen and others. I wanted the Professional pack. I downloaded it from play store and it went through 90% of the install and then gave me the same error.
it. I would have thought the Boost store would investigate and maybe try to set it back to factory default. The tech uninstalled an app or two and sent me on my way. I tried it for three more days. at that point, since I couldn't use the phone the way it was, I asked for a refund. My boost store told me there was nothing wrong with it and the owner reluctantly bought the phone back minus a 6% restocking fee.
I think I would have really liked the phone if it didn't freeze, or give me the other issues it had. That phone really has potential. I wish I could have kept it.