Horrible but survived ruggedness test

by Charles
(Silver Spring)

I am not one to bash products but this is the worst most non user-friendly phone I have ever had. It takes 4 button presses to do anything. The odds of hitting the right button are 50/50 between slim and none.

I bought this as a part of walmarts black friday adds and have hated it ever since. On the 8th of December I literally threw it on the ground full force to receive 35 dollars in satisfaction.

Seriously... On the positive side for the phone, It shut off but didn't break ....

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Hi Charles,

Thanks for your comments and the ruggedness test!

Regards,
sb (admin)

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Oct 07, 2012
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simplicity would be a good selling point if there was any
by: Anonymous

Have to agree with Charles, four steps to do anything simple. I received this Motorola ex124Gphone because the LG800 lock screen kept coming on every 3 seconds (programming error) and it was impossible to make a phone call that had menu options or even get my own messages at home. This phone is an improvement over that mess - some items- the voice recorder is poor, and the method to copy photos and manage files overall convoluted; and I sure wish there was a way to move/disable that browser button off the shortcuts. Maybe they should indicate in the advertising manual enclosed that there's a manual available for download. Many thanks for your helpful site.

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