The moto E2 may need a new battery? How much? Or OS upgrade. But I don’t see the point in spending more than $20 on a battery for a phone that is barely responsive on 5.1, when I know the E2 will never be usable unless on android 6.0.
Motorola lied to us about support on the Moto E2. Sorry, but the moto e2 runs like dog dukkie on android 5.1. But will run smooth on android 6. I know because I have 2 rooted fp e2s that I flashed to android 6. All 3, constantly flake out in 5. But Motorola keeps saying my RW phone is ineligible for unlock code.
Now, the battery indicator is broken on the rw phone, which I am paying rw $18 a month to keep alive.
Tell me, I have been loyal to RW for 6 years, but not they to me. So why would I spend $100 ish on a new phone, to pay $22 a month, when I can get new service for 2 gig data for $20 or $16 or $12, depending on company.
My loyalty revolved around a good business model that RW had. They no longer have one. The key was partial rollover data: 1/4 unused data roll over. But they seem to now be deaf to good ideas. So tell me why should I stay?
To answer my own question: 1. I might stay if I can get phone unlocked, rooted, upgraded. 2. Moto passed upgrade. 3. I can get a $10 old 2.0 phone. 4. Maybe, maybe, might be able to convince wife to carry two phones (one fp, one barely usable rw). 4.
I also think LG is the only manufacturer that cares about battery life for the user. The others are using it as a bait and switch, weapon to create user dissatisfaction 6 months post purchase.