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Motorola Atrix 2 4G Black – Unlocked GSM Quad Band – Android Gingerbread 2.3.5 – 8MP – 3D HD

Motorola Atrix 2 4G Black – Unlocked GSM Quad Band – Android Gingerbread 2.3.5 – 8MP – 3D HD
Motorola Atrix 2 4G Black – Unlocked GSM Quad Band – Android Gingerbread 2.3.5 – 8MP – 3D HD


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Motorola Atrix 2 4G Black - Unlocked GSM Quad Band - Android Gingerbread 2.3.5 - 8MP - 3D HD

The Motorola ATRIX 2 boasts a four.3 inch QHD show that tends to make things come virtually alive. Powered by a 1GHz dual core processor and dual channel Ram, this Motorola mobile offers speedy processing and multi-tasking abilities. The ZumoCast computer software incorporated in this Motorola smartphone offers you quick access to all the files stored in your pc. The 4G connectivity and 3D graphics acceleration make this Motorola smartphone stand out amongst other typical mobile phones. Use the eight MP camera in this Motorola mobile to capture high resolution photos wherever you are. With advanced audio technology, the Motorola ATRIX two delivers 3D stereo sound high quality that tends to make music sound super amazing.

  • Atrix 2, Battery, Battery Door, USB Cable, AC Adapter and Manual
  • ANDROIDTM PLATFORM Android 2.3.5 (Gingerbread)
  • Multiple NETWORKS WCDMA 850/1900/2100, GSM 850/900/1800/1900, HSDPA 21.1 Mbps (Category 14) Edge Class 12, GPRS Class 12, eCompass, AGPS
  • WIRED STEREO DEVICE EFFECTS 3D Stereo, House Theater, Reside Stage, Custom
  • DLNA (DIGITAL LIVING NETWORK ALLIANCE) Stream, shop and share content material with compatible devices around the residence like HDTVs, game consoles and PCs

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Query by Brandy: Why can’t callers hear me on my v400 motorola cell phone?
I have a v400 motorola cell phone. Every thing functions fine except callers can’t hear me. I can hear the other particular person. I looked for a mute option in the settings to see if it somehow got muted but can’t locate one particular.
Thank you both for your support! I checked the back & the circle is red so I guess the telephone is toast. Thanks once more. :D

Ideal answer:

Answer by moehizzy
these phones have horrible speakers they die out really swiftly you will want to either replace the telephone or the speaker.

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What customers say about Motorola Atrix 2 4G Black – Unlocked GSM Quad Band – Android Gingerbread 2.3.5 – 8MP – 3D HD?

  1. 53 of 54 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Please read before purchasing this phone!, April 15, 2013
    By 
    Paul S. Remington (Rochester, NY USA) –
    (TOP 1000 REVIEWER)
      

    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Motorola Atrix 2 4G Black – Unlocked GSM Quad Band – Android Gingerbread 2.3.5 – 8MP – 3D HD (Unlocked Phone)

    I’ve been chomping at the bit to write this review. There is some confusion regarding the Atrix 2 phones sold by this vendor and I’m writing this review to clear up some of the confusion.

    The Atrix 2 phones sold by this vendor are phones from a variety of international sources. This is very common in the discounted cell phone market, but there are a few things you should know before taking the leap and purchasing one of them. The country of origin can lead to some limitations, and in some cases, network or feature incompatibilities, if you intend to configure this phone yourself.

    The Atrix 2 is manufactured by Motorola in two flavors and five different firmware versions. Motorola manufactures the MB865 and the ME865. The MB865 has three different firmware versions. The ME865 has two different firmware versions. These phones differ to accommodate three geographic regions: Asia, Europe, and the US. While all versions of the Atrix 2 are largely the same, there are differences in the GPS and WiFi chip sets that support the technologies used in the locations where they are marketed, hence the reason for all the different firmware versions. If you update the firmware, you can’t interchange the MB firmware with the ME firmware.

    This vendor advertises that it sells the MB865. I received an Asian-based ME865 with the Hong Kong firmware installed. The phone was unlocked, as advertised, but some people have complained of receiving a locked phone.

    I, personally, would not recommend purchasing from this vendor unless you are technically savvy and don’t mind possibly having to do some firmware/OS upgrades to the phone to get it configured for your region. If you’re happy with 2G access, then you should be fine, and I’d definitely recommend buying from this vendor. If you’re interested in using this phone with T-Mobile as your carrier, just be aware that it’s not capable of communicating at the frequencies necessary for 3G and 4G speeds through T-Mobile. It works fine operating 2G through T-Mobile.

    If you are technically savvy and hope to root the phone when you receive it, then read on. Rooting is when you configure the phone for superuser access. To manually upgrade the OS, you have to root the phone, which is done using a rooting program on a laptop with the phone attached by a USB cable. If you root the phone, it will no longer update itself. You will, from that point forward, be committing yourself to manually updating the OS periodically, as needed. If you are technically inclined and not leery of doing this, by all means, go for it.

    If you receive an ME865 Atrix 2 that has Hong Kong firmware installed, you won’t be able to root it. You’ll have to upgrade the firmware by flashing the alternate China Retail firmware first, then you can root the phone using a specific rooting program for the China Retail firmware. When you first use the phone after purchase, the OS will upgrade you to Android 4.0.4 (ICS, a.k.a. Ice Cream Sandwich) automatically. Let it do this, then install the new firmware, then root, then install the Android 4.1.2 (JB, a.k.a. Jelly Bean) OS for the Atrix 2. You’ll then have to research to locate the rooting software for Jelly Bean on the Atrix 2 running the China Retail firmware. You won’t be able to root it again without first using Boot Swapper to flash over the ICS boot.img file, then root, and then flash back the JB boot.img file.

    I don’t mean to lose people here. I’m going into some detailed technical information that will probably confuse many readers. My primary message to all readers of this review is, be aware of what you may be receiving if you order this phone. You may end up with a great phone. You may end up with an International phone that requires tweaking. It’s a roll of the dice. You get what you pay for. This vendor sells these phones at an excellent price–they’re cheap! Amazon is very good about returns, and you have the option to return it, especially if you received an ME865 as opposed to an MB865.

    If you have any questions, feel free to ask. I’ll do my best to help, if I can.

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  2. 37 of 38 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Amazing device, January 19, 2012
    By 
    Carlos J Alba P (Bogota, Colombia, South America) –
    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Motorola Atrix 2 4G Black – Unlocked GSM Quad Band – Android Gingerbread 2.3.5 – 8MP – 3D HD (Unlocked Phone)

    Is really what you might expect from the hardware specs (dual core , 1MB RAM, HSPA+,…), I do not stop wondering such computing power on your hands just shows one more time Moore’s law in action.
    The phone is really responsive and delivers fast data connectivity, I confirm good mobile network download speed with Movistar Colombia, usually over 2M but at least 1M, upload around 500K.

    Display is great, even under sunlight.
    Sound quality, excellent
    User interface , intuitive.

    Areas of improvement:
    1. Still pictures, specifically under low light conditions, but is enough for on the road pictures and videos (Full HD videos and 8MB camera by the way)
    2. Battery (1735mAh) is good, but could be exhausted by end of the day if used extensively, this depend on usage profile.
    3. Accessories, should include a micro HDMI cable ( Order Motorola Standard HDMI Cable for Motorola DROID X, ATRIX 4G, and XOOM). The box contains the phone with a 2GB micro SDHC card already inserted, USB wall charger and a micro USB cable (for wall charger and to a computer connection/charge as well).

    Still need to test display over full HD screen, will update later on this and many other features/functions.

    In summary: Is a excellent deal, price wise I found the best option and definitely I have not regretted at all, the complete opposite.

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  3. 41 of 45 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Surpassed my expectations, December 20, 2011
    By 
    Brian S. Hah (Rolling Hills, CA) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Motorola Atrix 2 4G Black – Unlocked GSM Quad Band – Android Gingerbread 2.3.5 – 8MP – 3D HD (Unlocked Phone)

    I’m a very tough critic when it comes to anything related to technology. I had yet to come across a phone that could keep up with my pace on how I use my phones, that is until I met the Android Motorola Atrix & Atrix 2. I’ve had the fortunate luck of being able to use both phones and have been pleased with the performance levels and durability of both. The battery life goes pretty quickly with heavy use, but that is to be expected since you are pretty much working the Dual Core processor it has and the phone does really well at keeping up with extreme use (texting, emailing, checking in, web use, downloading, uploading, camera usage, video camera usage, etc.) The multi tasking ability on the phone is fantastic and display is crystal clear.

    Highly recommended for any of you tech geeks out there or the average tech user who likes fast & fun electronic toys.

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  4. I used to have a Nokia 3330 with interchangeable covers, I really miss it.

  5. Some are if they accept gsm cards.

  6. is the flipup phone still usable?

  7. men, ‘u are a master of nokia collectors fan. I start in 1999 with the 3320 saludos

  8. Are you from Brazil? When you speak “Gradiente”, it sounds like Brazilian accent.

  9. That’s slot of phones bro!

  10. Great collection!
    

  11. 6:08 i have that phone

  12. how do u text with those phone how do u go on the internet =P

  13. I had one of those Flip phone and that was the bomb on those years. The battery was almost half of the phone. :)

  14. first you have to check your GSM frequency 850, 900, 1800 or 1900 Mhz, then check if the phone you are buying is compatible, older are dual band, most are tri-band, newer will be quadband. Try to find a good one one ebay with proper factory charger and get a new battery for it, some chinese fakes are quite good. But never buy a fake phone they are UNUSABLE, the software is slow and annoying and they are extremely unreliable.

  15. Sure 8800, Sirocco Gold, 8910i, 8600, 6510, 8310, 6100, 7250, 9210 and some others are gsm, so they will work depending on the local frequency. Many of the other ones will turn on, but will not pick up the signal because there is no carrier anymore (analog/tdma).

  16. Its an older model, maybe its just going defective!
    Try troubleshooting it. Power phone off, remove battery and sim card, leave it all apart for about 3-4 minutes. While everything is out, look for a circular dot in the back of the phone, about the size of the back of a pencil, if that dot is white, your phone is fine, if its red, orange or pink, you have liquid damage, so its time to exchange your phone for a new one.
    When putting all back in the phone, power the phone on and it should work. This is the first step for cell phones troubleshooting and its good to do about 3X a month for better reception.
    Check if you are eligile for a new model phone with your company. I wouldnt suggest insurance, cause its an older model, but its also an option, if they dont offer the same model with insurance (if u have insurance, that is) they will give u a newer model or equivalent.
    hope I was able to help ya!
    Good Luck!





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