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  1. Seremedy's Avatar
    Damn. Well imma call them up and see if i can get another turbo because the worker usually hooks us up.

    Posted via Samsung Galaxy Note 4
    12-07-2014 07:20 PM
  2. jdfry15's Avatar
    I have always been told 1 exchange and 1 return.

    Posted via the Android Central App
    12-07-2014 07:21 PM
  3. Seremedy's Avatar
    Damn.

    Posted via Samsung Galaxy Note 4
    12-07-2014 07:35 PM
  4. kjjb0204's Avatar
    I bought an S5 in Oct and a turbo in Nov, returned them both with no issue. S5 was bought and returned in store, so I paid a $35 restock. The turbo was online and returned via shipping, so no restock fee.

    Posted via the Android Central App
    12-07-2014 07:48 PM
  5. rvgarryj's Avatar
    When I picked up my turbo they told me at verizon that I had till January 15th because it was considered holiday time.

    I had the note 2 before and am still deciding how much I miss the bigger screen and stylus but so far this thing rocks. I gave up on touch wiz for Nova and haven't yet loaded it on the turbo but probably will.
    12-07-2014 07:57 PM
  6. Eclipse2K's Avatar
    When I picked up my turbo they told me at verizon that I had till January 15th because it was considered holiday time.

    I had the note 2 before and am still deciding how much I miss the bigger screen and stylus but so far this thing rocks. I gave up on touch wiz for Nova and haven't yet loaded it on the turbo but probably will.
    I'm not sure when this took effect. However, in saying that, this doesn't change the one device exchange policy. If they bought the phone within the Christmas period and never switched then this would have worked.

    To the OP - I hope you're able to get around this. The Turbo is fantastic.

    Sent from my Motorola Droid Turbo
    12-07-2014 08:11 PM
  7. Seremedy's Avatar
    Thanks. I had the turbo before and it was a blast. Well hopefully i can get it back tommorow lol. Wish me luck.

    Posted via Samsung Galaxy Note 4
    12-07-2014 08:15 PM
  8. Tom Furlan's Avatar
    I get why you might want a bigger screen or an SD card slot, but someone needs to explain to me why you would need a removable battery unless you're going to keep the phone for 3 years.... This battery lasts a LOOONNGG time (mine is awesome after clearing the cache), and if you do kill it, it charges very quickly with the turbo charger. So, why would a removable battery be a thing?
    12-07-2014 08:47 PM
  9. tech_fan's Avatar
    I just returned my droid turbo and bought a Note 4. I know imma get hate but i just bought the note 4 because of the big screen and removable battery. I miss the stock android experience and just the feeling of having a DROID phone. I just wish that it had a removable battery and an SD card slot and a bigger screen. I should have never returned it but its too late now. I also dont like the touchwiz bloatware damn i am stupid but its whatever people make mistakes.

    Posted via Samsung Galaxy Note 4
    Have you considered calling Verizon and asking for a supervisor and see if you can exchange it for the Turbo. Or, go back to the store where you bought it and ask to speak to the manager to see what they can do?

    If you already dislike the Note 4 now, 2 years is a long time to stay with a phone you do not like.
    12-07-2014 09:04 PM
  10. tech_fan's Avatar
    Im on a contract though so i cant sell it on Ebay...

    Posted via Samsung Galaxy Note 4
    Its not a contract though. Its an installment loan. You have a couple of options.

    1. What I mentioned in the email above..go back to the store and explain the situation.
    2. After 30 days of the Edge contract, you can terminate it by paying 100% of the cost of the device minus what you put into it. Then turn around and sell it on Ebay.
    3. Pay 75% of the cost of the device, surrender the device back to Verizon and then get the Droid Turbo.

    Option 1 makes the most sense financially. Option 2 would work but, you will need to "float" yourself some of the money until you can sell it.
    12-07-2014 09:13 PM
  11. Seremedy's Avatar
    What phine u got now ?

    Posted via Samsung Galaxy Note 4
    12-07-2014 09:57 PM
  12. Seremedy's Avatar
    I dont dislike the note 4. I dislike touchwiz lool. But yea imma talk to a worker there tomorow.

    Posted via Samsung Galaxy Note 4
    12-07-2014 09:59 PM
  13. Seremedy's Avatar
    Maybe do option 1. But im going ro talk to someone tomorrow about it

    Posted via Samsung Galaxy Note 4
    12-07-2014 09:59 PM
  14. kjjb0204's Avatar
    What phine u got now ?

    Posted via Samsung Galaxy Note 4
    BlackBerry Q10. Actually had this since October '13. Longest I've ever kept a phone. I just keep getting bored with it and think if I find something else I really like...
    12-07-2014 10:07 PM
  15. Almeuit's Avatar
    What do u mean ? And im pissed as of now. I returned my turbo and got the note 4. Now im stuck witht the note 4 and i want the turbo back lol.

    Posted via Samsung Galaxy Note 4
    Yeah have to be careful with the return thing. They won't let you do it forever.
    12-07-2014 10:54 PM
  16. Seremedy's Avatar
    Same. Had a note 2 and i got tired of it. Then an htc one m8 got bored of it so i got a turbo. Then wanted to see if ill like touchwiz again and ehhh not really. Ive also had an S4 and a samsung galaxy tab S 8.4

    Posted via Samsung Galaxy Note 4
    12-07-2014 11:02 PM
  17. anon(5061193)'s Avatar
    The Turbo is a good size (Not Huge), an amazing Battery and a somewhat pure version of Android.... The look is beautiful, with Gorilla Glass... unless you just need the S-Pen or the huge size... it is a no brainer for me
    12-07-2014 11:05 PM
  18. nugj's Avatar
    There is no such thing as a perfect phone. Trying to find one makes a crusade to find the Holy Grail sound easy. If that is your goal stop now. Ain't going to happen.
    mlbyanks11 and plumcrazy like this.
    12-07-2014 11:23 PM
  19. Lau Mike's Avatar
    I think 5.5 inches is perfect lol.
    12-08-2014 12:44 AM
  20. HappyFunBall24's Avatar
    New Droid Turbo owner here, I come in peace! I did a ton of research and it came down to these two, which I believe are the two best phones overall.

    The biggest selling points of the Turbo over Note 4 for me were the form factor (ie, I preferred its size and feel), near-stock Android, Moto Voice/Assist/Actions/Display, battery (though the Note 4's is impressive too), Qi charging, and Motorola's reputation for its build quality and quick updates (EDIT: not a fanboy, as I realize this may not always hold true).

    The main distinguishing features about the Note 4 were not quite as important to me, though are really nice: screen size, multitasking, S-Pen, and a much better camera.

    It certainly wasn't an easy decision because the Note 4 is amazing as well. Both of our phones have many similar specs that destroy pretty much everyone else right now except for the Nexus 6, which I think is a bit overrated.
    12-08-2014 01:10 AM
  21. HappyFunBall24's Avatar
    Good luck OP! Come back to us! Come back to your home!!

    Yeah, TouchWiz was a turn off for me also when deciding between these two. Funny how I saw many more reviewers characterize the DT as having VZW bloat but not mention TouchWiz as bloat at all. It could even be argued that TouchWiz can interfere with the stock Android experience more than VZW apps do on the DT.
    12-08-2014 01:30 AM
  22. Seremedy's Avatar
    Definitely. The turbo is 90 percent stock with a few moto apps and a few verizon bloat. Tomorow i hope to get my beautiful turbo back. I loved the stock android feel and smoothness it had. Well lets see how it goes tomorow ill keep you guys updated.

    Posted via Samsung Galaxy Note 4
    12-08-2014 01:32 AM
  23. doggy2965's Avatar
    Im on a contract though so i cant sell it on Ebay...

    Posted via Samsung Galaxy Note 4
    On contract is only about the plan not the device. Sell it on eBay then buy the turbo on ebay. Prices are close to the same.

    Posted via Android Central App
    12-08-2014 03:13 AM
  24. Duncan1982's Avatar
    New Droid Turbo owner here, I come in peace! I did a ton of research and it came down to these two, which I believe are the two best phones overall.

    The biggest selling points of the Turbo over Note 4 for me were the form factor (ie, I preferred its size and feel), near-stock Android, Moto Voice/Assist/Actions/Display, battery (though the Note 4's is impressive too), Qi charging, and Motorola's reputation for its build quality and quick updates (EDIT: not a fanboy, as I realize this may not always hold true).

    The main distinguishing features about the Note 4 were not quite as important to me, though are really nice: screen size, multitasking, S-Pen, and a much better camera.

    It certainly wasn't an easy decision because the Note 4 is amazing as well. Both of our phones have many similar specs that destroy pretty much everyone else right now except for the Nexus 6, which I think is a bit overrated.
    Very unbiased and hope your enjoying your droid turbo, not available outside the states as its obviously an exclusive. Even then I would still opt for the Note 4.

    Posted via the Android Central App
    12-08-2014 03:42 AM
  25. guyinlaca's Avatar
    Right now I'm using the Galaxy Note 3, after having primarily Motorolas for years. Samsung phones have awesome screens and awesome cameras, but the TouchWiz software is incredibly poor. Having a huge chunk of your internal storage filled with system apps out of the box is really inconvenient. I spent roughly 2 hours between rooting, installing a rom, and tweaking all of my settings. Unfortunately, there are hiccups and every time there is a software update, I am stuck on the old software until a new version is developed. If I got the Note 4, I'd probably install a launcher such as Nova or Apex with AOSP icon pack, and do my best to freeze/disable the unused system apps. You can also enable Developer Settings by tapping your base version several times, then setting animation scale to 0.5x which speeds things up.

    I'm actually leaning towards the Nexus 6. I picked up a Droid Turbo for a relative, and love everything about it but the screen size. The Nexus 6 would allow me to keep the large screen I've gotten spoiled by on the Note 3, while getting the stock Android experience without all the hassle of rooting. I miss Motorola and am excited that they're finally building true flagships again.
    12-08-2014 03:54 AM
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