Zip code is 03820-9406. Outdoor calls suffer the same issue.  If I'm out on the deck (2nd floor), it's usually ok.  It I'm out in the driveway (ground floor), people usually, but not always, can... Ver más...
Zip code is 03820-9406. Outdoor calls suffer the same issue.  If I'm out on the deck (2nd floor), it's usually ok.  It I'm out in the driveway (ground floor), people usually, but not always, can't hear me.  Powering off the phone is not on any set schedule.  The phone itself will randomly reset itself.  I tend to only reset it once a week.
No network extender. 
no damage to the phone, no.  Text and web/data are work just fine, both when on wifi and when off wifi.  And phone calls work sometimes.  But, with me sitting in the same spot, people can go from... Ver más...
no damage to the phone, no.  Text and web/data are work just fine, both when on wifi and when off wifi.  And phone calls work sometimes.  But, with me sitting in the same spot, people can go from being able to hear me to not being able to hear me pretty quick.
I use Bluetooth sometimes when in my car, connected to the car's Bluetooth system.  But, normally Bluetooth is turned off, and I don't connect to anything except the car. 
I have tried playing with the advanced calling, yes.  I have the same problem regardless of the setting of that feature.
I first noticed the problem of people not being able to hear me about 8 months ago.  But, I assumed it was just a service dead spot in my living room until I started having similar issues in othe... Ver más...
I first noticed the problem of people not being able to hear me about 8 months ago.  But, I assumed it was just a service dead spot in my living room until I started having similar issues in other places, and had other people able to make calls at my home.  The problem with phone calls not ringing through at all is new, and started about 2 weeks ago.  At least, I assume that's when it started.  No one mentioned they had trouble reaching me before that. I am using Android Version 23.21.44.en.us, and my phone tells me the software is up to date.
I have an Original Droid Turbo, and often people can't hear me, even though I can hear them.  I also have trouble not getting incoming calls.  The other night, someone tried calling me 17 times b... Ver más...
I have an Original Droid Turbo, and often people can't hear me, even though I can hear them.  I also have trouble not getting incoming calls.  The other night, someone tried calling me 17 times before it rang through on my phone, despite me having been on the same spot on the couch the whole time. People with other Verizon phones right beside me don't have the problem, so I don't think it's the reception in the area. It's even worse outside my home - where there is no chance people can hear me (but I can call from another Verizon phone without problem).  It helps a bit if i go to the top floor.  So, it seems to be a reception issue, but only one impacting my phone and not other phones in the house.  Thoughts?
It doesn't seem to be a signal issue for me.  I did get a new SIM card, to eliminate that as a problem.  At both my home and my office, I have very good signal strength.  Also, I've had the same ... Ver más...
It doesn't seem to be a signal issue for me.  I did get a new SIM card, to eliminate that as a problem.  At both my home and my office, I have very good signal strength.  Also, I've had the same office and apartment for some time, and the problem was not present before. 
My phone did update the software to the newest version.  It has not had any significant impact on the battery issue
Andriod OS shows as 59% of the battery use.  Screen follows at 20%, and Phone idle at 10%.  The other things on the list each use 2-4% each. System Version: 98.72.16.XT912.Verizon.en.US Baseb... Ver más...
Andriod OS shows as 59% of the battery use.  Screen follows at 20%, and Phone idle at 10%.  The other things on the list each use 2-4% each. System Version: 98.72.16.XT912.Verizon.en.US Baseband Version: CDMA_N_05.21.00R LTEDC_U_09.1D.00 Android Version: 4.1.2 (I don't actually see anything labeled as software version.) Aaron
I should clarify that I do have some APPs on there now (very few) which I only installed after waiting and seeing that the battery drain existed on the phone, even without downloads.  But, the ba... Ver más...
I should clarify that I do have some APPs on there now (very few) which I only installed after waiting and seeing that the battery drain existed on the phone, even without downloads.  But, the battery drain was evident before I downloaded apps, as I was making sure that they were not the problem. Once I did start downloading the apps, I did so one at a time, and only one app every few days, to make sure none of them had an impact on accelerating the battery drain.
After the last time I got a replacement phone (a few weeks ago), I did not install any apps, to ensure that there was not an APP causing the problem.  So, I have no apps that I could remove.  If ... See more...
After the last time I got a replacement phone (a few weeks ago), I did not install any apps, to ensure that there was not an APP causing the problem.  So, I have no apps that I could remove.  If there is an app problem, it would be one of the ones that came with the phone, that I cannot uninstall. I did uninstall the most recent updates to google maps, and turned off auto-sync on gmail, as some others had suggested.  That seemed to help the problem for a couple of days, but the battery life soon returned to it's faster drain.
Starting in about September, I started encountering problems where my Droid Razr Maxx went from easily lasting an entire day (or longer), even with moderate use, to barely lasting 12 hours with v... Ver más...
Starting in about September, I started encountering problems where my Droid Razr Maxx went from easily lasting an entire day (or longer), even with moderate use, to barely lasting 12 hours with very little use. After trying various things, I did a Factory Data reset.  This fixed the problem for a couple of days, but only a couple of days. Verizon sent me a replacement phone in October.  Initially, things were fine. But, after about a week, the problem started happening again.  I got a 2nd replacement phone in December.  This time, I had about a week and half of lasting battery, before the problem resumed.  The last few days, with very little usage (a few text messages. Maybe 2-3 minutes of web access), my battery was dropping drastically.  I lose about 10% an hour for the first few hours.  But, once the battery hits 50%, I have 2, maybe 3 hours, before it dies out. I have removed the SD card.  To make sure it wasn't some new APP, I avoided adding any new apps, and just added a few that I had for years (one at a time) to see of it was an APP problem.  Yesterday, I convinced one of the stores to replace my SIM card. To make sure it wasn't some charging problem, I used 2 different Motorola charges. Because I was also traveling, I tried charging the phone at home, at 2 different hotels, and an airport.  No luck. At this point, there is no original hardware on my current phone that was on the previous 2 phones.  They all suffer from the battery barely lasting with no use.  WiFi is off.  GPS is off.  The OS and the Screen take turns being at the top of my battery monitor. Anyone else find a sudden drop in battery that they can't seem to fix?  I can't imagine that I got 2 defective phone in a row from warranty replacement, so it must be some software problem that others would have faced.  While a FDR seems to fix the problem for a few days, it's impractical to do that twice a week just to get the phone to last.