The update of assist doesn't provide with its previous features like it had before... According to which if anyone called me twice within 5mins when sleep is active I could hear the ringtone second time...!!
Moto g One of the feature which have been eliminated in lollipop version is where you had the option to call to ring of unstarred contact and unknown number when they called back to back within 5 min. It was a good feature to have please bring it back
Its not working properly on my moto g When I tell it to send text it repeats. what I wanted to send but then doesn't send it. Got the update even worse than before. It worked great at some point when I first got it a couple of months ago but ever since it's been terrible.
Sleep feature I have a moto g 2nd gen and once I updated my phone to lollipop this app asked to update it and then when I went thru the sleep feature it doesn't has that speical feature which is we get calls from only Favorite list. Why is it not there now?? Kinda disappointed with it😕😠 I would have give you 5 stars if I get that feature back in to my phone
Don't like Lollipop version With the lollipop update, Motorola assist only allows me to use the lollipop downtime features. I preferred the before update.
Lost the beauty with Lollipop It has an option to ring when 2 consecutive calls from same no within 5 min in Sleeping mode. That feature is no longer available with lollipop version. Besides, interruption won't work without assist. If "Sleeping" mode in assist disabled, interruption wont work. So, do we need assist to bypass sleeping mode to lollipops built in feature called "Interruption"?
For devices running Android Marshmallow, the Sleeping and Meeting features have been removed from Motorola Assist because those settings are now available in Android. You may use the Do not disturb feature from Android to set sleeping and meeting notification rules.
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Moto Actions responds to simple gestures without you having to touch the phone.