The TG-UV2 has some differences in the operation of the FM Broadcast Band.
Obviously it receives WBFM on the FM Broadcast Band, since that's what they broadcast.
The frequency step size on the FM Broadcast Band is fixed at 100kHz. Changing the radio's frequency step size (F+0+1) doesn't affect the step size on the ("F0") FM Broadcast Band.
The signal strength bar graph is inactive on the FM Broadcast Band. It's just not there at all.
But the squelch is more-or-less functional.
And the Frequency Search [VFO, F+UP for example] mode stops and stays stopped when it finds a signal. But this is typically slightly off-channel, so you'll have to complete the tuning yourself. Never heard of AFC I guess...
Also, if FM Broadcast Band frequencies are stored in memories, they will not be scanned in Memory Scan mode. It doesn't matter if they're marked "S" for scanning; they're still not included in the scan list.