Question about Motorola Mobility Moto Q
Remember the Motorola Q is more of a computer than a phone. Think of it like Windows Vista :(. I use the Q and love it. But I have run into this problem several times. There are a few things to try before taking your phone back. First, remove the battery and then put it back in. Second, replace the battery (power is everything). Third, try using Task Manager to kill any programs that you are no longer using. Do this on a regular basis. Fourth, refer to the manual for proper battery care. Fifth, try selecting the "Home Service/Wireless Manager" button on your home screen. Then choose phone to turn the service on. Then choose phone to turn the service back on. Resetting the service in this way is often helpful. Good luck.
Posted on Jun 19, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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