Hey my name is dee and i have a motorola q and when i try to run the motorola software update i keep getting not a valid windows ce application,i try resetting and still get the same problem help me please.
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Hello Dee, I am Ken. I know this can be very frustrating. My recommendation is to go to Start, Settings, then "Remove Programs". Remove any programs on there and then try re-intalling the ones you wish to keep. Your Q is a computer, so it is like fixing program problems on a windows PC. If that does not work, please let me know what program you are trying to install and I will try it on My Moto Q. Please let me know if this helps.
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Have you tried a Master Re-set when the phone is off? Hold the center key and the power button for at least a FULL minute to a minute and a half. You will see the provider's splash screen, but hang tough.
This works best with the device on a flat surface rather than holding it.