Question about Motorola Mobility Moto Q
Yes. Your cellphone company will do it for you too, so you don't have to write down your contacts. The Verizon store I went to did it for free.
Posted on Sep 22, 2008
Yes, everything will be deleted, so what you wanna do is either write down all your contacts on a piece of paper, or you can sync your contacts to the computer with active sync... then all you have to do it plug you phone back into the computer once you've done a master reset in order to retrieve your contacts.... i wasn't smart enough to think of that at first though, so i had to go back and manually write in all of them again. :p good luck.
Posted on Aug 23, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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