Turn off your Motorola G22 device. Press and hold the Volume Up and Power buttons together until you see the Motorola logo. Use the Volume keys to highlight “Recovery Mode” and press the Power button to select it. You will see an Android logo with an exclamation mark.
Now press and hold the Volume Up and Power buttons together again until the Recovery Menu appears. Use the Volume keys to highlight “Wipe data/factory reset” and press the Power button to select it.
Select “Yes — delete all user data” by pressing the Power button. Your Motorola G22 will now reset. When it is finished, use the Volume keys to highlight “Reboot system now” and press the Power button to select it. 1Your Motorola G22 will now reboot and be reset to the default factory settings.
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How to restart your moto G22
1. Press and hold the Power button for a few seconds until the Power menu appears.
2. Tap Restart.
3. Your device will restart.
How to do a factory reset G22 via the menu
1. Press the Menu button on the G22 remote control.
2. Using the arrow keys, navigate to “System” and press “OK”.
3. Select “Factory Reset” and press “OK”.
4. When prompted, enter the default four-digit code (0000) and press “OK”.
5. Select “Yes” and press “OK” to confirm the reset.
6. The G22 will now reset to its factory settings.
hard reset moto G22 with a combination of button
To hard reset the Moto G22 using a combination of buttons, press and hold the Volume Down button and Power button at the same time. Hold the buttons until the phone vibrates and the Android boot screen appears. From this screen, use the Volume Down button to select the Wipe Data/Factory Reset option, then press the Power button to confirm the selection. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the reset.
Once the reset is complete, select the Reboot system now option and press the Power button to confirm. The Moto G22 should now be reset to its factory settings.
what to do if resetting Motorola G22 doesn’t work
If resetting the Motorola G22 does not work, you may want to try other troubleshooting steps such as:
1. Check if the phone is receiving a signal.
2. Check if the phone is connected to a cellular network.
3. Ensure that all software updates have been installed.
4. Perform a factory reset.
5. Check the phone’s settings.
6. Check if the SIM card is inserted properly.
7. If the problem persists, contact Motorola customer support.
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