1. Turn off the phone and press the Volume Down and Camera keys together
2. Press the Power key to turn the phone on
3. When the Motorola logo appears, release the Volume Down and Camera keys
4. Press the Volume Down key to highlight ‘Recovery’
5. Press the Power key to select
6. When the triangle appears, press the Volume Up and Volume Down keys together
7. Use the Volume Down to highlight ‘wipe data/factory reset and press the Power key to select
8. Use the Volume Down key to highlight ‘Yes – delete all user data and press the Power key
9. When the factory reset is complete, press the Volume Down key to highlight ‘reboot system now’ and press the Power key
10. Your Motorola XT760 is now reset to factory settings.
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How to force restart your moto XT760
To force restart your moto XT760, press and hold the Power and Volume Down buttons simultaneously for about 10 seconds. The device should restart.
If the device does not restart, remove the battery and wait 30 seconds before reinserting it. Then try the Power and Volume Down button combo again. If the device still does not restart, contact Motorola support for assistance.
How to do a factory reset moto XT760 with menu
1. Turn on the phone and go to the Home screen.
2. Go to Settings > Backup & Reset > Factory Data Reset.
3. Tap Reset Phone.
4. Confirm by tapping Erase Everything.
5. The phone will reset and reboot.
Your phone is now restored to its factory settings.
Hard reset moto XT760 with a combination of buttons
1. Turn off the device.
2. Press the Volume Down, Volume Up and Power buttons simultaneously.
3. Release the buttons when the device vibrates.
4. Select the Factory Reset/Wipe Data option using the Volume Down button.
5. Confirm the selection with the Power button.
6. After the reset is complete, select the Reboot System Now option with the Power button.
7. The device will now reboot and the hard reset is complete.
what to do if resetting Motorola XT760 doesn’t work
If resetting your Motorola XT760 does not work, you may need to contact the manufacturer or a local repair shop for assistance. You may need to replace the device or have it serviced to resolve the issue.
It is also possible that the issue may be software related, and you may need to reinstall the operating system or perform a deeper factory reset. You may also need to check the device for viruses or other malicious software that could be causing the issue.
Shah Wajahat is a Computer Science grad and a Cisco CCNA certified Professional with 3+ years of experience in the Tech & software industry. Shah loves helping people with tech by explaining to layman audience technical queries in an easier way.