1. Open the apps drawer on the Motorola G60.
2. Go to Settings.
3. Tap System and then tap Reset Options.
4. Tap Erase all data (factory reset) and confirm your selection.
5. Enter your screen lock PIN or password if prompted.
6. Tap Reset Phone and wait for the phone to reset back to its factory settings.
7. Set up your Motorola G60 as a new device.
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how to restart your moto G60
1. Press and hold the Power button until the Power menu appears.
2. Select Restart.
3. If prompted, select Restart again. Your device will now restart
how to do a factory reset moto G60 with the menu
1. Swipe down from the top of the screen to open the quick settings menu.
2. Tap the gear icon to open the settings menu.
3. Tap System > Advanced.
4. Tap Reset Options > Factory Data Reset.
5. Tap Reset Phone.
6. Enter your PIN or password if prompted.
7. Tap Erase Everything. 8. Wait for the reset to complete.
hard reset moto G60 with a combination of buttons
Power off your Moto G60 completely. Press and hold the Volume Up and Power buttons at the same time. When the Moto logo appears on the screen, release the buttons. Now you will see the Recovery Mode menu. Using Volume keys, select Wipe data/factory reset. Press the Power button to confirm. Select Yes. Now your device will be reset to its factory settings.
what to do if resetting Motorola G60 doesn’t work
If resetting your Motorola G60 does not work, then you may need to take it to a professional technician for repair. You may also need to contact Motorola for further assistance. If the reset did not work, it could be a hardware issue that needs to be fixed or a firmware issue that needs to be addressed.
It is important to ensure that all of your data is backed up before attempting to repair the device. In some cases, if your device is out of warranty, you may need to purchase a new device.
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.