To reset the Motorola G10 to the default settings, you will need to perform a factory data reset. To do this, open the Settings app on your device, tap System, tap Reset Options, and then tap Factory Data Reset.
Confirm that you want to reset the device and it will be reset to the default settings. If you are unable to access the Settings app, you can also perform a factory reset by pressing and holding the Power and Volume Down buttons for 10 seconds. This will reboot your device and perform a factory reset. Once the reset is complete, you will need to set up your device again and restore any backed-up data.
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how to restart your moto G10
Restarting your Moto G10 is easy.
1. First, press and hold the Power button for a few seconds.
2. Select the option to “Power off”.
3. Wait for a few seconds and then press and hold the Power button again to turn your phone back on. Your phone will now restart.
how to do a factory reset moto G10 with menu
1. Open the Settings app and select System.
2. Select Reset. 3. Select Factory Data Reset.
4. Select Reset Phone.
5. Select Erase Everything.
6. Enter your PIN, pattern, or password if prompted.
7. Select Erase Everything.
Your Moto G10 will now begin to reset. Once it is complete, your device will be restored to its original factory settings.
hard reset moto G10 with a combination of buttons
To perform a hard reset on the Moto G10, press and hold the Volume Down and Power buttons at the same time for around 10 seconds. The phone will restart and you will be taken to the Android Recovery Mode.
From here, you can use the Volume buttons to navigate and the Power button to select. Select “Wipe data/factory reset” and confirm the action. The phone will then reset itself to factory settings. Once the reset has been completed, select “reboot system now” and the phone will restart. The phone is now reset to its factory settings.
what to do if resetting Motorola G10 doesn’t work
If resetting your Motorola G10 does not work, then you may need to try a few other troubleshooting steps. Some things you can try include
1. Make sure the phone is running the latest software version.
2. Check for any possible hardware issues, such as a faulty battery or a damaged charging port.
3. Make sure the phone is not in a restricted area where the signal is weak or blocked.
4. Try restarting the device in Safe Mode or Recovery Mode to see if the issue persists.
5. Perform a factory reset to restore the device to its original state.
6. If the problem continues, you may need to contact the manufacturer for further assistance.
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.