Helpful guidelines

How do I set up my Motorola?

How do I set up my Motorola?

Simply follow the prompts on the Motorola Moto G Plus to complete the setup wizard.

  1. Select the desired language and touch GET STARTED.
  2. Touch the desired option, e.g., Set up as new.
  3. Touch the Wi-Fi network you wish to connect to.
  4. Enter the Wi-Fi network password.
  5. Touch CONNECT.
  6. Review the privacy information.

How do I set up my device?

Step 2: Set up the new device

  1. Turn on a new device that isn’t set up yet. Put the device in pairing mode.
  2. Turn on your phone’s screen.
  3. On your phone, you’ll get a notification offering to set up the new device.
  4. Tap the notification.
  5. Follow the onscreen steps.

How do I setup my new phone?

How to set up a new Android phone or tablet

  1. Insert your SIM card and switch on your phone, ensuring it is fully charged.
  2. Select a language.
  3. Connect to Wi-Fi.
  4. Enter your Google account details.
  5. Select your backup and payment options.
  6. Set date and time.
  7. Set up a password and/or fingerprint.
  8. Voice assistant.

Where is my device settings?

Getting to Your Settings There are two ways to get to your phone’s settings. You can swipe down on the notification bar at the top of your phone display, then tap on the top right account icon, then tap on Settings. Or you can tap on the “all apps” app tray icon in the bottom middle of your home screen.

Should I use my old SIM card in my new phone?

If your old SIM card isn’t damaged you can definitely use it and save the other in case the old one goes bad. If you back up your phone before resetting it changing the SIM card won’t make a difference.

Do I put my SIM card in my new phone before transferring?

Regardless of the device you’re switching from, don’t switch your SIM card until the entire transfer is complete. Before you get started, you’ll also want to make sure both your old device and your new device have at least 20 percent battery life.

Do I activate my new phone before transferring data?

Move your SIM card first. This is mandatory for all phones, but it can be an important step in some cases. Samsung phones, for example, perform a reset when you insert a SIM card. If you transfer your data before you put in your SIM, you could wipe everything you moved over.