If ever your Lenovo Moto G5 starts experiencing troubles, tend not to stress! Just before you start seeking for complicated errors found in the Android operating system, you can also try to perform a Soft and Hard Reset of your Lenovo Moto G5. This task is reasonably user-friendly and will often solve troubles that can affect your Lenovo Moto G5.
Just before performing any of the hacks listed below, remember that it really is important to create a copy of your Lenovo Moto G5. Albeit the soft reset of the Lenovo Moto G5 will not lead to loss of data, the hard reset is going to clear all the data. Perform a complete copy of the Lenovo Moto G5 thanks to its program or on the Cloud (Google Drive, DropBox, …)
We are going to get started with the soft reset of your Lenovo Moto G5, the most basic method.
How to Soft Reset your Lenovo Moto G5
The soft reset of the Lenovo Moto G5 is likely to let you to take care of minor errors like a crashed apps, a battery that heats, a display that stop, the Lenovo Moto G5 that becomes slow…
The approach is going to be quite simple:
- Simultaneously push the Volume Down and Power button until the Lenovo Moto G5 restarts (roughly 20 seconds)
How to Hard Reset your Lenovo Moto G5 (Factory Settings)
The factory settings reset or hard reset is definitely a bit more definitive option. This process is going to clear off all the information of the Lenovo Moto G5 and you are going to get a mobile phone as it is when it is created. You will need to keep your essential files like your pics, contacts, conversation, records, … on your pc or on the cloud like Google Drive, DropBox, … prior to starting the hard reset operation of your Lenovo Moto G5.
To restore all your data soon after the reset, you can save your data to your Google Account. For that, go to:
- Settings -> System -> Advanced -> Backup
- Activate the backup
Once you generated the backup, all you should do is:
- System -> Advanced -> Reset options.
- Erase all data (factory reset) -> Reset phone
You need to write your security code (or PIN) and once it is completed, go for Erase Everything.
Your Lenovo Moto G5 is going to remove all your information. It will take a short time. Now that the operation is completed, the Lenovo Moto G5 is going to restart with factory settings.
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About the Lenovo Moto G5
The size of your Lenovo Moto G5 is 73.0 mm x 144.3 mm x 9.5 mm (width x height x depth) for a net weight of 144 g. The screen offers a resolution of 1080 x 1920px (FHD) for a usable surface of 65%.
The Lenovo Moto G5 smartphone uses one Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 MSM8937 processor and one 4×1.4GHz ARM Cortex A53 + 4×1.1GHz ARM Cortex-A53 (Octa-Core) with a 1.4 GHz clock speed. This smartphone includes a 64-bit architecture processor.
Concerning the graphic part, the Lenovo Moto G5 takes advantage of Qualcomm Adreno 505 graphics card with 2 GB. You’ll be able to employ 16 GB of memory.
The Lenovo Moto G5 battery is Li-Ion type with a maximum power of 2800 mAh amperes. The Lenovo Moto G5 was unveiled on February 2017 with Android 7.0 Nougat
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