The Moto G 3rd Gen (2015) was announced and released on July 28th, and sold out within one week of being available. Everyone is different when it comes to how they use their smartphone, and what for, but below you’ll find 5 essential tips to help you get started with the Moto G.
The average user will find that out of the box Google’s improved Android 5.1 Lollipop to be the best version of Android yet, and to better serve you, the user. One option that’s been available on Android smartphones for years, yet many owners don’t take advantage of, is a passcode or security pattern on the lockscreen.
Once you finish the initial few setup steps when you turn it on and sign into WiFi or Gmail, heading into settings to quickly add a password is highly suggested. Simply slide down the notification bar from the top of the display (swipe twice, or once with two fingers) and tap the round gear-shaped settings icon near the top right. It is recommended that most users at least have an option for a pin or pattern, as security is extremely important these days.
If you ever lose your phone, or need to have it replaced, you’ll want everything backed up in the Google cloud.
Using the same steps as mentioned above you’ll want to head into settings and scroll down to backup & reset.
Users can also check or uncheck the restore option where Google will automatically restore any available settings or data from an app being reinstalled.
Also, while were here you’ll want to backup your photos so even if you lose or break your Moto G, you’ll always have your photos taken with the pretty great 13 megapixel camera on this budget phone. Whether you use a cloud storage option like Dropbox or Google Drive, or just prefer to let Google+ Photo’s (on all Android phones) do it for you, the link above explains multiple easy ways to automatically save and backup full-resolution copies of all your photos. Just like Find My iPhone, Google has something called the Android Device Manager you can use to find or erase a lost smartphone. Owners can lock the Moto G, wipe out a smartphone to erase data in case of theft, or even make your phone ring if it’s lost somewhere in your house, all using the Android Device Manager site from a PC, another phone, or a tablet.
This will ensure that once you reach your data limit (or get close) you’ll be notified not to keep streaming HD YouTube clips or watching Netflix, as you may incur charges. Battery saving mode turns off GPS, so turn by turn navigation may not be as accurate or need to be re-enabled, but for those who rarely use navigation, battery saving mode is your best bet. Thankfully the Moto G has pretty excellent battery life, and most average users will get more than 24 hours out of a single charge. From here users will want to set up a host of services and options that will improve your smartphone. Once you’ve got all of this down you’ll want to thumb through the settings, features, options, and get familiar with your device.
If this is your first smartphone, don’t worry, it only takes a few days to master flipping through screens and launching apps, digging in settings, or typing on the touchscreen.
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Many apps have their own cloud sync support so will automatically restore the data when you reconnect them, but many don’t. With Helium you can also transfer that data between a phone and a tablet, so you can play from the same spot on both devices. Backing up with Helium on a rooted phone or tablet is easy as it runs entirely on the device.
Backing up using Helium without root works on the same principle, but the process requires a desktop companion app.This is available for Windows, Mac and Linux.


Connect your phone to your computer via a USB cable and launch the Helium app on the device. You might see various error messages on your phone’s screen saying you need to switch the connection to PTP mode.
The message in the desktop app window will change to say that the app has been enabled (the message refers to the app’s original name, Carbon). System enables you to make a backup of your text messages, wi-fi connection settings, user dictionary and other system features. There’s also a section called Backup Disallowed, listing apps that cannot be backed up due to restrictions placed by the developer.
If you wish to make a backup of the APK file—the app itself—deselect the App Data Only box. Choose the location of your saved backup—either one of the cloud services or internal storage. Coolmuster Android Assistant, we can use it to move almost everything from android phone to computer, and we can also use it to manage apps, contacts on computer, have a try! Today, the new Apple iPad 2 was announced, and with it came numerous upgrades that makes it fall right in line with the Motorola XOOM and other announced-but-not-released Android tablets (LG G-Slate, Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1, etc). Blackberry Messenger from your Android phone?Android Market is Finally Coming to Google TV Devices! However, being such a great phone at a low price this may be the first smartphone for many buyers. Well, the more expensive $219 version, as it’s a phone that many should consider over phones 2-3 times more expensive. Instructions will walk you through the initial boot process, signing into Gmail or creating an account, and what everything does or how things work like never before. With smartphones having so much information, banking accounts, and email access these days, security is extremely important and your device should be secured. It takes about 30 seconds to set up a passcode or pattern lock, and your device will be protected from prying eyes or in case of loss or theft.
Scroll down to security, then select screen lock at the top and use the option of your choice. Once you set a lockscreen security measure additional options appear, like choosing how long before the device locks after use. This makes transferring your entire device to a new Moto G, or a better phone next year, almost automatic. There’s almost no setup once you download the app from the Google Play Store, then just let Android’s device manager find your lost phone if you ever need to. This would be a good time to switch to the WiFi at home to save data, and not get overage charges. This uses WiFi and a cellular network for location services, rather than the phone draining its battery with GPS.
Then of course turning off location data inside apps like Facebook, changing how often Twitter or other social sites sync or check for notifications, or anything else that wakes up your phone to use data. Once this is all done you’ll quickly realize this is one powerful smartphone that was absolutely worth the $200 you spent on it.
Google Now is an excellent option, and customizing Moto’s app, widgets, and notifications settings are all pretty simple. Enjoy all the Moto G 2015 has to offer, and if you have the old one and are still debating if the new Moto G this year is worth it.


If you’re upgrading to a new phone, or have to do a factory reset on your current one, you need an easy way to restore all the info stored in your apps.
Games in particular are lacking in this area, and being able to restore game data is essential if you don’t want to have to start playing from the beginning once again. Apple is still offering 6 different configurations and 5 of them are cheaper than Motorola’s tablet. Or will one or more of these Android tablets be in a position to steal the spotlight from Apple? Taking it to the next web by writing about new media, new technology, new wave cinema and the digital revolution. This means users will want to make some quick changes to be prepared for the future, make it more secure, get better performance or battery life, and more.
I have it set for 3 minutes so I’m not constantly typing in a code all day long, but to each his own. It isn’t an all-in-one solution, but will backup (and restore on a new device) your WiFi passwords, app data (and game saves) wallpapers, and other settings. That said, you’ll need to have it first, before the unfortunate event of loss or theft does happen. This way users can’t go over, and end up with a huge smartphone bill at the end of the month. Whether your phone is always tracking you location to deliver weather updates, location for Facebook Messenger, or you use Google Now or Google Maps for directions or navigation, this is a big drain on battery life.
There’s also a Migrate app and tool to transfer data, pictures, contacts and more from other devices, or from iOS. We’d also recommend trying out some 3rd party keyboard options, and customizing it with apps from the Play Store.
In this tutorial we’ll use Helium to make a backup of not only app data but the apps themselves, on rooted and non-rooted devices. If you want to backup directly to cloud services like Google Drive or Dropbox then you need the Premium version of the app. There are more options to how people want their device to work and look and feel compared to the iPad.
Like setting up a passcode lock, pattern, or some security measure after signing into Gmail, and their life. Google’s backup options will be brought up during setup, which we’d recommend most users agree to, but you can always control more backup & sync options in settings later.
In Android 4.4 KitKat Google added a new location option which allows for more control here, and the battery saving option is your best route.
It only takes a minute, and you’ll be glad you did if you ever lose your fancy new phone. You can manage what uses location services, like the GPS chipset inside your phone, and I prefer the battery saver mode until I actually need to use GPS for directions.



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