Motorola Moto E 4G Manual & Tutorial

Download or read online Motorola Moto E 4G LTE user manual is available on this post, but before you download Moto E user guide please feel free to read Moto E tutorial, unboxing and assembling first.

Moto E 4G

Moto E 4G

Moto E 4G 2nd Gen Unboxing and Assembling


First thing first to do before using Motorola Moto E 4G, of course unboxing it. When you have got this unboxed, you should find 1 new Motorola Moto E 4G, 1 USB cable and 1 Documentation pack. Atleast these are the three important contents of the box you should find, although it is possible that some box contents may vary.


We can start with the slots for the micro-SIM and microSD (memory) cards. They are concealed behind a protective band which sits around the edge of the handset. To find these slots you have to remove this band that comes off the phone, not the back cover itself. When you see the bottom edge of the Moto E, you should find a small notch in the band which can be used to release the band. Once this is free, you can release the band carefully and lift it away. Now you can place the Moto E screen side down (make sure you don’t put this on a scratching surface), with the two slots in the left-hand side of the phone facing you.

Now you can find the micro-SIM card goes into the slot towards the bottom of the handset. When you insert the micro-SIM, don’t forget to insert it with the gold-coloured contacts facing up, and with the cut-off corner inserted first. After that press the micro-SIM card home against a slight spring pressure until you hear a click as it latches into place. Otherwise if you want to remove the card, press on the exposed edge to release it.

After you have inserted the micro-SIM card, now you can find slot to install a microSD card. This slot is near the top of the phone. If you want to insert the memory card, make sure you insert it with its narrow end first, and with the gold-coloured contacts facing up. When the card is well-placed, press the card home against a spring pressure to latch it into place. Otherwise if you want to take the memory card out, press against the exposed edge of the card causing it to spring out, enabling you to remove it. It is important to remember that before you remove the memory card, remember to turn the phone off completely so you won’t lose any saved data in the card. Finally it is time to replace the band around the edge of the Moto E 4G, then gently press it into place. Now the new Motorola Moto E 4G is ready to turn on and get started with setting it up.

Tips to Get the Most from Your Motorola Moto E 4G

Motorola Migrate

This Tips to Get the Most from Your Motorola Moto E 4G is about how you can really get the benefit as much as you can from the phone. This is of course important so that all your effort to get this smart phone isn’t useless, and Motorola Migrate is one of important thing you should know to get the most from the phone. It is the Google-owned manufacturer’s way of importing data from your old Android mobile phone. There is a prompt to run this at the end of the initial set up wizard, but many people skip past this in their haste to “get at” their new handset. But if you consider to use this, it is quite worthy.

From the initial setup we have mentioned that Google account is required for many reasons, and one of the reason is because the Google account will backup and restore certain data to and from Android phones. This includes Google contacts, bookmarks, and Wi Fi profiles, etc. And fortunately Motorola have chosen not to duplicate any of this data, but rather opt to transfer the things that are usually a lot harder to copy over include SMS text messages, call history logs, SIM contacts and media.

After we knew some initial explanation about Motorola Migrate, it is time for us to tell you how to use it. All you need to do first is just simply open the app on your new Motorola Moto E 4G and then follow the onscreen prompts. One more thing to do before that, you will need to install the Motorola Migrate app on your old Android phone. Don’t you think it is a great idea to have both phones connected to Wi Fi as there may be a lot of data to transfer, particularly when you have a lot of media on your old phone to move across such as photos, videos, and music? Absolutely a great way to answer the biggest problem to move across what you have on your old phone to the new one, and this great way is pretty easy.

Motorola Moto E 4G Manual Pdf

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