The Motorola Electrify M XT905 is not a GSM device, which is why the smartphone launched at the end of 2012 will not work on any GSM network around the world. Knowing as a colorful Android phone with two great cameras, this is one of the most popular ones from the brand.
If you own this phone and are planning to sell it as brand new, have been locked out of it because you forgot the password, or you’d simply like to refresh the device’s software, you should perform a hard reset on the Motorola Electrify M XT905. This procedure is going to allow you to solve all such problems very quickly, will renew the operating system and erase all user information stored on it.
Before telling you more about that, you should know that this phone features a super AMOLED advanced capacitive touchscreen attached with corning Gorilla Glass protection. Coming with 1 GB of RAM, as well as a dual-core 1.5 GHz processor, the Motorola Electrify has a card slot that enables users to store up to 32 GB more on an external micro SD card. In terms of photography, the phone is equipped with two cameras: an 8 MP frontal one and a rear VGA one that record videos and take pictures.
How to Restore the Motorola Electrify
Stepping back to our previous discussion about the data reset, it is important to bear in mind that this is a highly efficient procedure, but it also has its downside. We’re talking about the fact that all media files, apps and contacts on the internal memory of the Motorola will be deleted. For this specific reason, we suggest creating a backup that will allow you to recover everything once you’re done.
To save the data, please use the USB cable to connect the phone to an external device (i.e.: a laptop, desktop computer or memory drive) and save everything into a separate folder. Another way of doing the same is using a cloud or downloading the Phone Copy app for Android.
- Go to the phone’s Home Screen and touch the Apps icon.
- Select the Settings folder and choose Privacy.
- Within this section, scroll down to Factory Data Reset then o confirm tap Reset Phone.
- Allow the device to reboot; don’t interrupt the process at any given time.
At this point, all the software issues on the Motorola phone such as errors, hangs and freezes should have been gone. The device can now be used just as it was before – to make sure you don’t miss anything, use the backup you previously made.