Is your Motorola phone keep restarting during a text, email, call, WhatsApp conversation, or using Facebook? Why does it happen? This is the first question that comes to mind if you are in a situation where your phone is not constantly on. There can be many reasons why your phone repeats.
We’ve listed some useful tips and tricks below to potentially help you fix the random restarting issues quickly in 2022.
Fix your Motorola Phone Keeps Restarting Over And Over
If your Motorola phone keeps restarting randomly, in some cases a low-quality app on your phone may be the problem. Uninstalling third-party apps can potentially be a solution. An app that causes your phone to restart may be running in the background. In this case, just follow these steps!
- Menu > Settings > My Apps. Upgrade all existing apps to make sure they are up to date.
This will show the running background apps and if you see any third-party apps you should uninstall them.
If that doesn’t work, try the tips below!
Entering safe mode will tell you if a third-party app is causing the problem. If your device works fine in safe mode, this could be the reason.
To use Safe Mode, you must first power off your phone and then hold down the power button. Once the model is displayed on the screen, press and hold the volume button until Safe Mode appears in the bottom corner of the screen. When exiting safe mode (hold power button and press restart), delete all third-party apps.
If your device is not working in safe mode, the next step is to reboot your device in recovery mode. Make sure you have backed up your data using Motorola phone Data Extraction as the steps below may result in data loss.
First, power off your device while holding down the volume button, home button, and power button at the same time. When you feel your phone vibrate, release the power button until Android System Recovery appears on the screen. By releasing all buttons, you can factory reset the device and erase all CACHE data.
Wipe cache data on the device: Use the volume up button to select Wipe cache partition, then press the power button to confirm. This will clear all cache data from your phone. When this is done, select Reboot system now to exit recovery mode. If the device is still in the reboot loop, you can go back into recovery mode to reset the device.
Last but not least ‘Factory Reset‘. If you have applied all the above methods and still, haven’t solved your Motorola Phone’s automatic restarting problem then I would suggest you Factory Reset.
Restoring your device to factory settings can be the key to fixing the issue that is causing your phone to loop. However, this means that all data currently on your device will be erased, so it’s best to back it up beforehand.
To reset your phone, follow the steps below:
- With the phone powered off, press and hold the Volume Down key and the Power key for 3-4 seconds until the boot options screen appears.
- Release the key.
- Use the Volume Down key to scroll and highlight Recovery.
- Press the volume up key to select.
- The phone will display the Motorola logo and then the Android recovery screen will be displayed.
- When the Android recovery screen appears, press and hold the Volume Up key for 8-12 seconds.
- Quickly press and release the Power key.
- The Android recovery screen appears.
- Use the Volume Down key to scroll down and highlight the Wipe cache partition.
- Use the power key to select.
- The phone power cycled.
How to Fix Freeze and Reboot Issues on Moto G?
If your Moto G has freeze and reboot issues, press the power button to turn off the screen. Now turn the screen again. You can temporarily unpin the screen. However, for a permanent fix, follow the steps below.
Run your phone in safe mode. Press the Power key, then press and hold the Power Off option until the ‘Reboot to Safe Mode‘ window appears on the screen. If it works, you will see Safe Mode text in the lower-left corner of the screen.
If your Moto G is running properly in safe mode, one of your phone’s apps is causing this issue. So, you can uninstall installed apps one by one until you find the culprit.
Factory reset: You can also do a factory reset by going to Menu > Settings > Backup & Reset > Factory Data Reset > Reset Phone. But before that, back up your important data.
SIM card; There may also be a problem with the SIM card. So you can try a different SIM and see if it makes a difference.
How do I fix a frozen Motorola boot screen?
Press and hold both the “Power” and “Volume Down” buttons. Do this for about 20 seconds or until the device restarts. This often clears the memory and starts the device normally.