Moto E Guide http://motoeguide.com Sat, 06 Aug 2016 04:48:56 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.7.1 68397941 Moto E 2nd Gen (Moto E 4G): the best value-for-money smartphone in 2015 http://motoeguide.com/moto-e-2nd-gen-moto-e-4g-best-value-money-smartphone-2015/ http://motoeguide.com/moto-e-2nd-gen-moto-e-4g-best-value-money-smartphone-2015/#comments Sat, 28 Feb 2015 09:16:32 +0000 http://motoeguide.com/?p=831 On February 25, 2015, Motorola released Moto E 2nd Gen (aka Moto E 2015, or Moto E 4G) through an innovative Moto E press conference box.  Everyone, not just journalists,  can join the press conference at any time to get more info on  Moto E 2nd Gen at StartWithMotoE.com. The new Moto E 2nd Gen (Moto E 2015) […]

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On February 25, 2015, Motorola released Moto E 2nd Gen (aka Moto E 2015, or Moto E 4G) through an innovative Moto E press conference box.  Everyone, not just journalists,  can join the press conference at Moto_E_2nd_Gen_Moto_E_4G_the_best_value_for_money_smartphone_in_2015any time to get more info on  Moto E 2nd Gen at StartWithMotoE.com.

The new Moto E 2nd Gen (Moto E 2015) is probably the best value-for-money smartphone you can get in 2015.

What’s new in Moto E 2nd Gen (Moto E 2015)

1. Bigger (4.5″) and better (IPS) display

Moto E 2nd Gen (Moto E 2015) shares the similar look of the old Moto E.  The display is slight larger at 4.5″.

Although the screen resolution is still qHD (540*960),  it is upgraded to IPS panel, which will definitely give you better visual experience.  You may read this post on the display technology for smartphones.

2. Faster quad-core processor

The processor  in new Moto E 2nd Gen (Moto E 2015) is upgraded from dual-core in the old Moto E to quad-core.

For Moto E 2nd Gen 4G model, the processor is Qualcomm Snapdragon 410,  which can be found in many middle-range ($200-$400)  smartphones and tablets.

3. More storage (8GB)

The meager 4GB internal storage in the old Moto E is often complained. Although you can add a 32GB SD card, but a lot of apps cannot be moved to SD card. Many owners feel frustrated because they cannot install their favorite games/apps due to lack of internal storage. For moving apps to SD card, you may check this guide.

The Moto E 2nd Gen (Moto E 2015) gives 8GB storage with SD card support (up to 32GB).  So, for most users, this is probably sufficient.

4. Improved rear camera

The rear (main) camera in Moto E 2nd Gen (Moto E 2015) is still 5MP. There is still no flash. You may think the camera is still the old one

You are wrong.

The camera is actually significantly improved.

Autofocus is available in the main camera in Moto E 2nd Gen (Moto E 2015).  This feature is very useful when you take photos with some printed text, for example, scan a few pages of a book/magazine.

For videos, the camera in Moto E 2nd Gen (Moto E 2015) now supports 720p HD video, not just 480p as in old Moto E.

Auto HDR and burst mode is also available in Moto E 2nd Gen (Moto E 2015). We are still testing them.

5. Front camera, although it is just a VGA one

Moto E 2nd Gen (Moto E 2015) adds one front VGA camera. It is suitable for taking selfies to share through MMS. You can also use it for video chat/calls.

6. Larger (20% more) battery

The old Moto E actually has a decent battery life. Most users reported 1 to 2 days normal usage  for each charge.

Moto E 2nd Gen (Moto E 2015) is packed with a 2390mAH battery, which is 20% larger than its predecessor. You should get similar battery life even using 4G LTE.

7. 4G LTE

Moto E 2nd Gen also supports 4G LTE (in Moto E 4G models). If your area has 4G LTE coverage, the new Moto E will give you faster mobile data access. Some carriers also provide VoLTE, which gives faster voice call connection and far better voice quality.

Of course, 4G LTE will consume data quota faster.

Also, if you are looking for dual-SIM model, you still have to get the Moto E 2nd Gen 3G model, which will be released in Q2 2015.

8. Moto Display

Moto Display (old name: active display) is one of the prominent and unique feature in Moto X.

Now, Moto Display is also available in Moto E 2nd Gen (Moto E 2015).  It works similar to ambient display in Android Lollipop. But Moto Display provides more options.

9. Quick capture

Quick capture is another exclusive feature in Moto X (and Moto X 2nd Gen). You can launch the camera by simply twisting your wrist.

Moto E 2nd Gen (Moto E 2015) now get quick capture so that you can snap photos faster than any others.

10. Customization

Customization is still a luxury for smartphones.

Motorola introduced Moto Maker for Moto X owners so that they can choose different colors and materials for the phone.

Now, part of such customization comes to Moto E 2nd Gen (Moto E 2015): replaceable trim and back cover.

When and where can I buy Moto E 2nd Gen (Moto E 2015)

Moto E 2nd Gen (Moto E 2015) was already released in US.  If you live in US, you can order it now from Motorola online store. The price (4G LTE) is $149.99.

For other regions, the availability will vary from March to April. You may check with local Motorola distributor. The price may vary, but it should be around $150.

We will update the progress of the international availability here.

When will be the Moto E 2nd Gen 3G version available?

Moto E 2nd Gen (Moto E 2015) 4G LTE model is a single SIM phone. If you want to get a dual-sim Moto E 2nd Gen, you have to wait for the release of the Moto E 2nd Gen 3G model.

The 3G model will be released in Q2 2015.

Will the 4G LTE model of Moto E 2nd Gen sold in US work in my country?

The frequency used for 4G LTE varies from country to country (even from carrier to carrier in one country in some cases). You may check this page or check with your carrier on the bands (frequencies) in your carrier network.

The following 4G LTE bands are supported  in the US version of Moto E 2nd Gen: band 2, 4, 5, 7, 12 and 17.

Please also note, the 3G frequencies used in US may be also different from those in your carrier.

So, do check the 3G and 4G frequencies.

It is best to buy local version from local distributor and you will not worry about network compatibility issues. In addition, in most regions, you can get one-year local warranty if you buy the device locally.

Why Moto E 2nd Gen (Moto E 4G) is the best value-for-money smartphone in 2015

Moto G (and Moto G 2nd Gen) probably was the best value-for-money smartphone in 2014.

It seems the $150 Moto E 2nd Gen now provides even higher value for money (VFM). And it supports 4G.  It seems Motorola is serious to reach more customers with affordable and high-quality smartphones.

Based on the incredible (at $150)  combination of hardware and software,  I would say Moto E 2nd Gen (Moto E 4G) is the best value-for-money smartphone in 2015.

What do you think about Moto E 2nd Gen (Moto E 2015, Moto E 4G)?

Please share your thought in the comment box below.

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How to use alarm and customize alarm tones on Moto E, Moto G and Moto X? http://motoeguide.com/moto-e-guides/use-alarm-customize-alarm-tones-moto-e-moto-g-moto-x/ http://motoeguide.com/moto-e-guides/use-alarm-customize-alarm-tones-moto-e-moto-g-moto-x/#comments Mon, 29 Sep 2014 13:08:55 +0000 http://motoeguide.com/?page_id=505 In addition to ringtones and notification tones, you can also customize the alarm tones on your Moto E, Moto G (including Moto X 2nd generation) and Moto X (including Moto X 2nd generation). This guide shows you how to create and manage alarms on your Moto devices.  Customizing alarm tones will also be covered.  For […]

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how_to_use_alarm_customize_alarm_tones_on_moto_e_moto_g_moto_xIn addition to ringtones and notification tones, you can also customize the alarm tones on your Moto E, Moto G (including Moto X 2nd generation) and Moto X (including Moto X 2nd generation).

This guide shows you how to create and manage alarms on your Moto devices.  Customizing alarm tones will also be covered.  For simplicity, Moto E is used in this guide. But this guide works exactly in the identical way as in Moto G, Moto G 2014 (2nd Gen.), Moto X and Moto X 2014 (2nd Gen).

How to create an alarm on Moto E, Moto G and Moto X?

Step 1: start Clock app.

To create an alarm, start the Clock app.

Step 2: setup the time

Tap the alarm clock icon as shown below in the top left. Tap the “+” sign to create an alarm on Moto E.

To create the new alarm on Moto E, you need set up the hour (0-23) and minutes  using the ring provided.

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Step 3: Setup alarm  repeat.

You can choose how often the Moto E  alarm repeats  each week.

By default, the new alarm created on Moto E is not repeated, i.e., Moto E thinks this alarm is one-time setting.

Tap Repeat as shown above to enable the repeat settings.

Moto E alarm repeat is based on weekdays from Sunday to  Saturday.  You choose on the days you want to enable this alarm.  The Moto E alarm will repeat on the days with blue underlines.

Currently, it is impossible to set alarm repeat as every  specific day each month.

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 Step 4: Setup alarm tones and vibration on Moto E

When you create an alarm on Moto E, the default alarm tone is being used. You can manually turn on vibrate as shown above.

You can change the alarm tone on Moto E easily. Tapping current alarm tone as shown above will bring you to the alarm tone setting age.

To choose pre-installed alarm tones, or audio files in the Alarms folder (discussed later), choose Media storage, then tap one. Now select the desired alarm tone.

Once finishing the selection, tap OK to confirm and update the alarm tone for this specific alarm.

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Step 5: setup the label (name) of the alarm.

You can give each alarm a meaning name so that you can easily remember the purpose of the alarm after a few weeks.

Tap the Label area to call out the keyboard. Type the name, then tap OK to update the label.

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The new Alarm now is created on your Moto E.

How to  manage alarms on Moto E, Moto G and Moto X?

Once the alarm is created on Moto E, you can turn it on/off at any time by dragging the on/off button.

You can also delete any alarms on Moto E if you think you don’t need them any more.  Tapping the dustbin icon next to the label to delete the specific alarm. There is NO un-do option!

You can change the default alarm behavior by tapping the menu key (3 vertical dots, as shown below).

In the Moto E alarm settings, you  may want to change the duration of snooth, alarm volume, and the functions of volume button when alarm is making sound.

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How to customize alarm tones on Moto E, Moto G and Moto X?

In addition to the pre-installed alarm tones, just like ringtones and notifications tones, you can also customize alarm tones on Moto E.

You can put any audio files to the Alarms folder as shown below when connecting your Moto E to PC through an USB cable (read this guide on how to connect Moto E with a PC through an USB cable).

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If the audio file is already on the phone, you can copy it the Alarms folder with a file manager, for example, ES File explorer.

Of course, you can also directly use ES File manager to specify any audio files on the phone as the alarm tone as shown below.

If ES File Explorer is installed, by default, when you set the alarm tone, you will be asked to choose ES File explorer or use Media Storage. Media storage is for pre-installed alarm tones and all ausdio files in the Alarms folder.  ES File Explorer is for audio files that are visible to ES File explorer. So, you should use Just Once, not Always.

If you use ES File explorer to specify an audio file as the alarm tone, you need navigate to the folder, tap the audio file. The alarm tone will be changed immediately. There is no confirmation button.

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Do you have any questions or problems on how to create, how to manage, how to use use alarm how to customize alarm tones on Moto E, Moto G and Moto X?

Please let us know your question or problems related to app folder creation or naming in the comment box below.

More how-to guides , tips and tricks for using Moto E are available at Moto E how-to guides page.

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Can I create app folder on Moto E home screen?

When you got your Moto E, you probably noticed that all Google apps are put in the Google folder in the home screen.

And you may wonder whether you can create your own app folder like that on your Moto E.

The answer is yes.  It is very easy to create app folders on Moto E (this guide works on Moto G and Moto X as well).

How to create  an app folder on Moto E home screen?

In Moto E home screen (any of the home screen pages), you can create an app folder when you have two or more apps on that page.

To create an app folder, you simply tap and hold one app, and drop it over another app as shown below. The app folder will be created automatically.

Once an app folder is created, you can drop other apps to it.  In this way, you can keep your home screen well organized.

Of course, with the same method, you can add more app folders on the page.

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However, you may noticed that the app folder created has no names. Sometimes, you mat want to name it so that it is easy to manage and to remember the location of the apps.

How to name app folder on Moto E?

By default, the app folder you just created does not display a name.

You can name it as you want.

To name an app folder, follow these steps:

  1.  tap the app folder  to expand it;
  2. Tap unnamed folder area;
  3. Tap the cursor to call out keyboard;
  4. Type the name for this app folder;
  5. Tap anywhere on the screen to save  the name.

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Can I create an app folder in app drawer?

Moto E does  not allow you to create app folders in app drawer.  App folder is only allowed on the home screens.

This is the limitation of the launcher.  If you really need app folders in app drawer, you may have to use third-party launchers.

Can I create an app folder in Moto G or Moto X in a similar way?

Yes,  this guide applies to Moto G and Moto X as well.  It should work on your Moto G and Moto X, although the screenshot was taken from Moto E.

Do you have any questions or problems in creating or naming an app folder in Moto E home screen?

Please let us know your question or problems related to app folder creation or naming in the comment box below.

More how-to guides , tips and tricks for using Moto E are available at Moto E how-to guides page.

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Why you need move apps to SD card in Moto E?

Because your Moto E only has 4GB internal storage (about 2.2GB usable for users), Motorola added external SD card support in Moto E. In other words, you can move some contents to SD card.

In addition to media files, Moto E also allows you to move some apps to SD card so that you can install more apps.

The purpose of this guide is illustrating how to move apps from internal storage to  SD card. This will free up some precious internal storage for the system.

In addition, this guide also shows you how to set SD card as the default location for photos and videos taken by Moto E camera.

You cannot move all apps to SD card

Please note, some apps cannot be moved to SD card. These include:

  • Any pre-installed apps. Motorola installed some essential apps on Moto E. Your carrier or local distributor may “bundle” some apps. You cannot un-install these apps, and you cannot move them to SD card either. You can only disable them if you don’t want to use them.
  • System apps.  For apps that perform some system management functions, e.g., Motorola Alert, Google Maps, you cannot move them to SD card. This is due to reliability considerations.
  • Some apps that failed to follow the Android install location guidelines.

Some apps, e,g., camera, Google Play music, Google play movies, cannot be moved to SD card, but the media files corresponding to these apps can be saved in SD card by default. You can find the corresponding settings inside individual apps.

How to move apps to SD card on Moto E?

Step 1: Find apps that can be moved to SD card

You can go to Settings–Apps. Then flick right to switch to On SD card tab as shown below.

Alternatively, you can tap apps individually to find out whether there is a moving app  to SD card option.

In the “ON SD CARD” tab, all apps that can be moved to SD card are listed . In other words, you can only move these apps to SD card. Other apps cannot be moved to SD card (but for some of them, you can use SD card as the default storage location).

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Step 2: Move the apps to SD card

In the list of apps that can be moved to SD card, you check any of them to start to move the apps to SD card if it is not checked.

For example, as shown in the screenshot below, 3 of my apps can be moved to SD card.  None of them are checked. This means I haven’t moved them to SD card yet. If you already moved the apps to SD card, it will shown as checked (read on).

So, in this tutorial, I tap ES File Explorer, or tap the check box.  The app info of this app is shown.

Tap Move to SD card to move the app to SD card immediately. It may take from a few seconds to a few mins depending on the size of the app data.

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Step 3: Verify apps are moved to SD card

Once Moto E finish moving apps to SD card, the app info will be shown as “Move to phone” as shown below.

In the ON SD CARD tab, if the app is checked, it means the app was moved to SD card already.

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How to save all Moto E photos and videos to SD card, not phone storage?

Moto E also allows you to save all photos and videos to SD card automatically.

Start the camera app. Swipe from left side of the screen to tight side to get the option window. tap the SD card (storage) icon, you can choose storage location to SD card.

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Once you set the camera app storage location as SD card, all new photos and videos taken from your Moto E camera will be automatically saved to SD card, not in phone storage.

For more details on Moto E  camera settings, using Moto E camera, please check our Moto E camera guide (coming soon!).

Do you have any questions or problems in moving apps to SD card in Moto E, or save photos to SD card?

Please leave your questions or problems in the comment box below.

More how-to guides , tips and tricks for using Moto E are available at Moto E how-to guides page.

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How to use Moto E keyboard? http://motoeguide.com/moto-e-guides/use-moto-e-keyboard/ http://motoeguide.com/moto-e-guides/use-moto-e-keyboard/#comments Sat, 07 Jun 2014 14:36:58 +0000 http://motoeguide.com/?page_id=149 Moto E comes with a vanila Google keyboard, which you can find it in Google Play store. The Google keyboard is actually one of the best keyboards for Android, although it is free. Most Android phone manufacturers tried to modify it with their own footprint. But, so far, neither Samsung nor HTC (forget about LG […]

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Moto E comes with a vanila Google keyboard, which you can find it in Google Play store.

The Google keyboard is actually one of the best keyboards for Android, although it is free. Most Android phone manufacturers tried to modify it with their own footprint. But, so far, neither Samsung nor HTC (forget about LG or Sony) brings a better or more accurate keyboard to Android

Please note, Moto X, Moto G and Moto E use the identical Google keyboard, so this guide is also applicable for Moto G keyboard and Moto X keyboard.

How to use Emojis in Moto E?

Since KitKat 4.4, Android start to support colorful emojis natively.  In Google keyboard, you can find a lot of emojis in different categories.

To input emojis, you tap the emoji button in Moto E keyboard. Emojis are organized in different categories.  If you want to return to text input mode, tap the ABC button.

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Please note, the emojis are available for messages and emails,  other supported apps only. If you find your Moto E keyboard does not have the emojis button, very likely, the app does not support emojis, for example, web browser does not support emojis.

How to add or change input languages in Moto E keyboard

In addition to system language (please follow this guide on changing Moto E languages) , you can also add multiple  languages to your Moto E keyboard.

In your Moto E, go to Settings–Language & input. Tap the settings icon next to Google keyboard as shown below.

By default, Google keyboard uses the Moto E system language. You need uncheck this settings to proceed as shown below.

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After unchecking the “use system language”, you  now can select many more languages to your keyboard.  Moto E keyboard can handle multiple languages.

Tap any available languages that you are going to use for your keyboard. The checked languages will then be added to your Moto E keyboard.

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How to switch languages in Moto E keyboard?

If you added more than one language to your Moto E keyboard, you can switch it on-fly.

To change Moto E keyboard languages, tap and hold the spacebar button until you get the options window as shown below. You can then switch  the input language fro the Google keyboard.

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How to use gesture typing  in Moto E keyboard?

Moto E keyboard also supports gesture typing.

You can slide your finger across the letters of the word. You can release your finger once the word you want is displayed in the floating preview or in the middle of the suggestion strip. To select other words in the suggestion strip, touch it.

When using gesture typing in Moto E keyboard, it is not necessary to use the spacebar. After you lift your finger, it will automatically insert the space and continue a new word.

If the word you want to use is not shown when using gesture typing, you have to manually type it.

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How to use Google voice typing in Moto E keyboard

You can use Google voice typing for Moto E keyboard. In other words, you can type by speaking.

To use Google voice typing, touch the microphone button in the Moto E keyboard. You can start to speak once you see the red microphone image. Google speech recognition engine will convert what you speak to text.

If you are using English, you can even speak “comma”, “period”, “question mark” and “exclamation mark” to enter punctuation.

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By default, Google voice typing using online speech recognition engine if internet connection is available.

It is possible  to use offline speech recognition engine if you are not always connected. You can go to Settings–Language & input. Tap the setting icon next to Google voice typing.

Then tap “offline speech recognition” to download and install additional languages for offline Google voice typing.  You need  switch to All tab to see all available offline languages as shown below.

Normally, Google voice typing is smart enough to know the language you are using. So, most of the time, you can just leave the input language for voice typing as automatic (default). If the voice typing gets wrong language, you may manually set the language. Tap the “Choose input language”, uncheck “Automatic”, then you can manually select the voice input language.

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How to add your own personal dictionary to Moto E keyboard?

Moto E keyboard allows you to add your own personal  dictionary.  This means you can add your own words to your personal dictionary in Moto E.

Not only the words, but also the optional shortcuts, can be added to your personal dictionary. Moto E keyboard will remember them, and use them as the first choice.

To add words to your personal dictionary, go to Settings–Language & input. Tap the setting icon next to Google keyboard. Then tap “personal dictionary”. You can add words or phrases, and corresponding shortcuts  (optional) for the words as shown below.

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In this tutorial, I added “Moto E Guide” into my personal dictionary. I also defined a shortcut  “zmeg” for it as shown above.

Now, whenever I type zmeg, Moto E Guide will become the first choice. Actually, after I type “zm”, my Moto E keyboard already suggests Moto E Guide.

Personal dictionary in Moto E keyboard is a very useful feature and can save you tremendous time if you use it wisely.

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Because Moto X, Moto G and Moto E use the identical keyboard, this guide also applies to Moto X keyboard and Moto G keyboard.

Do you have any questions on using Moto E keyboard (or Moto G keyboard, ot Moto X keyboard)?

Please leave a comment if you have any problems or questions on how to use  Moto E keyboard (or Moto G keyboard, ot Moto X keyboard).

More how-to guides , tips and tricks for using Moto E are available at Moto E how-to guides page.

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How to customize Moto E ringtones? http://motoeguide.com/moto-e-guides/customize-moto-e-ringtones/ http://motoeguide.com/moto-e-guides/customize-moto-e-ringtones/#comments Mon, 02 Jun 2014 13:57:49 +0000 http://motoeguide.com/?page_id=123 In this guide, I will show you three methods of customizing Moto E ringtones: 1). select from the pre-installed ringtones; 2). use music files in your Moto E; and 3). use music files in your PC. So, you can use ringtones that you like and  you can customize Moto E ringtones as you want. Customize […]

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In this guide, I will show you three methods of customizing Moto E ringtones: 1). select from the pre-installed ringtones; 2). use music files in your Moto E; and 3). use music files in your PC.

So, you can use ringtones that you like and  you can customize Moto E ringtones as you want.

Customize Moto E ringtones method 1: Select from pre-installed Moto E ringtones

There are about 40 pre-installed ringtones in your Moto E. You can easily select any one of them that you prefer.

To set your ringtones, go to Settings-Sound. Tap phone ringtone as shown below.

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If you followed this guide (and you should) and installed ES File Explorer, you may have two options as shown below.  In this case, tap Media Storage, then tap “Just Once“.

You then can select any of the pre-installed Moto E ringtones (about 40) . Scroll up and down to select the desired one, then tap OK to change the ringtone for your Moto E.

After you tapping OK, the new ringtone applies immediately. Now, you get a somewhat different ringtone!

If you are not happy with the pre0-installed ringtones, or you want to use your own sound file, please  read on.

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Customize Moto E ringtones method 2: Use your own music file on your Moto E as Moto E ringtones

If you want to use the music/sound files that are already saved (e.g., downloaded or recorded) in your Moto E, you can easily use them as your Moto E ringtones.

But before you can proceed to use these files as your ringtones, you need install a free app called ES File Explorer File Manger. If you haven’t install it yet, please follow our guide to install this app to your Moto E from Play Store.

Once the app is installed, when you tap the Settings–Sound–Phone ringtone, you can tap ES File Explorer–Just Once as shown below.

Then navigate to the sound/music  file (e.g., mp3, m4a..) Tap the music file and the the file will be used as your new Moto E ringtone. The interface will close automatically and you will return to Settings-Sound page.

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Customize Moto E ringtones method 3: Use your own music file on your PC as Moto E ringtones

You can also use the music file in your PC to customize Moto E ringtone. To use this method, you need a USB cable to connect your Moto E to the PC.

Once you connect your Moto E to the PC using an USB cable, the phone should be recognized automatically and is identified as XT102X as shown below.

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Click the Ringtones folder, you should find the 3 pre-installed music files (ogg format) as shown below.

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Now, you can copy any music files to this Ringtones folder.

You may get a warning messaging as shown below when you copy some formats of the  music file, e.g., mp3 file. Most of the time, it is safe to ignore this message. So, you check “Do this for all files”, then click Yes to copy.

Once the files are copied to Ringtones folder, they should automatically appear in the ringtone list!

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Now, in your Moto E, go to Settings–Sound–Phone ringtone, you can select the copied file as your new Moto E ringtone as method 1!

If you have ES File Explorer installed, you need tap Media Storage–Just one. Then select the music. Tap OK to change your Moto E ringtone immediately.

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Do you have any questions on customizing Moto E ringtone?

If you have problems or questions on how to customize Moto E ringtone, please leave your questions in the comment box below.

More how-to guides , tips and tricks for using Moto E are available at Moto E how-to guides page.

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How to manage files on Moto E with ES File Explorer File Manager? http://motoeguide.com/moto-e-guides/manage-files-moto-e-es-file-explorer-file-manager/ http://motoeguide.com/moto-e-guides/manage-files-moto-e-es-file-explorer-file-manager/#comments Wed, 28 May 2014 12:37:47 +0000 http://motoeguide.com/?page_id=95 Moto E is simple to use. But there is one missed app in Moto E: a native file manager. This happens to Moto G and Moto X as well. So, you have two ways to manage files on Moto E: Connecting your Moto E to a PC with a USB cable so that you can […]

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Moto E is simple to use. But there is one missed app in Moto E: a native file manager. This happens to Moto G and Moto X as well.

So, you have two ways to manage files on Moto E:

  1. Connecting your Moto E to a PC with a USB cable so that you can manage files on Moto E from your PC
  2. Using a third-party file manager app to manage files on Moto E.

This guide will show you how to use one of the best free file manager app, ES File Explorer File Manager, to manage files on Moto E.

Why ES File Explorer File Manager?

ES File Explorer File Manager is probably the best (arguable) third-party file manager for Android.  It is a full featured file explorer and manager. Actually, the app has so many features and functions that very few users use all features.

Not just managing files on Moto E, ES File Explorer File Manager can also work as cloud storage client (compatible with Dropbox, Google Drive, SkyDrive, Box.net, Sugarsync, Yandex, Amazon S3, Ubuntu One and more), a FTP client, and a LAN Samba client.

Although packed with so many features, the app is very simple to use for new users.

Equally important, there are no ads for this free app.

How to install ES File Explorer File Manager on Moto E?

You ca get ES File Explorer File Manager for free from Play store.

In your Moto E home screen, tap Play Store icon. In Play Store app, tap the search icon to search for ES File Explorer, as shown below. Then tap the ES File Explorer File Manager.

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Now you are in the detailed info page for the app. Tap “Install” to install this app.

Of course, before this app (ES File Explorer File Manager) is installed in your Moto E, you are alerted for the permissions this app requests.

You can review the permission for this app. If you feel uncomfortable with the permissions, you can choose not to install it. For apps with good reputation, like, ES File Explorer, you don’r worry about the permissions. But for some unknown apps, or apps with poor rating, you’d be careful.

Anyway, you need tap “accept” to proceed to the installation.

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Once the installation is finished, you can find out the options in the app detailed info page is “Open” or “Uninstall” .

By default, once you install a new app in Moto E from the Play Store, the app (actually a shortcut) will be added to Moto E home screen. Of course, you can turn off this feature in Play store settings.

You can quickly launch the app from home screen without checking the app drawer.

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How to configure ES File Explorer File Manager on Moto E?

If you open ES File Explorer File Manager the first time, after showing some tutorials, the app will start with your internal storage as the home directory.

Also, there are  default bluetooth share path, and default download directory in ES File Explorer File Manager.

You can customize all these default directories.

How to configure home directory on Moto E?

Normally, after you insert a SD card to your Moto E, you want to manage files in both internal storage and the SD card.

Although it is possible to manually navigate around the Moto E file system, a good default home directory can make file managing faster.

Step 1: Start the ES File Explorer File Manager by tapping the icon in home screen.

Step 2: Tap the fast access button as shown below. Then tap the settings button.

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Step 3. Tap Directory settings, then tap Home directory as shown below.

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Step 4: tap the “^” button , then navigate to /Storage folder as shown below.

Tap OK to set current folder as the default home directory.

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Next time , when you start ES File Explorer File Manager, it will start with /Storage folder so that you can quickly access both internal storage and external SD card.

Please note, in Moto E, the sdcard or sdcard0 means the internal storage. Your external microSD card is always named as sdcard1.

How to manage files on Moto E with ES File Explorer File Manager?

It is very simple and intuitive to manage file on Moto E with ES File Explorer File Manager.

To copy/move/delete a file, tap and hold the file. The file will be selected and the app enters into selection mode. You can tap any other files to make the selection.

Once you select all files, you can use the traditional copy, cut, delete, and rename buttons in the bottom.

Alternatively, you can tap the more button to get more functions, including sharing, sending, compressing…. This usually works faster. For example, you can choose Copy to then select the folders. This is faster than tapping copy button, then navigating to the destination folder.

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Do you have any questions on managing files on Moto E?

Please leave a comment if you have  problems or questions on how to manage files on Moto E with ES File Explorer File Manager.

More how-to guides , tips and tricks for using Moto E are available at Moto E how-to guides page.

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Motorola Alert Guide http://motoeguide.com/motorola-alert-guide/ http://motoeguide.com/motorola-alert-guide/#comments Sun, 25 May 2014 09:27:40 +0000 http://motoeguide.com/?p=66 Motorola Alert  is currently exclusive to Moto E Being cheap does not mean low quality. I think as a Moto E owner, you already understand this. To make your Moto E even sweeter, Motorola just released Motorola Alert app for Moto E, and this app is currently exclusive to Moto E! Of course, the app […]

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Motorola Alert  is currently exclusive to Moto E

Being cheap does not mean low quality. I think as a Moto E owner, you already understand this.

To make your Moto E even sweeter, Motorola just released Motorola Alert app for Moto E, and this app is currently exclusive to Moto E! Of course, the app will be compatible with Moto X and Moto G in the future.

What is Motorola Alert?

Motorola Alert  is an extremely useful emergency alert app that lets you quickly alert people important to you when you need them,  for example, when you are in danger.

Once  Motorola alert is enabled in your Moto E, it will begin sending periodic notifications with your location to the people you designate so they can act fast to give you the help you need. This means Motorola Alert  may also be used as a  tracking tool.

Motorola Alert allows you:

  • to send emergency message with your location info;
  • to turn your Moto E into an emergency alarm (it is really loud; please don’t test it in office);
  • to dial an emergency number automatically;
  • to send your current location periodically;
  • to send out alerts to meet you at  your current location.

The designated contacts will receive the SMS/MMS. You can broadcast the info to several contacts. Of course, you need designate the contacts when you setup the app.

You can also change the list of designated contacts later.

Why Motorola Alert can save your life?

Motorola Alert is primarily an emergency alert app. Whenever you feel you are in an unsafe environment, or you need some help urgently,  the persons you trusted can receive the alert immediately and may provide the help you need.

As the alert message includes the location info, your contacts can easily locate you. Very often, when you are in danger, you may have problem to explain your whereabouts. The location info in the alert message can be extremely useful.

How to setup Motorola Alert?

Motorola Alert is NOT pre-loaded in Moto E.  You have to open your Play store to  search and install the app.  If you are reading this post, you can follow this link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.motorola.bodyguard.

Once installed the Motorola Alert app from the Play store, you can then start the app to setup the app.

Step 1: Agree the terms

In the start screen, tap “Get started”.  Then you have to agree some terms and privacy policy on using this app, as shown  below. if you want to use this app, you have to agree the terms and grant the access for the app. Otherwise, the app won’t work and you cannot proceed to the setup.

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Once you agree the terms and privacy policy for Motorola Alert, the setup will proceed to setup the designated contacts.

Step 2: Designate contact and emergency number

You need designate at least one contact to receive the alert messages. This contact must be added to your address book (People app) before you can select it.

You just type the name and the app will lookup it from People app in your Moto E.  All these contacts will receive the alert messages.

Once finished, tap Next to designate one emergency contact. The emergency contact is for phone calling in case of emergency. Because Moto E can only dial one number at any given time, you need specify only one emergency contact in Motorola Alert.

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Now, if you want to make an emergency call, you have two choices:

  1.  to dial this emergency contact, or
  2. to dial local emergency number

In Motorola Alert app, you need specify one of them during setup stage. Remember when you are in panic, you have no time to do selections.

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Step 3: Select emergency mode actions

Once you declare the emergency mode, in addition to send out the text messages to the designated contacts, you can also choose one additional action:

  1. None. Only alert messages are sent.
  2. Auto-dial the emergency number you specified in the previous step.
  3. Trigger the sound alarm. This is useful when you need attentions from persons nearby. The siren is very loud, so don’t test it in your office.

How to use Motorola Alert?

Motorola Alert can send 3 types of alerts (emergency, follow me, meet me) to the designated contacts currently in Moto E. Tap one of the icons will trigger the corresponding alert.

Each alert has its own message template.  You can adjust them for your taste.

In addition, Motorola Alert also has a “stay connected ” non-emergency feature to automatically share your locations with some of your emergency contact.

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Let’s explore them one by one.

How to use Emergency alert in  Motorola Alert?

When you need immediate help, you may tap Emergency in Motorola Alert app as shown above.

Once emergency alert is triggered, the emergency alert messages will be sent out to the designated contacts in 5 seconds.  Before you cancel the emergency mode, the messages will be sent out every 5 mins by default  (you can configure this frequency, read on).

The alert message, by default, will look like:

I’m in danger.

Location: XXXXX

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From Motorola Alert

Once you cancel the emergency mode, a “I’m safe” message will be sent to your designated emergency contacts.

In addition to the emergency alert messages, if you want, you can choose one more action: triggering the alarm or dial the emergency number immediately as shown below.

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To cancel the emergency alert, you can either:

  • Tap the “^” button in the right side of Emergency mode info, as shown above, then you tap cancel button.
  • In the notification area, tap cancel as shown below.

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How to use Follow Me alert in Motorola Alert?

Follow me mode in Motorola Alert allows you to update your location to the emergency contacts periodically. You can use this alert to track kids who are going out for camping for example.

Unlike emergency alert, this alert allows you to select recipients from the emergency contact list. So, it will not broadcast to all persons in the emergency contact.

Of course, you can specify the update frequency, and the message text as shown below.

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How to use Meet Me alert in Motorola Alert ?

Meet me mode in Motorola alert allows you to send out the request to meet you at your current location. You can customize the text message and the recipient.

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How to use stay connected (location sharing) feature in Motorola Alert?

Stay connected feature in Motorola Alert allows you to share your location with some emergency contacts when you reach or leave some  pre-defined locations (e.g., home, office, school…; up to 5).

This is not an emergency alert. Rather, it updates your location for your loved ones so that they know your whereabouts.

To use this feature, you need define the locations (up to 5)  important to you and your contacts.   You can do this (as shown below):

  1. in the Motorola Alert main interface, tap  “give peace of mind by sharing your location with friends and family”
  2. from Motorola Alert-Places.

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Once at least one place is defined, you can turn on and off location sharing as shown below.

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How to change settings of Motorola Alert?

After you setup Motorola Alert in Moto E, you can change the settings  later on.

Start Motorola Alert app, tap menu key (3 vertical dots in the top left). You can find all settings there.

You can define locations, designate people to your emergency contacts.

Tap Settings. You can then customize/change the emergency alert settings, including the message, location updating frequency, emergency number and the additional actions.

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Can I get Motorola Alert on Moto G and Moto X?

Motorola Alert currently is exclusive to Moto E. But Motorolas has promised to bring this app for Moto X and Moto G in a few weeks time.

So, if Google play says the Motorola Alert is not  compatible with your Moto G or Moto X,  it means this app is not ready for other devices yet.

Hopefully, by June/July, you will be able to install Motorola Alert on Moto G and Moto X (in addition to Moto E).

 Do you have any questions or problems with Motorola Alert on your Moto E?

Please leave your questions or problems in the comment box below. We will try to answer

More how-to guides , tips and tricks for using Moto E are available at Moto E how-to guides page.

 

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How to enable and access Moto E developer options? http://motoeguide.com/moto-e-guides/enable-developer-options-moto-e/ http://motoeguide.com/moto-e-guides/enable-developer-options-moto-e/#comments Sun, 18 May 2014 08:39:50 +0000 http://motoeguide.com/?page_id=56 Most Moto E owners needn’t  access developer options most of the time. But occasionally, you may need to enable developer options to test some apps, or to run some ADB commands, or to try some monitoring tools. The most commonly used feature in developer option is enabling the USB debugging. Of course, you cannot find the  the […]

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Most Moto E owners needn’t  access developer options most of the time.

But occasionally, you may need to enable developer options to test some apps, or to run some ADB commands, or to try some monitoring tools.

The most commonly used feature in developer option is enabling the USB debugging.

Of course, you cannot find the  the developer options on Moto E.

This guide shows you how to enable and use developer options on Moto E.

Moto E Developer options was hidden by Android (or Google), not by Motorola

Since Android Jelly Bean 4.2, the developer options were hidden by default  in all Android phones. So, for all  Android phones with Jelly Bean 4.2 or later versions, you cannot find the developer options by default

The main purpose of hiding the developer options is to avoid the accidentally enabling of these options.

Some developer options, if not fully understood, may make your phone useless if you enable them accidently. There are many reports on such accidents.

So, be calm down. It is normal if you cannot find developer options in your Moto E.

How to enable Moto E developer options?

To enable and access developer options on Moto E, you can simply follow these steps:

  1. tap Moto E developer options-enabling
  2. Tap Settings
  3. Tap  About phone
  4. Tap the Build number field 7 times.  You will begin seeing a message as you approach the 7 touches as shown below.

 

  1. Tap the back arrow once complete.

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Now you enabled developer options on Moto E!  You can start to access Moto E developer options.

On Moto E, you only need enable the developer options once. Once unhidden, it will be always available unless you perform a factory reset for the phone.

How to  access Moto E developer options?

Once Moto E  developer options are enabled, you can access all the options in Settings–Developer options. For example, you can easily find the USB debugging option.

Please note, you should enable the options only when you fully understand them.

When you finish your debugging, it is a good practice to disable/turn off  the Moto E developer options immediately. You can  tap developer options under settings, then drag it to left to disable/turn off  the Moto E developer options. This will avoid any accidental operations.

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Can I hide Moto E developer options again?

The short answer is no. As mentioned earlier, once the Moto E developer options are unhidden, it will always be available in the user interface.

You can turn off/disable developer options on Moto E by drag the switch to left. but, you cannot hide it again unless you perform a factory reset.

Do you have any problems to enable and access the Moto E developer options?

Please let us know your questions/problems in the comment box below.

More how-to guides , tips and tricks for using Moto E are available at Moto E how-to guides page.

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How to take screenshot on Moto E? http://motoeguide.com/moto-e-guides/take-screenshot-moto-e/ http://motoeguide.com/moto-e-guides/take-screenshot-moto-e/#comments Sat, 17 May 2014 12:05:42 +0000 http://motoeguide.com/?page_id=42 If you are new to Android, you probably are not aware of  that  it is very simple to take screenshot on Moto E. How to take screenshot on Moto E? To take a screenshot for Moto E,  you simply press and hold both the Power and Volume down key simultaneously for about  three seconds. You should hear the camera shutter sound once the […]

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moto-e-how-to-take-screenshotIf you are new to Android, you probably are not aware of  that  it is very simple to take screenshot on Moto E.

How to take screenshot on Moto E?

To take a screenshot for Moto E,  you simply press and hold both the Power and Volume down key simultaneously for about  three seconds. You should hear the camera shutter sound once the screenshot is taken.

The most important requirement is “simultaneously”.

If you press and hold power key too early, you get power options, instead of taking screenshots.

If you press and hold volume down key too early, you get volume adjust screen and decrease the volume.

In practice, you can press and hold power key  “slightly” earlier than pressing the volume down key, because power option will be triggered slower  than the volume adjust screen.

Where are the screenshots saved after taking screenshot on Moto E?

The screenshot is always save in the internal storage of your Moto E.

You can check the screenshots from Gallery app–screenshots.

You can edit the screenshot  as normal photos using the Gallery app or Google+ Photos app.

In the Gallery or Photos App, you can also share the screenshot as normal photos to many apps, for example, email, sms, or Google drive.

Why I cannot take screenshot on Moto E?

This method is the standard method to take screenshot on almost all Android phones (without physical home buttons).

It should work on your Moto E.

If you get volume adjusting screen or power options, it means the timing of pressing the two keys is not good.  You need practise it a while.

Once you get you screenshot, you will find it is actually so easy to take screenshot in Moto E.

Are there any other methods to take screenshot on Moto E?

There are a few other methods  of taking screenshot on Moto E:

  • Use an app. Most of such apps require rooted Moto E.
  • Use Android Debug Bridge (ADB)  shell command (adb shell screencap ) from a PC.
  • Use the monitors.bat (under tools folder) in Android SDK from a PC.

Of course, the last two methods requires that you enable the developer options.

Do you have any problems to take screenshot on Moto E?

Please let us know your question or problem in the comment box below.

For more guides, tips and tricks of using Moto E, please check our Moto E How-to Guides page.

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