After the success of the Moto G, Motorola launched its next smart phone, the Moto E, on the market and this smart phone is not only packed with attractive features, but also available at an attractive and affordable price. The phone is well-built and designed; the weight is 142g, which is little heavier for a handset of 124.8 x 64.8 x 12.3 mm. However, once you use it, will get used to it. The 5MP camera is another interesting feature of this smart phone with which you can capture good-quality photos. However, there are also some issues with the Moto E. Apart from problems with the Moto E overheating, Random reboots problem on Moto E is one of the most irritating problems that a lot of users have experienced. The phone turns itself off suddenly, and then turns itself back on again.
If you also are facing the random reboots problem on Moto E, here are some steps you can take to fix the problem.
See Also- Solution of rebooting problem on Moto G
Potential solutions for random reboots problem on Moto E
Random Reboots Problem On Moto E
1. The random reboots problem is most likely occurring because of an app. To make sure that an app is the culprit, boot your Moto E in Safe Mode. To do that:
> Press the Power button.
> When the menu pops up, tap the Power Off option and hold it. Then tap on Ok.
> If you see that the random reboots problem on Moto E is not occurring in the safe mode, next one of the apps that you have installed on your phone is responsible for the problem.
2. You can delete all the apps from your phone one by one until you figure out which one is the culprit app, or you can perform a factory reset and the reinstall the apps selectively. To perform a factory reset, open Settings on your phone> Backup and reset> Factory data reset, but before following these steps, backup the important data of your phone because performing a factory reset it will remove all the data from your phone.
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