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Motorola Moto G7 keeps disconnecting from WiFi. Here’s the fix.

Some owners of the Motorola Moto G7 have been complaining because their phones reportedly started having network-related issues. Among the most common is that the device keeps disconnecting from the WiFi network that, of course, will result in disruption of many services and functions. While this problem is pretty annoying, it’s not really that difficult

What to do if your Motorola Moto G7 is running slow

While the Motorola Moto G7 isn’t as fast as the flagship devices, it should still be able to execute user’s commands without problems and responds smoothly. Some owners of the device, however, complained that their phones are now running slow or have a sluggish performance. Performance-related issues are common and, in fact, normal because we

Facebook keeps crashing on Motorola Moto G7. Here’s the fix.

When a popular app like Facebook keeps crashing on a smartphone like the Moto Moto G7, the problem could be with just the app. But then, there’s always a possibility that it’s an issue with the firmware since Facebook comes as a pre-installed application on the Moto G7. You need to troubleshoot your phone to

How to unfreeze a frozen Motorola Moto G7. The real fix.

When a phone gets frozen or stuck on a certain screen while you’re using it, or when the phone powered down by itself and would no longer respond after that, you can always expect it to be an issue with the firmware; a system crash. That is if your phone doesn’t have any signs of

Motorola Moto G7 won’t connect to WiFi. Here’s the fix.

Any smartphone should be able to connect to a WiFi network unless there’s really an issue with the hardware. However, some owners of the Motorola Moto G7 have been complaining because their units won’t connect to the network they used to connect. This could be a problem with the firmware of the phone, or just

Motorola Moto G7 Reset Guides: How to hard reset your Moto G7

When you encounter issues with your new Motorola Moto G7 and you think it’s a firmware or software-related problem but you don’t know where to look, you can always reset your device to bring it back to its factory default settings. Most of the time, a reset will fix any firmware issue no matter how