Motorola Moto X User Manual & Get Started Guide (AT&T/ Verizon/ Global)

You want to see the first collaboration device after Google acquired Motorola Mobility in 2011? The Moto X is the answer, the one that we gonna talk about and share its User Manual and Getting Started Guide (UM/UG & GSG). You can called this phone as Google Moto X or Motorola Moto X. That should be refer to the same device.

Motorola Moto X Phone Overview

Motorola Moto X Phone Overview: Woven Black and Woven White Casing

Moto X is designed by Motorola with touch-bar form factor at the display screen size 4.7-inch. It uses AMOLED capacitive touchscreen with 720 x 1280 pixels resolution, 16M colors, and Corning Gorilla Glass scratch protection. The unique design of Moto X is on the replaceable casing with 18 color options (first release) for the back panel. The variety of the back panel casing color, including wooden style, steel style, and others would be added later for more colors. The front panel, though, only has two option for black and white colors.

Motorola Moto X User Manual & Get Started Guide Resume

Take a look for a while on the picture that we embedded below. You can learn by just watch it under 2 minutes what the looks like of Motorola Moto X including the features and keys/buttons available on the device. From the Power key, Recent Apps, Home, NFC Antenna, LED Battery indicator and more. If the explanation shown on the picture is not enough, you can go to page 4 of the User Guide (User Manual) of Moto X, which is available on PDF format.

Motorola Moto X  User Manual & GSG Keys Parts & Homescreen Overview

Motorola Moto X User Manual & GSG Keys Parts & Homescreen Overview

To learn how to use the Bluetooth wireless features such as to turn it on/off, tu pair with other device, or to find the tutorial how to use the Wi-Fi network on Moto X, you can read the Manual at page 51 and 52. If you continue reading the page 53 to page 57, you can find another connection features guidance such as using the USB cable, NFC, using data from your carrier, VPN, cloud storage, and more.

There is a unique tool inside the Moto X that you might never seen before, especially if you never use any Motorola smartphone. It’s called as Motoroal Assist. This a a tools that would help you a lot of things. From driving and navigating your route, scheduling your meeting, search any help, call your colleague, and more. See a quick glance about this at page 23 of the User Guide of Moto X by Motorola.

For tutorial to Hard Reset your device (via Settings > Privacy > Factory Data Reset > Reset Phone), tutorial to Encrypt the Moto X, SIM lock, Screen Lock, you can go to page 57 to page 60 on the UM. If you want advanced and details guidance you might not find it on the User Guide of this phone. You better explore your self or search with Google.

If you see a blank page, just Reload your browser.

Motorola Moto X Specifications

Because Motorola belongs to Google, without any doubt, the Moto X runs on Android Operating System. The current version of Android OS installed on Moto X is Android Jelly Bean version 4.2.2.

Motorola Moto X  Google Smartphone Overview

Motorola Moto X Google Smartphone Overview

With 4.7″ AMOLED (RGB) display that has HD 720p resolution, the MOTO X display is framed on the 65.3mm width and 129.4mm height with the curved on its thickness (5.7 – 10.4 millimeter). It is about 5.09 x 2.57 x 0.41 inch, (H x W x D) If it measured with Lithium-ion 2200mAh battery, the weight of Moto X is about 130 grams or about 4.59 ounces

Depend on the carrier, the Moto X supports 2G GSM, 3G HSDPA, and also 4G LTE. In US, you can get the phone with AT&T, Verizon, and also Sprint Carrier. Specially for Verizon, the phone supports CDMA200 1xEV-Do andl uses 4G LTE700 Mhaz Class 13. For AT&T it supports HSDPA 850/ 900 / 1900 / 2100 Mhz frequencies. The SIM for Moto X uses Nano-SIM type.

For the hardware specifications, the Moto X runs on dual-core 1.7GHz Krait CPU (processor) with the help of Qualcomm MSM8960 Pro Snapdragon chipset and Adreno 320 GPU. It has 2GB RAM for the memory. The internal storage for Moto X is 16GB and 32GB; It’s optional. The higher storage, you’ll need to pay in higher dollar too. There is no external memory slot you can use.

For entertainment features, there is no FM Radio installed on the Moto X, but you’ll forget it whenever you have Video or Music Player or you can install Online Radio Station from Google Play Store. The Camera on the rear panel as a main camera with LED flash is equipped with 10Megapixel camera with 1.4 µm pixel size sensor. It has auto-focus, touch focus and other common Android camera feature. It able to record HD 1080p@30fps with Stereo Sound video recording. On the front, you have 2MP camera.

THere is Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Wi-FI hotspot (portable router via smartphone), DLNA, Bluetooth v4.0, NFC, andmicroUSB v2.0 (MHL) support USB Host for the USB hight speed cable connection.

Table of Contents of Motorola Moto X User Manual & Get Started Guide

Check it out
At a glance
Home screen & apps
Control & customize
Photos & videos
Play Music
Play Books
Locate & navigate
Connect & transfer
Want more?
Safety, Regulatory & Legal

Motorola Moto X User Manual & Get Started Guide PDF Download

On page 6 of The User Manual and also on page 1 of Getting Started Guide of Motorola Moto X, you can find the same picture as we shown below. It’s the tutorial to insert the SIM card and also charge / power on the battery.

Motorola Moto X  User Manual & GSG Tutorial to Insert SIM, Charge and Power On Battery

Motorola Moto X User Manual & GSG Tutorial to Insert SIM, Charge and Power On Battery

Ready to download? Just follow the links below. For AT&T and Sprint please use the Global version of the Manual.

Sponsored Links:


  1. c says

    How do you answer the phone? I unlock it by sliding my finger from the locked position to the unlocked position.

    Could it be that the volume is too low?

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

You may use these HTML tags and attributes: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>