Moto Z and Moto Z Force: First 10 Things You Should Do

...

With Moto Z reviews out of the way and the July 28 release day quickly approaching, our focus on both the Z and Z Force will now turn to helping you get the most out of each, assuming you plan to buy one or the other. To kick off the next series of posts, we wanted to start off with something we’ve been doing for all flagships recently, and that’s by offering up the first 10 things you should do upon receiving the Moto Z DROID or Moto Z Force DROID.

In this clip, we’ll walk you through using the fingerprint reader, Moto’s app suite (Display, Voice, and Actions), choosing a new launcher, disabling bloatware, firing up WiFi Calling, and even helping you pick a Moto Mod or two. 

Anything else you want to know? Feel free to drop those questions in the comments below, as our tips and tricks video is next.

Categories
E-COMMERCE
0 Comment

Leave a Reply

Captcha image


RELATED BY

  • 5300c769af79e

    Solar Impulse 2: 11 Images From Its Awe-Inspiring Journey

    The two pilots handling Solar Impulse 2 have been doing exactly that.Its 236-foot wingspan is covered with solar panels, allowing Solar Impulse 2 to generate all the power its four electric propeller engines need for flight.
  • 5300c769af79e

    Instagram Lands on Windows 10 Tablets

    The free app is now in Microsoft's App Store and includes all major features like Stories, direct messages, and the Explore feed.Those who are new to Instagram can create an account online or in the app; everyone else can simply sign in with their username and password.
  • 5300c769af79e

    Amazon Music Unlimited Now Streaming

    Prime members already paying the $99 annual subscription fee can tap into the ad-free Music Unlimited for a discounted $7.Unless you own an Amazon Echo, Dot, or Tap, that is.
  • 5300c769af79e

    Silicon Valley Reels From Trump Shock

    25 million to Trump in the midst of the furor over the candidate's Access Hollywood comments about women.William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board, telling President Obama that he could not serve Trump's presidency in any capacity.