Talk Android Weekly Recap: July 24 – August 1, 2015


We’re just wrapping up another exciting week at Talk Android! OnePlus announced the OnePlus Two, which has been met with much controversy. Motorola revealed a bunch of new devices and accessories: the Moto X Style, Moto X Play, Moto G, and a handful of Bluetooth headsets. Despite a successfully funded IndieGoGo campaign, the YotaPhone 2 will not be coming to the United States, and Google has indefinitely delayed the Android M Developer Preview 3.

Hopefully you didn’t miss out on any of these awesome stories. If you did, be sure to hit the break to catch up on all the latest happenings in Android!

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How to factory reset your Android device


When experiencing technical difficulties, you may be only a factory set away from seeing improvements. For example, with my LG G3, I was having issues with audio levels during phone calls and a factory reset fixed it right up.

Doing a factory reset doesn’t always provide a fix; however, it’s usually the first thing customer support will tell you to do in trying to get your device in working order. That said, it’s the best course of action before taking any other steps. And we’re going to show you a couple of the best processes to employ a factory reset on your device.

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Here’s where you can buy the Moto G (2015)


Motorola has made great strides with its Moto G series, somehow packing low-end specs into the device while making it as fast as a Samsung Galaxy S6 or even the Nexus 6. It’s truly impressive, and it’s hard to pass up at its low price point, starting at $189.99 for the 8GB model.

Interestingly, the Moto G was the only device that immediately became available to buy right after Motorola’s three-way event in London, New York City, and São Paulo. If you’re interested in picking one up yourself, we’ve put together a list of retailers where you can buy the new Moto G, at least as far as United States availability goes.

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Check out this dope Motorola Moto G photo gallery


Motorola announced the Moto X Style, Moto X Play, and Moto G yesterday, but the Moto G was the only device to become immediately available after the event. Despite being priced lower and it being a mid-range device, it has a gorgeous design and fits in your hand just right.

Motorola does extremely well at making elegant devices, and the Moto G is no exception. Hit the break to check out this awesome photo gallery of Motorola’s latest mid-range handset.

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