For A Dead battery MotoG
- Plug it into the charger
- Hold the VOL DOWN key
- While still holding the VOL DOWN key, press and hold the POWER key
- Hold both keys down for over 120 seconds. This is more than two minutes and will seem like a long time. You might want to time yourself to make sure you hold it longer than two minutes.
- After holding the keys down for more than two minutes, release them.
- The Flash Boot screen will display, and the Normal Reboot option will be highlighted
- Press the VOL UP key and the device will start a normal reboot.
MotoG Android 4.4 Recovery
- First, power off your device.
- Now press and hold the Power and Volume Down buttons for 3 seconds and release. If your execution was perfect, you will now find yourself inFastboot Mode. You should see an Android, lying down, with its front side open. The text options you see will be in blue and pixelated. In this mode, you press the Volume Down button to navigate between the options and Volume Up button to select an option.
- Now, press the Volume Down button once, so that “Recovery” is highlighted. Select it by pressing the Volume Up button.
- You should now be greeted with the Motorola logo splash screen — the same one that you see when you boot your phone up normally — after which you will see a black screen. After a few seconds, you will see the aforementioned dead Android with a red exclamation mark. Originally, in Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, several options would also appear, in blue, pixelated text, but now, after upgrading to Android 4.4 KitKat, you have to perform one extra step — step 5 — to get those options.
- So now, press and hold the Volume Up button for 15 seconds, at which point press and then immediately release the Power button along with the Volume Up button. The recovery options should appear instantly.
Clear Android Cache
Turn off your device.
Press and hold Power and volume down buttons simultaneously until you see a large arrow at the top of your screen.
Press the volume down button repeatedly until you see “Recovery” in the arrow.
Select it by pressing the power button.
You’ll see an android mascot with a red triangle and exclamation mark.
Hold down the power and press the volume up button once and then release the power button.
Press the volume down button repeatedly to select “erase or wipe the cache partition” from the list of options.
Wait for the process to complete and then restart your device.