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Solutions for the most recurring Moto X Play issues

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1. Problem with calls with Moto X Play

Several users reported problems with calls with Moto X Play. The user listens perfectly to the call, but the person on the other line hears nothing unless the call is made by speakerphone. This issue seems to be present among devices that have been upgraded to Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

Solution

Our reader @Paulo Drea says it has solved the problem with the HF Button Widget app, which uses the headset to activate your Moto X Play sound system. The app has very good reviews on the Play Store and it really seems to work. However, until the end of this agenda, we could not test the application, so we do not guarantee its effectiveness. But you can try by downloading the app here:




HF Button Widget (<= KitKat)
Install on Google Play

The second option, unfortunately, is to take the device for service, as this can be a manufacturing problem.

2. Screen rotation issue in some applications

Some users are reporting issues with screen rotation in certain applications. In these cases, the display rotates horizontally sometimes and the app remains stuck in portrait format. Restarting the device may resolve these issues, although this solution may be temporary in most cases.

Solution

If you are experiencing this problem, restart the device in safe mode by pressing the power button, and then press and hold Power off. Click OK when Restart in Safe Mode appears. If the problem persists on restarting, go to the applications installed on the devices and remove applications that were installed days or hours before the problem arose. Often an application with suspicious behavior can interfere with system operation.

Also consider a Factory Reset if these two alternatives do not solve your problem. Find everything about how to get the system back to its factory setting at the link below:

3. Problems recognizing "Ok Google" command

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Moto X Play has problems with the command "Ok Google" (in the image the Moto X Style). / ANDROIDPIT
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<p>Setting up voice control that enables Google Now can be a bit tricky on Moto X Play. Many users are encountering a microphone error message. The pop-up indicates that the device's microphone cannot be used whenever the user attempts to record a new custom phrase in the Moto app. Restarting the phone is not the best alternative for this case.</p>
<h3>Solution</h3>
<p>There is an incompatibility between Moto Voice and Google Now, especially when both are enabled on the device. Here's how it works: If Google Now is enabled on your device, Moto Voice doesn't work very well. This is because both services use the device's microphone simultaneously, and this versatility is not well conducted on Moto X Play.</p>
<p>We recommend that you choose only one voice service, in which case we indicate that this is Google Now. Moto Voice is nothing more than Google services but with the ability to customize the initial activation command. Make sure through the Google Now settings if the language you set for the service is Brazilian Portuguese, as this may also interfere with system usability.</p>
<h2>4. Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity issues</h2>
<p>Problems with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth are common on new devices. Therefore, if you are having trouble receiving the Moto X Play's Wi-Fi signal or Bluetooth connectivity, follow the steps below to resolve this issue.</p>
<h3>Wi-Fi Solution</h3>
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<li>Turn off your device and Wi-Fi router for at least 15 seconds;</li>
<li>When you turn on both devices, go to the "Battery" settings and make sure power save mode is off;</li>
<li>Go to the available Wi-Fi networks, tap the desired network and click "Forget";</li>
<li>Retype the password for this desired connection and try connecting again;</li>
<li>Still in the Wi-Fi settings select "Advanced" and check if the MAC filter is accessible to the router.</li>
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<h3>Bluetooth solution</h3>
<p>If you are having trouble connecting with your car's Bluetooth, we recommend you consult the vehicle manufacturer's manual. If your problem is with connectivity between other devices, be sure to delete all previous pairings and set them up again. Problems with the Bluetooth modem and future system updates may correct.</p>
<h2>5. Device does not recognize microSD card</h2>
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Some users are having trouble reading the microSD card on Moto X Play. Check out the solution to this problem below.

Solution

Motorola recommends using a class 6 or higher microSD card. Therefore, if you are reusing the memory card from an older device, make sure it is not class 4 or lower. Changing the card may solve this problem, however, be sure to apply the warranty if the problem is really with the device hardware.

6. Performance or overheating issues

It is normal for problems to occur with Moto X Play software during use, even though the device's OS is virtually pure. However, some users have encountered overheating problems when the device is performing simple tasks such as social networking, for example.

Solution

The Snapdragon 615 that packs the Moto X Play is a very competent processor, so these performance issues are probably related to the device software. Thus, a future software update may resolve Moto X Play performance issues.

To ease choking during system operation, we recommend that you reduce the animation time of system transitions or disable them through the developer panel. For this, see the complete guide with all the tips and tricks below:

As for overheating, apps with dubious functionality can be the big problem. Start the device in safe mode and observe if the problem persists. Consider uninstalling recent apps and keep watching if the problem persists.

7. Plug Charging Problems

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Get Moto X Play under warranty if problems persist. / ANDROIDPIT
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<p>Here are two issues reported by Moto X Play users: Charging becomes slow at times and the battery level gets stuck at a certain percentage. Here are some tips for solving these problems.</p>
<h3>Solution</h3>
<p>There is a misconception among users of the device about the power of chargers sent by Motorola. Moto X Play has the 15W power Turbo Charger in the box, unlike the same 25W power charger found in Moto X Style and Moto X Force. Therefore, the loading speed is only slightly higher than other chargers on the market. So, don't expect your device to be half charged in 30 minutes.</p>
<p>Regarding the battery level, this problem can be temporarily resolved by restarting in safe mode. However, this issue may be software related, and should be resolved later with new updates. Consider taking the device still under warranty to a Motorola store or kiosk. The addresses you can check out in the article below:</p>
<h3>Do you own a Moto x Style? Has your device experienced any of these problems? Tell us about it.</h3>
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