Official Moto E6 User Manual (English)

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User Guide

ContentsCheck it outGet StartedFirst lookInsert the SIM and microSD cardsCharge up & power onSign inConnect to Wi-FiExplore by touchImprove battery lifeLearn the basicsHome screenHelp & moreSearchNotificationsApp notificationsStatus iconsVolumeDo not disturbLock screenQuick settingsSpeakDirect SharePicture-in-PictureCustomize your phoneRedecorate your home screenChoose apps & widgetsCustomize sounds & appearanceDiscover MotoAppsPhoneMessagesChrome CameraPhotosGmailDuoMotoCalendarMore appsGoogle PlayContactsMapsDriveMusic, movies, TV & YouTubeClockConnect, share & syncConnect with Wi-FiConnect with Bluetooth wirelessShare files with your computerShare your data connectionPrintSync to the cloudUse a memory cardAirplane modeMobile networkProtect your phoneScreen lockScreen pinningBackup & restoreYour privacyApp safetyData usageTroubleshoot your phoneRestart or remove an appRestart your phoneCheck for software updateResetStolen phoneAccessibilityCreate a shortcutMake your phone speakSpeak to your phoneChange your phone’s displayChange your phone’s soundsHearing aids (U.S. only)Get more helpWhere is my legal, safety, & regulatoryinformation?Service & repairsCopyright & trademarksCheck it outWhen you’re up and running, explore what your phone can do.TopicLocationFind these fast: Wi-Fi, airplane mode,flashlight, and more.Quick settingsChoose new wallpaper, set ringtones, andadd widgets.Customize your phoneExperience crisp, clear photos, movies,and videos.CameraCustomize your phone to match the wayyou use it.MotoBrowse, shop, and download apps.AppsKeep your info safe. Set up your password Protect your phoneand more.Ask questions, get answers.SpeakShare your Internet connection.Wi-Fi hotspotfrom the home screen andTip: View all of these topics on your phone, swipe upSettings Help. For FAQs, and other phone support, visit product meets the applicable national or international RF exposureguidance (SAR guideline) when used normally against your head or, when wornor carried, at a distance of 5 mm from the body. The SAR guideline includes aconsiderable safety margin designed to assure the safety of all persons, regardless ofage and health.Caution: Before using your phone, please read the Legal information. Swipe upSettings System Legal information.Check it out

Get Startedphone is off, press and hold the Power button to turn it on.First look»» Sleep: To conserve battery power or prevent accidental touches, put the touchscreento sleep by pressing the Power button.Let’s get started. We’ll guide you through startup and tell you a bit about your phone’sfeatures.»» Wake up: Press the Power button again.SpeakerFrontCameraSIM µSDCard Slots(underbackcover)»» Reboot: To reboot your phone, press and hold the Power button, then tap Restart.Tip: To add security to your phone, see Protect your phone.HeadsetJackVolume buttonsBackCameraYour volume buttons can help:»» Ringer volume: Press the buttons when your phone is ringing to silence it.VolumeButtons»» Earpiece volume: Press the buttons during a call.»» Music/video volume: Press the buttons during a song or video.Tip: For more on volume control, see Volume.PowerButtonPress:Display on/off.Press & hold:Phone on/off.USB/ChargerMicrophonePhone hardware buttons: top right are Volume up and down keys, middle right is Power button. Bottom middle is charging port. Top right is headset jack. On screen, top left is front camera, top right is flash. Navigationicons are along the bottom.Note: Certain apps and features may not be available in all countries.Power buttonYour Power button helps in a few ways.»» Power on/off: Press and hold the Power button, then tap Power off. When yourGet Started

Insert the SIM and microSD cardsInsert the SIM card first, then insert an optionalmicroSD card.To activate phone service, you might need to insert a SIM card, or this may have beendone for you. You can also add a microSD card, which is optional and sold separately.Remove the back cover2To insert SIM and memory cards, remove the back cover.1Caution: Don’t use tools to remove the cover—doing so may damage your phone.Take off the back cover.Put your finger in the notch atthe bottom corner of the backcover and pry off the cover.1. SIM(gold contactsfacing down)2. microSD(optional, soldseparately)SIM card insert graphic. After the battery is removed, the SIM card is inserted in the slot on the left with the clipped corner to the upper left. The SDcard is inserted in the rightslotRemove the SIM cardUse the lever on the slot to remove your SIM card.Note: If a microSD card is inserted in your phone, remove it from the upper slot beforetrying to remove the SIM card.Slide the lever( ) on the slotand gently take out the SIMcard.Caution: Do not pull the USB portto remove the back cover.The notch is at the left bottom corner. Put your phone upside down. And pry off the back cover from the notch. Do not pull the USB port to remove the back cover.ack cover removal graphic. Remove the back cover starting at the small opening on the lower left corner [looking at it from the back]. Lift the battery up and out from the bottom.Put in the cardsCaution: Make sure you use the correct size SIM card and don’t cut the SIM card. Don’tuse tools to remove the battery—doing so may damage your phone.Nano SIMUse the lever on the slot to remove your SIM card. If your microSD card is in, take it out first before you remove the SIM card.Get Started

Charge up & power on»» To set up email accounts, see Gmail.Put in the battery and put on the back cover. Press and hold the Power button, thenfollow the prompts to get started.»» For help with your Google account, visit For the best charging experience, use a Motorola charger. Use of other chargers isnot recommended.Connect to Wi-FiFor faster Internet access and to conserve data use, swipe the status bar down. Pressto choose a Wi-Fi network. For full instructions, see Connect with Wi-Fi.and holdNote: This phone supports apps and services that may use a lot of data, so make sureyour data plan meets your needs. Contact your service provider for details.Put in the battery & put on the cover.Explore by touchFind your way around:»» Tap: Choose an icon or option.»» Touch and hold: See more options.»» Drag: Move items on the home screen.Note: Your phone’s battery is user removable.»» Swipe: Scroll through lists or between screens.»» Pinch or double-tap: Zoom in and out on websites, photos, and maps.Charge up & power on.»» Twist: Twist a map with two fingers to rotate it, and pull two fingers down to tilt it.»» Back: Tap Back»» Home: Tap Hometo go to the previous return to the home screen.»» Recents: Tap Recentsto see your recent apps (or browser tabs), and tap an appto reopen it. Double tap to quickly switch between your recent apps. To remove anapp from the recent list, swipe it up. To scroll the list, swipe right or left.Press and hold thePower button untilthe screen lights up.Note: If One Button Nav is active, swipe the on-screen navigation bar right to switchbetween apps. For more on this feature, see Control with one touch.Battery in and power on graphic. Put the battery back in top down first and snap the cover on. After you charge the phone, press and hold the Power button until the screen lights up.Sign inNote: You don’t need to remove apps from Recents for your phone to run efficiently.If you use Gmail , you already have a Google account—if not, you can create anaccount during setup. Signing into your Google account lets you access, sync, andbackup your stuff. You can see your Google apps, contacts, calendar, photos, and more.»» Split screen: In Recents, tap the icon at the top of the screen, then tapSplitscreen. Not all apps will work in split screen. To close the split screen, drag thedividing line to the bottom of the screen.Tips»» Menus: When you see ,screen.»» To add, edit, or delete accounts, swipe up Settings Accounts.Get Started, or, you can tap it to open options for the current

»» Close Keyboard: To close a keyboard, tapLearn the basics.Improve battery lifeYour phone processes tons of information. Depending on what you use, that can take alot of power.When your phone is stationary, not charging, or not in use for a period of time,unnecessary background processes are shut down to optimize battery life.»» To see what’s using up battery power, swipe upDETAILS.»» To help improve battery life, swipe upand turn it on. Home screenThe home screen is what you see when you turn on your phone. From here you canexplore apps and more.Note: Software updates happen frequently, so your screen may look a little different.Settings Battery USAGE773 11:35Settings Battery Battery Saver,Tip: To quickly open Settings, swipe down on the status bar and tapSwipe down fornotifications andsettings.11:35APR3TUE.Battery TipsTo save even more battery life between charges, you could reduce:Search by typing orsay "OK, Google.”»» Widgets that stream information to your home screen, like news or weather.»» Unused accounts: Swipe up Settings Accounts.»» Recording or streaming videos or music.GoogleDuoMotoPhotosPlay StoreSwipe upto seeall your apps.Home screen. At the top, tap the Google bar to type search options or tap the right hand microphone icon to speak a search. Icons at the top show notifications and phone status icons. Swipe up from center bottom toget to your apps. App icons along the bottom are commonly used apps: phone, message, Google Chrome, Gallery, and camera.Tips»» Open app list: Swipe upto see all your apps.»» Return home: To return to the home screen from any location, tap Home.»» Pages: To add a page, drag an app to the right side of the screen until you see a newpage. You can add multiple pages. To see other pages of shortcuts and widgets (ifavailable), swipe the home screen left.»» Settings: To quickly open common settings, swipe the status bar down. To open.more settings, swipe the status bar down again and tapLearn the basics

Notifications»» Customization: To personalize your home screen, see Customize your phone.Help & moreAt the top of the screen, icons on the left notify you about new messages or events. Ifyou don’t know what an icon means, swipe the status bar down for details.Learn even more about your phone and get support.Find it: Swipe up Settings HelpTip: Some apps have their own help that’s specific to their features. Just click the menuinside the app for details.Tip: Getting too many notifications? Touch and hold a notification to see which app issending them to you. Then you can turn them off.Tue, Apr 3Swipe down to seeyour notifications.SearchOn the home screen, tap the Google Search box for a text search or tapvoice.When you type, suggestions appear below the search field:»» To search for a suggestion, tap it.Android SetupTap a notification to open it,or choose an option, such asREPLY.Finish setting up your phone.FINISH SETUPDrive · Anna Pics»» To search for text in the search field, tapTip: To close the keyboard, tapto search byon the keyboard.Note: For more on voice search, see Speak.Tip: Swipe left or right toremove a notification.Some notifications showmore options when youslide them halfway.1 file uploaded.Vacation.pngGoogle · 27 Manage notificationsClear allNotifications screen. Swipe down from the top of the home screen down to view notifications.Tip: To quickly change common settings, swipe the status bar down. For more, seeQuick settings.Learn the basics

App notificationsVolumeYou may see a notification dot on an app. This app notification, or badge,tells you the app has an update or an announcement, such as a new email ora missed call. Press and hold the app for more information, options, or appshortcuts.Press the side volume buttons up or down to select a ringer volume and see othercontrols.Mute the ringeror set phone tovibrate.Wireless Emergency Alerts (U.S. & some countries)Wireless Emergency Alerts, also known as CMAS or PLAN,is a U.S. national emergency alert system. Emergency alertscan pop up to tell you about a national or local crisis. After you close an alert, you can reopen it by swiping upSettings Apps & notifications Advanced Wirelessemergency alerts.WIRELESSEMERGENCYSlide the bar toincrease/decrease volume.ALERTSCAPABLETMMute the media player.Tip: Emergency alerts have a special sound and vibration that is two seconds long,followed by one second, then another one second.Show all volumecontrols.To choose which types of alerts you receive, swipe up Settings Apps ¬ifications Advanced Wireless emergency alerts. The U.S. and local governmentssend these alerts through your service provider. So you will always receive alerts for thearea where you are, and you won’t receive alerts if you’re outside of the U.S. For more,visit and search “wireless emergency alerts.”Status iconsIcons at the top right of the screen tell you about phone status:Status IconsNetwork strength//Do not disturbWi-Fi in range/connectedDo not disturbTo turn off some or all sounds, swipe the status bar down with two fingers, and touchDo not disturb. Select one of these options:and hold»» Sound & vibration: Select whether to hear alarms, media, or touch sounds.»» Notifications: Set if you’d like to see notifications when Do not disturb mode is on.Tip: Create an exception for repeat callers that allows a call to sound from the sameperson within a 15 minute period, tap Calls Allow repeat callers.Alarm setData Saver onBluetooth on/connectedAirplane modeVolume screen. Press the Volume keys up or down to control the volume for Ring Notification, Media, and Alarm sounds. On screen, change the volume using slide bars./Battery charging/fullLearn the basics

Lock screenQuick settingsYour touchscreen is on when you need it and off when you don’t.For quick access to Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Airplane mode, brightness, and other settings,swipe the status bar or lock