After getting your Moto G 2nd Gen (Moto G 2014), you should try to get familiar with the Moto G layout, e.g., the location of the buttons, the functions of each accessible port.
Please note, this page is for Moto G 2nd Gen (aka Moto G 2014, including Moto G 2014 with LTE). The Moto G layout for other models is different.
The front view of Moto G layout is illustrated below.
Moto G layout: front
In the front of Moto G, you can find:
- LCD screen
- front facing camera
- dual stereo speakers
- LED indicator, for charging and notifications.
Moto G layout: Right
In the right side of Moto G, you can find:
- Power button
- Volume button
Moto G layout: bottom
In the bottom of Moto G, you can find:
- Micro USB port. It can be used to charge Moto G, to connect Moto G to a PC, or to connect a USB OTG device.
Moto G layout: top
In the top of Moto G, you can find:
- 3.5mm standard headphone jack
Moto G layout: back
In the back of Moto G, you can find:
- main camera (rear camera)
Moto G layout: SD card slot and SIM card slot
For Moto G 2nd Gen (Moto G 2014), Micro SD card is supported, the SD card slot is under the back cover.
In other words, you need remove the back cover to access the SD card slot.
Similarly, the SIM card slot is also under the back cover and you need remove the back cover to insert the SIM card. MicroSIM card is used on Moto G. Please try to get the correct size of SIM card from your carrier.
For dual SIM models, both SIM card slots are under the back cover. Please refer to this guide on using dual SIM cards on Moto G.
Moto G layout is simple. There is no physical Home button.
Home button, back button and Recent apps button are implemented on the touch screen as software buttons.
Do you know Moto G layout for your Moto G 2014 now?
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For more Moto G online manual pages, please check this page.
For detailed step-by-step guides, please check Moto G How-to guides page.