The Moto X may not enjoy the popularity of, say, Samsung’s Galaxy line, but it can do what many Android phones can’t. It can listen to you, and talk back, and take commands, and keep you appraised of your notifications without you even turning on the screen. It’s kind of magical, and it’s what makes Motorola’s flagship so very special.
The second-generation Moto X allows you to should out “OK Moto” (or whatever other phrase you want) from across the room. You can ask it to read your text messages, or even take a selfie. But these things don’t just happen—you have to do a little set up, first. Before you load up your new Moto X with apps, follow these simple tips to get all of its best features working.
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