Motorola One Zoom
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With our Best Price Assurance, we guarantee that we will honor the initial price we offered for your Motorola One Zoom trade-in. In the unlikely event that we cannot uphold our promise, we will promptly return the device to you.
No, selling your Motorola One Zoom is not obligatory even after receiving a price quote. However, if you come across an offer that you wish to secure, you may need to complete the checkout process to finalize the transaction.
To reset a Motorola One Zoom before selling it, you can follow these steps: Please note that performing a factory reset will erase all data on the device, so make sure you have backed up any important files or data before proceeding.
Step 1: Remove Google Account (if applicable) If your Motorola One Zoom is signed in with a Google Account, it’s a good idea to remove it before performing the factory reset to ensure the new owner can set up their account.
Go to “Settings” on your Motorola One Zoom.
Scroll down and select “Accounts and backup.”
Tap on “Accounts.”
Select your Google Account and then tap on “Remove account.”
Step 2: Perform the Factory Reset
After the reset process is complete, your Motorola One Zoom will be restored to its factory settings, and all your personal data will be erased, making it ready to be sold or given to someone else.
Experience a hassle-free and expedited buyback process with our Motorola One Zoom buyback program. Upon receiving your device details, we will promptly provide you with a competitive price quote and a complimentary shipping label. After shipping your device to us, our team will inspect it. Once the inspection is complete, we’ll promptly send you the agreed-upon payment. It’s that simple and quick!?