Moto X (2nd Gen): Tear Down and Exploration

Well, the Moto X never made a full recovery since dropping it in water so I take it apart to find what went wrong. Hopefully this video will help guide you in taking yours apart should you need to or maybe you will learn something =)
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Moto X water test and review video:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6lyOIMH9LEY

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Erica Griffin

HI! My name is Erica Griffin. I am known on the interwebs as The Technology Nerd Who Likes to Film Stuff. I create insanely in-depth technology reviews as well as blog my experiences about what it is like to incorporate them into everyday living! I am from San Diego, CA. I went to the University of California, San Diego for my bachelors degree in Cognitive Science (I studied brains and hormones and why people do what they do). I specialized in Human Computer Interaction. Then I minored in Digital Media Production. Mix that all together and you get THE TECHNOLOGY NERD WHO LIKES TO FILM STUFF hehe. I love my boyfriend, Fran├žois Simond, aka Supercurio, from XDA. He means everything to me and has been so supportive of me through all this! I love tech (obviously), I like to sing, I like to make origami models, I love to travel, I believe in Jesus Christ as my Lord and savior....

One thought on “Moto X (2nd Gen): Tear Down and Exploration”

  1. Erica, you rock! My question…I have a Moto X 2014 with Lollipop (5.0.2). It seems like I can only access the sound recorder via opening up the SMS app, clicking on the attachment icon, and selecting “record audio.” However, whatever stock sound recorder app came with the phone does not appear to be in my app window. How can I determine where this sound recorder app is so I can use it normally for voice memos without having to open up the text application everytime? Thanks for any info you can give.

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