Perform the following steps to connect Wi-Fi in your Moto X Phone running on Android:
Step 1: Login to your Moto X Android Mobile Phone.
Step 2: Swipe down from the top of your screen > Tap on the Settings icon on the top right.
Step 3: In the Settings Screen > Under Wireless & networks > Tap on Wi-Fi > Turn Wi-Fi ON by sliding the ON switch on to the right.
Step 4: From the list of networks, tap on a network > If necessary, enter Network SSID, Security, and Password > Touch Connect.
Step 1: Login to your Moto X Phone.
Step 2: Swipe down from the top of your screen>Tap on the Settings icon on the top right.
Step 3: In the Settings Screen>Tap on More>Tap on Tethering & Mobile Hotspot>Turn Mobile Hotspot on by sliding the ON switch on to the right.
Note: HERE is a more detailed guide to Creating a Mobile Wi-Fi HotSpot in Android
*How do I fix Wi-Fi issues in my Moto X phone?
For a temporary fix, perform the following steps:
Step 1: Go to Wifi settings > Tap on your network > Click Forget Network.
Step 2: Restart router > Connect again using the credentials.
For a potential solution,take the following steps:
Step 1: Go to Google Play store > Download and install Wi-Fi Analyzer app.
Step 2: Go to Router settings > Check if MAC filtering is ON > Enter the MAC address
(To find MAC address, go to Settings > About Phone > Status > Wi-Fi MAC Address.)
Step 3: For an issue with data sync, clear cache partition.
*My Wi-Fi connection keeps dropping continuously. How can I retain my connection?
Step 1: Unplug your router from the power.
Step 2: Plug the router back in and wait for a couple of seconds.
Step 3: Log in to your Moto X phone > Go to Settings > Under Wireless & Networks section > Tap on Wi-Fi.
Step 4: Select your network > Tap Forget Network
Step 5: Go back to Settings > Slide the Wi-Fi toggle switch from ON to OFF.
Step 6: Reboot the phone.
Step 7: Once the phone is back up, return to the Settings screen.
Step 8: Slide the Wi-Fi toggle switch from OFF to ON.
Step 9: Tap on your network > Enter credentials if applicable > Tap Connect
*What is Rebooting a phone?
Rebooting your phone simply means turning it off and turning it on back again. It is similar to the ‘restart’ feature in your desktop computer or laptop. Rebooting normally helps in speeding up the device in case of any lag or when it stalls and does not damage or erase device’s storage.
*What happens when you do “Forget Network”?
Normally used in connecting to Wi-Fi networks, forgetting a network from your device disables it from auto-connecting to the network while within connectivity range. Though devices auto connect only to the networks they were authorized to use already; choosing ‘Forget Network‘ disables this and requires users to manually type in the security key or password to start using the wireless network again.