So last night, my phone froze as I was trying to unlock it. I pressed the lock button and pressed it again to open the phone back up and it still was on that same screen. I figured I would shut it down and reboot it, I have problems with my phone all the time and rebooting it always seems to fix it. It said it was shutting down for about 15 minutes or so and I pressed the lock button one more time and the phone finally seemed to shut off. Then, no matter what I did, I could not get it to turn on. I thought maybe it was dead so I put on the charger all night but it still will not turn on and I am getting no indication that it still works. I just got my phone last june, it is a Moto G 3. I can not find anything on this website about a warranty and was wondering if there was a way you could check if there was still a warranty on my phone. I should not have to pay for a new phone, seeing as how I did not break it, the phone like killed itself.
Warranty are backed by the OEM and Typical one year so the question is when did you purchase the Moto G 3rd Gen
there should be a invoice if you purchased it from Republic in your account Orders & Payments | Republic Wireless
depending on which credit card used they may have an warranty extension though them so it would not hurt to check with them.
I’m sorry to hear of the difficulties. Your G3 has a one-year warranty provided by the manufacturer (Motorola) not Republic Wireless. Nevertheless, if you purchased your phone from Republic, I encourage you to raise a help ticket here: Republic Help. Alternatively, if you prefer, you may contact Motorola.
Meanwhile, perhaps something here will help: Troubleshooting Guide by Motorola?