So there's this issue with moto g phones where the USB-c cable that comes with it is slightly different than what commercially available aftermarket. The cable it comes with makes a distinctive click when you plug it in. It's actually quite a secure connection. The issue comes when you try to use anything other than the manufacturers supplied cable. Nothing else works properly. Regular USB-C cables will charge it, but they won't stay secure and just fall out. And usb drives are out of the question, as the USB drive or cable doesn't make a secure connection. And there's nothing anywhere on the internet about it. I even tried emailing Motorola about it. Other than the generic response directing me to the FAQ and Troubleshooting part of their website (which only list the common issues and what to try), which doesn't help or even address the issue. So I posted to a thread about it, in response to someone else's question about this issue. Specifically, I was making a point, that I found a work around using a USB hub and plugging the phone into the USB hub with the cable it came with. And using a second device as the USB hub controller.
Then I received an email saying I was being cited as violating the websites rules, specifically "spamming" and was directed to follow the link to respond if I objected. And when I followed the link, it dead ended, because my account has been permanently banned. Absolutely ridiculous.