Moto X Factory Reset is possible in two ways:
- Settings xe2x86x92 Backup & reset xe2x86x92Factory Data Reset xe2x86x92Reset Phone.
Alternate way (External Reset below)
Note: Use the Volume Down button to scroll through the menu options and the Volume Up button to select.
From the "No Command" screen (Android figure lying on his back), press and hold the Power then press and release the Volume Up button to display the menu options.
Select "wipe data/factory reset".
Note: Use the Volume buttons to highlight and the Power button to select.
- Select Yes - delete all user data
As you can see from above, you are at the intermediate step of factory reset, while the first method is far simpler
Device is LOCKED refers to the status corresponding to Bootloader is locked. It has nothing to do with security password
Huge thanks to acejavelin for providing an explanation of No Command, reproduced:
The No Command screen means recovery checked the normal area (/cache) for an update file, like an OTA, and it didn't find one, so it had "No Command" to execute. Android's stock recovery is intended for the normal, everyday user, giving them a menu they could easily access could cause lots of potentially angry people who are just playing around and reset their device by accident. Stock recovery, and it's menu, are specifically engineered so that you have to take special steps to do anything. The No Command screen, meaning no automated script, is part of that safe guard.