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The Initial Moto X Will get Its Android 5.1 (Yup, 5.1) Update On Sprint

 

The Initial Moto X Will get Its Android 5.1 (Yup, 5.1) Update On Sprint

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Because the launch from the Moto X, Motorola continues to be very good about releasing timely Android updates… though which has been known as into question lately. Apparently a minumum of one variant from the original Moto X (the main one from 2013) continues to be lagging a lengthy way behind too. The Sprint form of the telephone only lately took its over-the-air update to Android 5.1 (the main one from Feb). Prior to this it absolutely was running Android 4.4.4 (the main one from 2014). Ouch.

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The Five.1 software rollout really began back on November fifth, consider Sprint states it will likely be ongoing until December tenth, you will find most likely still a number of Moto X users who haven’t seen the update. Additionally for an upgrade to five.1, the OTA includes the Stagefright security patch. Actually, it’s a minimum of somewhat entirely possible that without involve that patch, the telephone would not be updated whatsoever – Verizon’s 2013 DROIDs, released around the same time frame because the first-gen Moto X, continue to be languishing on Android 4.4.

Of course, accepting OTA updates may break root or other modifications you have made for your phone. It may be better to find a regular image and revert into it before you apply the update, then rooting the five.1 build. In the end, it is not as if Android 6. will probably come in the near future.

Posted by: Ernest

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