Moto G has gained its fair share of success since its launch. Motorola mentioned at the MWC that it’s the most successful smartphone from the company. The handset received timely updates, and was updated to Android 4.4 KitKat way before several other high-end devices.
Recently, Motorola started pushing another update for the Moto G, squashing some bugs that were present in the operating system. The update is rolling out for the unlocked version of the handset, and is rolling out in multiple regions, including US, UK, and several other European countries.
Sized at almost 10.5MB, the latest update bumps the version to 174.44.1, and brings a bunch of bug fixes and improvements the handset. In case you don’t know, the handset is already running the latest Android 4.4 KitKat. Here’s a list of bugs fixes:
- Fixed an issue which caused temporary cellular network loss for a small number of customers
- Fixed wallpaper cropping issue
- Resolved USB OTG support for USB drives
- Fixed low call volume as experienced by some users
If you didn’t receive the update, you may want to wait for a while or manually check for the update from the Settings app. Let us know using the comments below if you received the update, as well as your region.
Source: Android Central
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