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Droid Turbo

 

If you own a Motorola Droid Turbo and you are waiting for your Lollipop update ? You are in luck, Apparently the Droid Turbo will not get any build based on Android 5.0, but instead will be updated directly with Android 5.1 Lollipop which is currently the absolute latest version of Google's mobile OS.

 

This probably means you still have some waiting to do until the new software will reach your handset, unfortunately. Google has just started rolling out Android 5.1 to its Nexus devices, and not even all of those have it yet. On the other hand, Motorola has been fast with updates lately, so perhaps it will move quickly with this one too.

 

The reason for the jump from KitKat straight to Android 5.1 Lollipop apparently has to do with Verizon. The carrier "demands" VoLTE support baked into the Turbo's software, and Android 5.1 provides that natively. So for Motorola working on backporting this feature to the first Lollipop release, only to then have to switch to Android's native implementation with the 5.1 update would have been a big waste of resources. Hence, the decision to skip 5.0 altogether.

 

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lollipop 5.0

 

Motorola is really doing a good job on updating its devices to the latest Lollipop builds. Users of various Moto devices have had mixed luck with the OS update and various reports have been pouring in from all around the world during the last few months.

 

moto g

 

Today, the Original Moto G (2013) model X1032, is receiving Lollipop 5.0.2 in the UK. The update came a few days after a notification from Motorola Update Services announced that the package will be seeding shortly. There is still no notification of the update, but manually checking the Update menu earlier today, has yielded the long-anticipated result.

 

Hopefully the long update delay has given Motorola the chance to patch various issues with early Android 5 builds and the 5.0.2 builds that have begun seeding will offer the stability and performance that Moto devices are expected to deliver.

 

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motorola

 

Motorola is slowly letting people in the media know that it has something planned for February,25th, which is next Wednesday. On that day, the company will be making an exciting announcement.

 

It's an unconventional product launch, that's for sure. Motorola is sending media outlets a mysterious box, which is set to arrive at their doorsteps on the aforementioned date. The contents of the box haven't been revealed yet, but apparently "everything you need fits inside one box".

 

So those who will receive these boxes will be "in the front row" for the announcement thanks to what's in the box. It's all rather puzzling.

 

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moto e


Motorola Moto E and the Moto Maxx is getting the official Android 5.0 Lollipop updateThe Moto E update has started rolling-out Over-the-air in Brazil and India, while the Moto Maxx is now rolling-out in Brazil and in Mexico. If everything goes well, the update will expand to more users.

 

Moto E users should check that the Motorola Update Services on their phone is the latest version. It's on the Play Store so go do that while you wait for Android 5.0 Lollipop to come around.

 

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moto g lollipop

 

Motorola is working hard on updating its Moto line-up to Android 5.0 Lollipop. Today, Motorola announced that the Lollipop 5.0 update is Available to the Moto G (1st and 2nd Generation) in India and Brazil, other regions will follow very soon. If you haven't already been prompted to download the new update, you can also pull the update by going to Settings > About Phone > System Updates.

 

moto G

 

The Company also explained the process of bringing Android Lollipop to its devices and why its late... Moto explained the whole process in its latest official blog post. Here's what it said:

 

" Though we try to make the process seem easy, it's actually pretty complicated. That's because we want to ensure a quality experience across every device that gets the upgrade. Let's do a quick recap of how a major new version of Android comes to your phone.
Google improved the Android release process with Lollipop, which was important because Lollipop is the biggest and most ambitious release of Android ever. Everyone needed time to adapt. Several developer previews were released early so that developers-and device and chipset manufacturers that are part of the early access program could kick the tires.
A critical milestone occurs at the "public push" of a new version of Android-when Google releases the source code to the Android Open Source Project (AOSP), typically with the introduction of a new Nexus device. " - Motorola Official blog

 

 

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