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Moto G reportedly suffering from connection loss bug after the Android 4.4.2 update

Moto G

According to a few user reports, the Moto G is facing some issues with the network connection after it received the Android 4.4.2 update. It is claimed that the smartphone sometimes turns on Airplane Mode on its own whenever a user tries to make a call. Other problems include intermittent loss of network and connectivity. This issue was faced on a few Nexus 4 devices as well, so it’s probably something to do with the particular version of Android. Users claim that this issue can be fixed with a reboot of the device, but that appears to be a temporary solution.

Luckily, Motorola has acknowledged this issue and promised to fix it soon with an update. It is said that this little glitch made its way with the version 174.44.1 update recently. Some users are also claiming that an update from last week has already fixed this bug, but it seems like that fix hasn’t made its way to all devices yet.

Have you faced this problem on your Moto X? If yes, make sure you let us know by leaving a comment below.

Source: Motorola Forums

Via: Android Police

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  1. Good post. issues like this can never be avoided especially in such a sophisticated environment as Android. With hundreds of different hardware running Android, we can always expect troubles to happen. At least this bug has been discovered this early.

  2. Oh yeah, I remember some updates that have almost destroyed smartphones. Remember the Verizon Galaxy S3? That was nuts.

  3. It does for many you got that right. I think this is one of the things they do not test nearly enough before they roll something new out. I have seen other updates lockup phones almost to the point of burning them out.

  4. Interesting. I don’t have a Moto G, but this seems to be a common problem among all smartphones, whether it be Windows Phone, Android or iOS. Right after an update there’s usually some sort of network problem, the phone turning Airplane mode the most common, which requires a quick update after the original update.

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