The Moto X (2014) from U.S. Cellular is finally receiving the Android 5.0 update after a very long wait. Every other carrier out there has sent out the update to the smartphone, so we’re not really sure what took the carrier this long to send out the update.
But customers will be glad to know that an update is finally here, thus putting an end to the wait. Since the device was running Android 4.4 KitKat prior to this, users will be a significant change in the user interface and functionality after this update. Most of these changes will be similar to what we saw on Nexus devices as Motorola uses a relatively stock version of Android with its smartphones.
All Motorola specific apps have been updated to support Android 5.0, so you won’t have to worry about compatibility after the update. Since this is a major upgrade coming from KitKat, it is recommended that users download the update on a WiFi network.
Via: Android Central