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Moto G handsets in the UK now getting Android 4.4.2 update

Moto GMotorola has begun the rollout of the Android 4.4.2 update right on schedule for the UK variants of the Moto G handset. The update will be rolled out in stages and should reach all devices by the end of the week, if not earlier. The update will change the build number to KLB20.9-1.10-1.9. The Moto G wasn’t endorsed as a specs heavy handset, but instead as a bang to the buck smartphone with software support comparable to Google’s Nexus devices, thanks to Motorola’s association with Google.

Having lived on its promise of frequent software updates, Motorola will hope to push sales of the smartphone, especially in developing regions. If you belong to the UK and haven’t received the update yet, try pushing the update manually by heading over to Settings – About phone – System updates and tap Download. The update will bring a few changes if you’re switching from Jelly Bean, but if the device is running on KitKat already, there won’t be a lot of visible changes.

Source: Motorola

Via: Talk Android

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