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(EDIT: 23/01)Official News Motorola Lollipop

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13th January 2015, 12:56 AM   |  #1  
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I have made this thread only to inform that the software manager of Motorola ,Luciano carvalho , has released an official text message for quite all fans for the imminent update to lollipop..
Here the post of google plus.
Source: https://plus.google.com/+LucianoCarvalho

13/01:First of all: peace! *There is so much anger floating around this topic, I just want to reassure we're working really hard on it, and, as promised, our Moto products from 2014 and 2013 will be updated to Lollipop really soon.

At this point, you may have already heard that some people are receiving 5.0.2 based OTA pushes. That's a limited soak test roll out for some of our products in different regions of the world. The update will be pushed to a wider audience if no critical showstoppers are found by users who already received it.

Users on the 1st generation Moto products need to make sure they have the latest Motorola Updates Services from the Play Store. If you don't see it showing in your list of apps available for update (or it shows as not compatible) don't worry, it'll be available for you to download it really soon.

Updates of this nature take time. It's no secret that when 5.0 launched it still had bugs. And, when we update our products, we end up finding more bugs that need to be fixed. There are a lot of reasons for what that happen, but, basically, each phone has a unique set of components and a way they interact. When Google creates a new release, they don't validate it for all the possible combinations there are, and they won't fix anything that's not reproducible on a Nexus device, that's our job.

I hope you can appreciate the time we spend rounding up the performance and making sure you can continue to enjoy the awesome smooth experience of the amazing Moto products you've come to know and love.


Thank you all for the loyalty and support!

Edit19/01: see this post fot new Moto Apps Update.!!! --> http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...6&postcount=33

Edit 23/01 Another New official message from Luciano carvalho and under the link of the official Motorola site that announce Lollipop :


UPDATE! UPDATE! UPDATE!

Moto G owners in US ( moto g 2014), Brazil and India: the update started rolling out today.

Enjoy it!

We're working hard on the next batch of products and markets... As always.

Cheers!!!

https://motorola-global-portal.custh...p/30,6720,9050

P.s. please don't spam this thread .. I know previous thread.. This is create only for official information. Anythingh else.
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13th January 2015, 01:15 AM   |  #2  
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Great!! Give us lollipop!

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13th January 2015, 01:38 AM   |  #3  
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Great!! Give us lollipop!

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First post and congratulations, you just showed the majority of users. "GIVE US, WE DEMAND, LISTEN TO ME NOW !". At some point I wish that the delay will be as long as possible so the kids around will rage for way longer with their demands and foam on mouth.
Good news anyways, Nice to hear that work is near end. Motorola programmers, you da MVP's ! (I bet that this customer service spam and all the hate around had some impact on the release day... I'm sure of it...)
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First post and congratulations, you just showed the majority of users. "GIVE US, WE DEMAND, LISTEN TO ME NOW !". At some point I wish that the delay will be as long as possible so the kids around will rage for way longer with their demands and foam on mouth.
Good news anyways, Nice to hear that work is near end. Motorola programmers, you da MVP's ! (I bet that this customer service spam and all the hate around had some impact on the release day... I'm sure of it...)

Lol relax!!!! Chill out! I am just happy! I am not a kid and i dont demand lollipop!!

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13th January 2015, 01:50 AM   |  #5  
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I just have a question about the OTA Images, why there is none available to download?? why they who had the update don't post it on the net?? why? please tell me...
I can't sleep thinking about it...
13th January 2015, 01:56 AM   |  #6  
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I just have a question about the OTA Images, why there is none available to download?? why they who had the update don't post it on the net?? why? please tell me...
I can't sleep thinking about it...

You need to turn off your phone and computer once for a while and "disconnect"...
Because there isn't any OTA so far ? well it's that simple.
go to sleep now
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I still don't get why people get so worked up over a limited test build that's been pushed out to a few users. You've seen how buggy 5.0/5.0.x is not only on nexus devices but on the very same brazilian build that was posted here. 4.4.4 in comparison is stable and predictable, why would you leave that behind for buggy software? These very same people that want lollipop at any cost already have GPE edition to try...

Just be thankful the update is on its final phase, and be even more thankful that someone brought the news for us to read. Probably not much further from now you'll wake up to an update notification.
13th January 2015, 02:37 AM   |  #8  
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Hey guys, i have the New OTA File (220.21.28). I'll post soon!
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1 - Great to know that Motorola people are still working on L. It was no difficult to imagine the update would take so long to come, since L is still buggy right now and the code needs to be cleaned from Google. I hate that Recent apps bug and no silence mode after vibration mode when tapping volume buttons. If Moto takes another month to release the OTA, it will be great. BUT, I just wish that they release at least 5.0.2 OTA and firmware images instead of 5.1, to resolve that brick problem on downgrading the bootloader by mistake!

2 - That "frog guy" is comming... he can smell this type of threads. You will see a lot of frogs posted here in a few hours.

3 - Because of the frogs, this thread will be closed.
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13th January 2015, 03:14 AM   |  #10  
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Hey guys, i have the New OTA File (220.21.28). I'll post soon!

Hooray, hope i can sideload it to my Asian retail. Thanks

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