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[Q] 4.4.4 update on xt1053 on AT&T network?

26th August 2014, 04:20 PM |#1  
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[I have no idea how OTAs are staged, so I hope this isn't the worst question ever asked in these forums]

I have a Moto X GSM (xt1053) that I got through Motorola using motomaker. I'm on the AT&T network, and things are working fine.

Since AT&T Moto Xs are xt1058, will my phone get the 4.4.4 OTA correctly?

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26th August 2014, 04:33 PM |#2  
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[I have no idea how OTAs are staged, so I hope this isn't the worst question ever asked in these forums]

I have a Moto X GSM (xt1053) that I got through Motorola using motomaker. I'm on the AT&T network, and things are working fine.

Since AT&T Moto Xs are xt1058, will my phone get the 4.4.4 OTA correctly?

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Yes, you will receive the OTA just fine. The network that you are using won't affect it at all.
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Yes, you will receive the OTA just fine. The network that you are using won't affect it at all.

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26th August 2014, 08:13 PM |#4  
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That being said, they haven't begun the rollout of 4.4.4 on the XT1053. The latest available for it is 4.4.3.
27th August 2014, 02:58 AM |#5  
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That being said, they haven't begun the rollout of 4.4.4 on the XT1053. The latest available for it is 4.4.3.

Anyone know why the XT1053 is the last X variant to get 4.4.4?
27th August 2014, 03:06 AM |#6  
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Anyone know why the XT1053 is the last X variant to get 4.4.4?

Republic Wireless is still on 4.4.2, so you're not the last....

Anyways, the only known difference between 4.4.3 and 4.4.4 is the ssl and a couple other patches. Extremely minimal difference. There most lilkely wouldn't have been a 4.4.4 if the ssl bug wasn't discovered - we all would have likely went straight to L (eventually).
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From what I have read the system version in tmobile 4.4.3 is the same as the other 4.4.4 releases. So we don't need the 4.4.4 update since we are already patched.
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From what I have read the system version in tmobile 4.4.3 is the same as the other 4.4.4 releases. So we don't need the 4.4.4 update since we are already patched.

I thought I had posted this earlier sorry if it is redundent

If you "click here for details" on this page (for the various carriers) motorola-global-portal.custhelp.com/app/answers/prod_detail/a_id/94927/p/30,6720,8696

It looks like we are missing the OpenSSL patch, but have everything else. That said isn't the OpenSSL the most important portion of the patch?
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