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[Q] Android update to the Moto X

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4th September 2014, 10:07 AM   |  #1  
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I was just wondering if there are going to be further updates to the Moto X from 4.4?

Any idea how long they are going to support this device for?
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I am betting android L, whatever version they number it, will be the end. And maybe a small bug fix update as usual. 👍
4th September 2014, 03:04 PM   |  #3  
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I heard it would get "L".

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I heard it would get "L".

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Yes ,

Moto X already announced they will bring Android L update for Moto X and G also


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Yes ,

Moto X already announced they will bring Android L update for Moto X and G also


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L is already confirmed for the moto x. After that it will be getting close to 18 months old so I wont expect further major updates after that.
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L is already confirmed for the moto x. After that it will be getting close to 18 months old so I wont expect further major updates after that.

Thnks a lot for that; perhaps I need to root and get updates via XDA... I guess its already quite an old phone.
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