Motorola Moto G is rapidly becoming the small smartphone that could. Moto G owners have something else to boast about. They are actually the proud owners of an Android KitKat smartphone. So customers will now enjoy a faster and much more secure phone, fullscreen mode, the new and improved Hangouts app, and gallery photo editing.
All of this for GBP135 ($180), and the Moto G is beginning to look like a better and better offer. In case you did not receive an upgrade notification in your Moto G handset, then you can do a manual test. Just head to the options menu, visit “About Phone”, then click “Software Updates” and you will be asked if you’d like to update your Moto G.
Moto G Android 4.4.2 KitKat Update Instructions
To be sure the upgrade is installed effectively, we recommend installing it when the battery in your mobile is at least 50% charged and you’re connected into a WiFi network.
If you have received a telling message with this upgrade:
- Select “Download”.
- After the software was downloaded, select “Install now”.
- After the app has been installed, your telephone number will restart automatically.
- Your phone now updated with KLB20.9-1.10-1.9
Follow the actions below to manually update your telephone, in case you haven’t received a notification message for this update:
- Select the Settings icon in the apps menuChoose “About telephone”.
- Select “System updates”.
- Select “Download”. After the application program is downloaded, choose “Install”.
- Once the software is installed, your phone will re-start automatically.
- Your telephone now updated with KLB20.9-1.10-1.9
There’s no cost with this software upgrade over the carrier network. If you experience any issues with this specific upgrade, please visit us at motorola.com/mymotog.