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Motorola Moto G (2013 and 2014) starts updating to Lollipop

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<p style=I am not sure how many times I have published a post talking about updates on the Motorola Moto G, which have never arrived. But it seems that finally I can ensure that the update of Lollipop is coming to the devices.

As far as we can tell, the Motorola Moto G is being updated to the version 5.0.2 in two key passes: USA and India. These two passes are the ones that the company has chosen to start with the OTA of the most recent version of Android 5.0 Lollipop. Let us not think that these two countries have been chosen at random, because they have not been so at all. The United States is one of the most important countries in the world and has a consumption, in terms of smartphones it refers, very large, and on the other hand India is the country that largest emerging market It has right now, so brands have to make these users happy. This does not mean that others will not receive the update, but first they are reporting to these countries. to detect failures and problems.

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<p style=The update will not only be for the latest version of the Motorola Moto G, but will also come in conjunction with the update for the Old version we saw in 2013. No doubt a big surprise for all users who have one, as they can give a new life to a smartphone I will be out soon two years ago.

As I said it's about the version Android 5.0.2 Lollipop and the only requirement to bring is to have the Motorola applications updated to the latest version. Something that is nothing difficult to do, we just have to enter the Google Play and update all those applications that Motorola brings us by default in your phone. We will have to have a free space of 400 MB at least to be able to install the update, which is estimated to be occupying this capacity.

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<p style=As we could see the update with the Moto X, this version is practically Pure Android, since we see very little customization by Motorola, something that makes us have a very good and very fluid experience.

Finally comment that although it has taken, it is here and we will only have to wait a little longer to enjoy it in our country.

Did you get the update? Do you think they have taken a long time to make it official?