Download and Install Moto G6 Plus OPW27.113-45 April 2018 Security Patch Update (OTA) | Android 8.0: Finally Android 8.0 April 2018 Security Patch Firmware update is being rolled to Moto G6 Plus. The Update is currently rolling in some regions and many users have already received the updated on their devices. We have the links to Download Moto G6 Plus OPW27.113-45 April 2018 Security Patch Update
The Update also brings system stability improvements and performance improvements. As it is a major update, the size of the firmware is around 1.12GB. So we highly recommend users to use stable wifi while updating or downloading the firmware to avoid any errors. The update is being rolled out as an OTA. The update is available in some regions. It will take some time to reach all the corners of the Globe as OTAs roll in a phased manner. You can manually check for the update from Settings
Moto G6 Plus has started getting the Oficial Android 8.0 Update via OTA (Over-the-air). The Update comes with Google’s Latest April 2018 Security Patch. The Firmware also brings many bug fixes which were present in the previous build. Along with All the little enhancements, it also brings all the April 2018 Security Patch features like Picture-in-Picture mode and notification dots to the device.
Manually Check Moto G6 Plus OPW27.113-457 April 2018 Security Patch
- First Go To Settings, then scroll down to About Phone
- Then Click On System Update (from here you can see if there is an update available)
- If there is an update and you want to install it then click on “YES, I’M IN“
If there are no updates showing up wait for few days for the update to come or just manually flash the firmware. This guide will help you to install Moto G6 Plus OPW27.113-457 April 2018 Security Patch manually.
Moto G6 Plus OPW27.113-45 April 2018 Security Patch Update Details:
- Android version: 8.0
- Security patch level (SPL): April 1, 2018
- Build number: OPW27.113-457
- Build fingerprint: 8.0 / OPW27.113-457/1
- Make sure that the USB drivers for your Android device are installed on the PC.
- Follow the below Guide Exactly or else it may lead to brick your device. RootMyGalaxy.net is not responsible for any damage.
- Maintain 50-60% battery to prevent sudden shut down between the process.
- This Update is only for Moto G6 Plus users.
- Make sure that you have latest ADB and fastboot drivers installed on Windows and Mac/Linux.
- Take a complete backup of your phone and then proceed.
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- Download Moto G6 Plus April 2018 Security Patch OTA update file – Download
Steps To Install Moto G6 Plus OPW27.113-45 April 2018 Security Patch Update
Method 1: Using .bat file
- First, download the mfastboot w/ script from the download section above and extract it
- Once you extracted, you will see a .bat file.
- Click on it and it will begin the upgrading process.
- You just have to wait for the process to finish
Method 2: ADB and fastboot method
- Download and install ADB and fastboot on your computer (Check Pre-Requirement section above)
- Move the downloaded update file into the ADB folder
- Boot your Moto G6 Plus into recovery mode
- Select Install from ADB Sideload
- Connect your phone and computer
- Open the ADB folder and click shift+right click and open command here
- Enter the adb devices command to check your connection
- If the connection is ok, enter the adb sideload file_name.zip to flash the update
- Reboot the device when the process is completed
Method 3: Recovery mode method (Only OTA):
- Save the downloaded file on to the device internal storage
- Power off the device
- Tap and hold power button and volume up button to boot the device on to recovery mode
- Select apply update from SD card
- Choose the downloaded update file
- When the process is completed reboot the device
Method 4: Using Bootloader Mode + Commands
- Your device’s bootloader must be unlocked.Guide > How To Unlock Bootloader Of Any Android Using Fastboot Commands
- Make sure your device’s USB debugging is enabled.Guide > How To Enable Usb Debugging On Android April 2018 Security Patch 8.0/8.1
- Now Boot your device into bootloader mode.
- Now Install and Setup the ADB Fastboot on your PC.
- Now download the firmware file and move that to the ADB Folder.
- Now boot your Moto G6 Plus into bootloader mode
- Once you are in the bootloader menu.
- Connect your Moto G6 Plus to PC using the provided USB Cable
- Now Open the ADB Folder (the folder where you have put the firmware file)
- Just open “PowerShell or Command Window” there (Right-click on the mouse on any empty screen inside the ADB Folder and Click “Open PowerShell Window Here”)
- Once the command screen Opens up paste the following commands
fastboot flash modem NON-HLOS.bin fastboot flash fsg fsg.mbn fastboot erase modemst1 fastboot erase modemst2 fastboot flash bluetooth BTFM.bin fastboot flash dsp adspso.bin fastboot flash logo logo.bin fastboot flash boot boot.img fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.0 fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.1 fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.2 fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.3 fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.4 fastboot flash system system.img_sparsechunk.5 fastboot flash system_b system_b.img_sparsechunk.0 fastboot flash system_b system_b.img_sparsechunk.1 fastboot flash system_b system_b.img_sparsechunk.2 fastboot flash system_b system_b.img_sparsechunk.3 fastboot flash oem oem.img fastboot erase cache fastboot erase carrier fastboot erase ddr fastboot reboot
- This will start the installation process, once the install is completed, your device will be booted to the latest firmware.
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