Moto X Pure Edition gets October 2017 Patch OTA with Krack fix: During its launch Moto X was a Futuristic phone with 4K and in those days,Motorola phones used to get updates within weeks Google released them but it was bit costly, It was launched back in September,2015 and literally made a Good impression in the minds of new users,even its features are still responsing in 2017, despite of all it gave no Android version Upgrade after launch and many problems were there including no protection against Krack (A kind of Hacking which includes all Information of Downloads/Uploads ),Anyone could peep into somemone’s personal Info through Wifi Network.
After this much problems that Moto X users were facing from last 2 years,Lenovo decided to take some actions regarding this problem as this was not a small problem,Krack could sweep away all the confidential information one might be having and might cause trouble to National Security. So,in previous weeks,Lenovo released the Update.
Moto X Pure Edition Gets October 2017 Patch OTA Update (25.201.1) | Krack Fix Added
If you own the Moto X Pure , you may have already received the update notification. The software version is 25.201.1.You can manually check for the update, just go to Settings > About device > System updates.If the update is not showing on your device then wait for few more days for the update to come.The update is being rolled out as an OTA (Over-the-air) and may take up to few days to available across the globe.
All of you must be very excited to know and get the update that Motorola (Lenovo) has just released.This update includes Android 7.0(Nougat) yet old but fully functioning for Moto X and Krack fix too. Now,All can enjoy Wireless connections without worrying for the security and user-friendly Android version, It is Live now, Enjoy you Moto life .For any query,Let us know.
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