Moto G Gets OTA Update To Fix Bugs


Motorola is the process of pushing out a major over-the-air (OTA) stability update to all its unlocked Moto G variants currently located in the U.S and the U.K. This upgrade transports bug fixes for a bunch of irritating problems which Moto G users have reported to the Google-owned company via Facebook and Twitter.

Update version number 174.44.1 aims to patch several issues, including; temporary cellular network loss, wallpaper cropping errors, USB On The Go compatibility issues with USB drives as well as low call volume experienced by users. The full changelog for the update, can be seen below:

  • Fixed an issue which caused temporary cellular network loss for a small number of Moto G customers.
  • Fixed wallpaper cropping issue.
  • Resolved USB On The Go support issue with USB drives.
  • Fixed low call volume experienced by some users.

To update manually, make sure you’re connected to a Wi-Fi network. Then, from the home screen, press the Menu key, followed by Settings. Scroll to the bottom and tap ‘About Device’, then ‘Software Update and ‘Update Now’. Follow all of the prompts presented on the display of your Moto G and your phone will start to download and install this stability update immediately.