Nov 02 AT 7:00 PM Evan Selleck 7 Comments

Moto G (2013) receiving an OTA update to Android 4.4.4

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In the early part of June, the original Moto G received its official update to Android 4.4.3 that, thanks to Motorola, brought with it plenty of features that were tied to the Android 4.4.4 update plus a little extra from Motorola to add to the mix. Now the Lenovo-owned Motorola has begun sending out an over the air (OTA) update to the unlocked, U.S.-based Moto G.

The update is a small one, measuring in at only 21MB, but it will bring the original Moto G up to Android 4.4.4 KitKat. The upgrade itself isn’t about bringing new features to the smartphone, as an aforementioned update handled that, but instead is focused more on software improvements and tweaks.

image Moto G Android 4.4.4 update

The update is rolling out now, so if you own a Moto G (2013), keep an eye out.

Via: Android Central

Source: Motorola

Evan is a pretty big fan of technology, from phones to video game consoles and everything in between.

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  • jump

    Moto G is one of the most anticipated smartphone in the market today and many are very curious and excited of the features and function it has.

  • vinod kesari

    I’m pleased to be a user of moto G 13. But I’m bit sad towards company strategy because company is going to provide android L for new version of Moto G 2 users but not moto G 13 users. It’s a very bad news to older users. We never trust on moto G in future. This is why because they are looking for new customer but not satisfaction if older one. It’s a damn bad lenevo company’s strategy for their smartfhone users.

    • pravs

      Get your facts right Moto is updating all phone released in 2013 to Android 5.0 lollipop (Moto X, Moto G & even Moto E )

  • Mario Valmoria

    Yes moto G is funtastic

  • horaz

    But I had 4.4.4 in my G for months, now. I tough everyone else too…

    • SGB101

      My lad and girl got 4.4.4 about 2 months plus ago, in the UK, but did not get point 3, straight from 2 to 3.

      • SGB101

        Sorry ; straight from 2 to 4 ^