Motorola, currently owned by Lenovo, is one of the brands with the best update history of its Android mobile devices. From system updates – for almost all your smartphones – to monthly security updates. Now a new update is being released for Moto Z2 Force and you will want to receive it as soon as possible!
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US carrier Verizon Wireless today began releasing the new November update that includes Google's new security package, which includes several patches, several security fixes, and vulnerability elimination, among other enhancements to this device, as the TechDroider blog.
Motorola Moto Z2 Force Receives November Update
The update will eventually reach all major world markets, and its distribution will be phased in and phased out so you may have to wait a few days or hours before you receive the OTA update availability notification (over the air).
For the Motorola Moto Z2 Force now comes the new system firmware compilation with the number NDXS26.183-15-5. Note that this new version is still based on Android Nougat 7.0 and although the company has already secured the upgrade to Android Oreo 8.0 it will still take a few months to reach your Moto Z2 Force device.
KRACK Vulnerability is now fixed
However, this new November update is very welcome as it protects your smartphone from the threat, the KRACK vulnerability you can report here on EBox.
That said, it is with good eyes that we see a carrier leading the distribution of this update and hopefully this would be the same scenario, where national carriers were fast, expeditious, and were giving their audience software updates for the linked units.
Strange world is this one of America, or is ours upside down? However, if you have not yet received the update notification available on your Motorola Moto Z2 Force go to Settings – About Device (Phone) – System Updates and stay tuned.
Finally, I stress that when the update is actually available for download you should connect to the wireless network so as not to overload your data plan and I recommend charging your smartphone with at least 50% of charge so you don't run out of power. midway through the installation process.a
Note that this will most likely be the first Motorola device to receive the new Android Oreo but by then, if you have already received this November update leave us your feedback below in the comments.
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