According to a number of reports published recently on the web, it appears that Motorola recently began issuing the update Android 9 Pie over-the-air phone Moto X4. It is estimated that this update has a size of 1.1 GB and upgrade the structure of the operating system in the phone to version PPW29.69-17. And, apparently, this update is currently available in India, but we expect to make way for more features phone Moto X4 in more areas during the coming days and weeks.
As you can expect, this update brings with it all new features developed by Google Inc. in Android 9 Pie, including luxury features, digital, and Adaptive Brightness feature, and save the battery, as well as bringing more of the settings to a property do not disturb.
This update may take some time before it reaches your phone, but in case if you can’t wait and looking forward to get this update in the near future, you can check the availability of this update for your device manually by going to Settings App ” Settings ” and go after that to the option of About Device ” About Device“, and after that to the option System Updates ” System Updates “.
Of course, you can download this update using internet data to laptops or using a WiFi network although we always recommend using a WiFi network when it comes to download updates because it sings about the depletion of internet data your mobile. Of course, don’t forget to make a backup of the contents of your phone to avoid losing your files and your data in case things go wrong during the update installation.
Before conclusion, we would like to point out that Motorola had already promised to our released an update for Android 9 Pie for many of its smart phones, including the Moto Z3, Moto Z3 Play Store and Moto Z2 Force Edition and Moto Z2 Play and Moto G6 and Moto G6 Play and Moto G6 Plus. Moreover, we also expect the arrival of this update for all the smartphones that Motorola issued this year, including the phone Motorola One Power.
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