Monday , August 21 2017

Motorola Moto G Gen 2 Marshmallow update is in testing

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Since announcing their list of devices in line to receive an update to Marshmallow, the question of when Motorola would deliver has been the main one being asked. For owners of the Moto G Gen 2, the answer could be very soon, with some owners being invited to test out a new software update.

The email being sent to owners doesn’t name Marshmallow, but it’s certainly going to be the one that’s being tested. The email being sent reads:
Moto G Gen 2 - Marshmallow
Unfortunately we don’t have a Gen 2 Motorola phone to try this out on, but from the looks of it, we could be seeing an update for the phone in the very near future.

Are you keen for a Marshmallow update on your Moto G?

 
Thanks: Jamie.

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5 Comments on "Motorola Moto G Gen 2 Marshmallow update is in testing"

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jdt1986
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jdt1986

Can’t wait to get it on my new Moto G 3rd Gen!

BrainBeat
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BrainBeat

But where is my update for the much newer X Play????
I bought it as I had an expectation it would have it by the end of the year but still waiting 🙁

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Yes I’m waiting impatiently for an update on my X Play as well

CMMC
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CMMC

Would be nice, but I already have MM on my Moto G, the Nexus Experience Rom.

Tony Soprano
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Tony Soprano

Good for you champ.

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