Verizon’s 2014 Motorola Moto X receiving Android 5.0
Verizon is now seeding Android 5.0 Lollipop for it’s Motorola Moto X (2014) smartphone. The CDMA network unfortunately did not bundle it’s popular VoLTE or Advanced Calling 1.0 feature with the update, instead there’s a redesigned UI aka Material Design and a host of other cool new features.
The update weighs a hefty 678.6MB on OTA and a PDF file (available through the source link) has been released to detail instructions and changelog for the update. Despite it’s improved battery life, the new OS still manages to bring about more detailed insights on how the battery was used. Also, the Contacts and Dailer menus have been completely revamped.
Verizon promised more control if you upgrade, saying that you can control how often things like notifications disturb/distract you. You can “choose to allow all, none or only priority interruptions”, the carrier said. Other new features are available through the PDF guide below.
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