How to update Moto G phones to Android Lollipop

Motorola pushed out Android Lollipop aka Android 5 update to all Moto G phones in India on Friday. The update gives Moto G users new interface and new features. So, how can you update the phone to the Android Lollipop?



Here are the steps to do it:

For Moto G (2nd gen) aka Moto G launched in 2014

-- You will see a notification for the system update on your phone. Tap on the notification and follow the process.

-- If you don't get the notification, go to Settings.

-- Click on About Phone.

-- Click on System Update.

-- Click on check for updates.

-- The phone will check for the update. Most likely the Lollipop update would be available. Though if it is not, check again in a few hours because Motorola is rolling out the update in phases.

-- If the update is available download it and then install it. Follow the onscreen instructions for it.

For Moto G (1st gen) aka Moto G launched in 2013



-- Make sure you have Motorola Update Services installed on your phone. If not, install it from here.

-- Make sure the Motorola Update Services is updated to the latest version. You can check it by going into the Play store.

-- If the Motorola Update Services is updated to the latest version, you will get a notification for the Android Lollipop update. Tap on it and then follow the onscreen instructions.

-- If you don't get the notification, go to Settings.

-- In Settings, go to About Phone and then tap on System Updates.

-- The phone will check for the update. If it is available, download and install it. Follow the onscreen instructions to do it. 

Credits: India Today



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