The Motorola Moto G has been given its fair share of bouquets by many people for being one of the best devices at its price point, but this does not mean that this is the perfect handset. In fact, the Motorola Moto G, too, has its fair share of shortfall, where it has affected a few unlucky users, annoying them in the process. Still, it is nice to see that Motorola has a heart for their users, and they have begun to push out an update to the GSM models of the Moto G, which means just about all except for the Verizon model.
This particular update would carry its version number 174.44.1, and it has reportedly been pushed out to US and UK models of the Moto G. Apart from that, it ought to roll out to the rest of the masses around the world in due time. The change log does depict a fix for the bug that has caused cell signal loss for users, in addition to ensuring the low call volume issue will be a thing of the past, while there should no longer be any more issues concerning wallpaper cropping. Oh yeah, trouble with USB on the Go? That can also be consigned to the past. Good to know that the sale to Lenovo has not affected its best business practices.
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