Rolled out September 2019 security update for Motorola Moto X4

It’s always a matter of importance when a two-year-old device gets timely updates. Motorola is pretty notorious for not being quite punctual with its software updates. However, Motorola Moto X4 has a bit of better luck than its companions. The device has been getting regular software patches from the last few months. In fact, it also got a major step up to Android 9.0 Pie. The Moto X4 was launched with the now-extinct Android 7.1 Nougat.

Now coming back to the current scenario, the Moto X4 is getting September 2019 Android security patch. The OEM has announced of the Moto X4 September update on its support page. Here you can have a look at that.

From the changelog, we can infer that the update only brings the security patch. Yes, there may be some minor tweaks to the device. However, there are no major upgrades as such.

As of now, there are no user reports from anywhere who have received the Motorola Moto X4 September 2019 update. So, maybe it will roll in phases. First, a limited number of users will get the update. Then the update will seed globally.

OTAs are server-dependent. Besides, there are other factors like tele-carrier and geographical region which affects the rollout of a software patch.

In case you receive the update, with the above changelog, you have to do this. Tap on Download and Install. You may use WiFi to get done with the update process faster. Don’t forget to reboot your machine once the update is complete.

In case you are having a hard time waiting for the update, then you can manually search for the update. It is an effective method to grab the OTA. Here’s what you have to do.

Checking Update

Go to the Settings > System > System Updates > Check for Updates. Basically you will have to perform a check for the latest update. Once it shows up as available simply tap Download and Install. That’s it.

So, cross your fingers and wait for the latest update to arrive. Also, if you notice any minor changes in your Motorola Moto X4 after upgrading to the latest September 2019 update.

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