We’re now not completely positive what number of of our readers are nonetheless rocking the original Motorola Moto X (the tiny one from 2013), so much much less what number of of you're with Sprint. But if that’s you, you’re in for a deal with.
It turns out the Moto X 2013 is now receiving an update to Android 5.1 Lollipop on Sprint — a reasonably large leap from Android 4.4. KitKat its recently operating. Sprint says it’s wearing the tool model LPA23.12-39.10 and excluding all of the candies that Lollipop brings (you can check out some of those features here), it additionally includes the important patches for Stagefright.
We’re now not totally positive how smartly Lollipop will run on twin-center Android tool from 2 years in the past, however we’d suggest backing up the whole thing and acting a whole manufacturing unit reset upon updating. It’s now not obligatory, however beginning recent may well be useful in heading off any insects or different weirdness that comes from making the bounce to a brand new Android model. Especially while its as large because the leap is from KitKat to 5.1.