Anonymous, 14 Jun 2015I have the Moto G 4G (XT1039). I hear a lot about updates to 5.1 but I still haven't seen anyt... more5.1 has started rolling out since 19th May. https://forums.motorola.com/posts/edc7501cc4?commentId=945658#945658
sol42, 18 Jun 2015 Here you can find the official lollipop release plan for Moto G and Moto 4G LTE: https://fo... moreThere is no problem with 5.1, my Moto G 4G got the 5.1 update last week. Battery life and performance has improved A LOT.
I repeat : they are liars.
actually don't exist the possibility to update lollipot 5.1 so it's impossible they did it
Anonymous, 14 Jun 2015I have the Moto G 4G (XT1039). I hear a lot about updates to 5.1 but I still haven't seen anyt... more
Here you can find the official lollipop release plan for Moto G and Moto 4G LTE:
Be aware of that staying on 4.4.4 KitKat might be a good idea if the battery drain bug for 3G is a problem for Moto G too (I don't know, I will stay on KitKat until I am sure it is fixed):
jenko, 14 Jun 2015Officially Motorola didn't upgrade to Lollipop so there is two possibilities: first. you are ... morefirst of all don't call anyone else a liar based on your own ignorance and stupidity, and 2nd Motorola has stated that the moto g 4g xt1045 will be updated to lolipop 5.1 when that happens is up in the air.
I have the Moto G 4G (XT1039). I hear a lot about updates to 5.1 but I still haven't seen anything. Is there any plan for this model or I shouldn't hope?
I bought a Motorola because they were "pure Android", almost like Nexus devices, and they were supposed to continue offering upgrades. If they don't do this, I don't really find a good reason to buy a Moto instead of another brand...
Officially Motorola didn't upgrade to Lollipop so there is two possibilities:
first. you are a liar or you are speaking about another model phone but not moto g 4g.
Just upgraded my moto g 4g 1st gen to Lolipop 5.1, officially! Nice and awesome mobile OS
vino, 08 Jun 2015am using Moto XT1068 model, will that support 4G ? Check "cellular networks", then " preferred network type ", there you should see 2g, 3g and, if your device is capable, 4g.
I was surprised about Moto. They are cheating all moto g4g onwners when planned upgrade to v5.1 (Lollipop) and don't arrives.
Another phonemaker without any credibility. Moto is the second one that I never will buy any devices. I hope all onwers are doing the same to avoid these tricky companies.
They must learn from apple.
Yes this is the XT1039 model with 4G/LTE. I just brought my Mrs one. Great little phone for the money.
Try to use different charger, It should not be moto g brand,