Moto g 1 I got 5.1 update its good battery life improved while on WiFi and mobile data for 2 hours and apps also runs smoothly
I had got an ota update for my motog2 last week but unfortunately I cancelled the download and again I went to settings system update it is showing device is up to date not able to download again?
So I guess it wouldn't be a good idea to flash this on my Moto G that is on LXB22.46-32 build ? I have Android 5.0.2 but I want this 5.1
Anonymous, 02 Apr 2015Maybe this will help:
There is no kernel entit... morehave you gone through the kernel part of the explanation you will see the difference there.
The point is an OS requires a kernel.
This is what I like about Motorola. They are making much better smartphone than any other manufacture at much lower cost. No bloatware on their device. More importantly they remember their customers. They are not like Samsung, HTC or Sony who only give OS update to a few of their top tier phone where as Motorola give update to most of their device. Even Moto E(1st gen) got lollipop update faster than Galaxy Note.
Samsung,HTC or Sony etc. think like "yeah I sold that device, I got my profit, why would I do extra work for it? It won't give me extra money"
But Motorola think about both themselves and us by giving continuous update.
after updating my moto g 2nd gen to android 5.0.2 i m unable to connect to wifi .
AnonD-375671, 02 Apr 2015kernel links hardware to OS....it is different from OS Maybe this will help:
There is no kernel entity in there. The kernel is part of the OS.
You'd think in this day and age looking up a simple definition is not something you'd need help with.
gaaglu, 02 Apr 2015Not true, since hardware manufacturer Motorola should make the existing drivers compatible. Bu... moreHere, this is how it works:
For a GPE device, the manufacturer only runs some validation tests.
PS With all due respect, "no modification to OS. Only kernel code changes!!!" is one of the most retarded things I have ever read. From a purely logical standpoint, if the kernel in not part of the OS, what is?
Anonymous, 02 Apr 2015GPE devices are updated by Google. Motorola did not have a hand in this.Not true, since hardware manufacturer Motorola should make the existing drivers compatible. But no modification to OS. Only kernel code changes!!!