I bought my Moto g 4 plus in united state. But still now I don't received nougat updating on my phone. When I can receive the updation.
AnonD-627391, 02 Jan 2017Perhaps you should go get a Samsung?....Oh wait...they haven't even begun to roll out the upda... moreThere are limitations. These OEMs are not the developers of android. Its google. Google make it available first in their own pixels and then only make it available for other manufactures. How can lenovo or samsung make the updates so fast like pixels? They are not the creators of android. What ever they are doing their best to make it faster. Google bought moto only for their patents and promoting their OS and services.
After updating I am facing a serious problem in audio, now the audio quality is not upto the mark. Before Singh that problem I was satisfied with this update there is much more settings added which are very useful to us.
Plzz suggest me if there is a solution for improving audio quality?
AnonD-621702, 01 Jan 2017How to cast moto g4 plus with sony smartt tvFirst connect to your Sony smart TV.......... Go to settings > display..... At the bottom there's cast..... Click cast..... There you'll find the name of your TV click on it and simply cast..... Make sure your TV has Google cast screen open as sometimes it does not connect.
AnonD-621702, 02 Jan 2017After updating nougat battery backup is not goodSame here...... Been experiencing battery drain even when not using my phone...... Drains 27% in an about one and a half hour........ Although some users have no battery issue there is a healthy percentage of people facing the problem which needs to be fixed.
Do not try this updation. This drains my battery faster than I had marshmallow on my device. I'm a moto g4 plus user. Now it closing the apps while its in use. I'm posting this from my friends phone. My mobile data is not working. Now I'm not able to recieve or make a call. Please fix this issue faster. Please.
The Android 7.0 update is not stable yet some bugs need to be fixed and a little UI needs to change
AnonD-627391, 02 Jan 2017Perhaps you should go get a Samsung?....Oh wait...they haven't even begun to roll out the upda... moreI remember when I bought the first gen of moto g. Motorola offered a good balance between hardware and quick updates for a fair price, basically because they use a clean copy of android without bloatware. And that was their competitive advantage from the other companies and of course, the phone was absolutely a success.
Moto g4+ is a great phone for the price but Lenovo is not keeping the quick update policy that we love in the first generations
Tom, 01 Jan 2017Absolutely agree, all I read is India everywhere, what about the American continent? I bought ... morePerhaps you should go get a Samsung?....Oh wait...they haven't even begun to roll out the update yet...Stop whining,you got a budget phone that'll get nougat before the s7...I have zero problems with the speed of the update frankly
So many people upset that they haven't got the update yet....Samsung's flagship devices haven't even got nougat yet. They started rolling out the nougat update on a budget device before Samsung's flagship devices.....that's pretty good to me!
Also pay attention to the complaints about those who have nougat.....this is what can happen if an update is released too quick
I bought g4 + pure Android and fast upgrades and still nothing. Big disappointment. Lenovo is not good policy. Europe is just about the update in vain when it's read.
Eli, 01 Jan 2017When I look up "Moto G4 Plus Nougat" literally all I see is "rolling out in India", India, Ind... moreAbsolutely agree, all I read is India everywhere, what about the American continent? I bought this g4+ in Mexico and now I'm in Argentina.
No updates, no nothing.
Lenovo for me is not an option anymore, I remember when they had a quick update politics, now that's gone.
Good job Lenovo. You lost a customer
When I look up "Moto G4 Plus Nougat" literally all I see is "rolling out in India", India, India, India.
If the phone is unlocked out of the box, why can't Lenovo roll it out to the US where carrier's dominate updating? Or better than that, why don't they get off their lazy butts and actually work on it? They're ruining Motorola's good reputation of fast updates. Lenovo got Marshmallow out faster, mostly before the new year, not counting carrier's.