The original Moto X from 2013 has been updated to Android 5.1 Lollipop in June. In July even AT&T's version of the smartphone got the update. However, Verizon's model is only now about to receive the new software.
The carrier nicknamed Big Red has finally approved the update for the Moto X, which means the new bits are now headed to the devices so far stuck on Android 4.4. The fact that Motorola decided to skip the Android 5.0 Lollipop release for the original Moto X will make this an even bigger deal for people who bought the handset from Verizon. Hence, the changelog is pretty big. If you're interested in going through it all, make sure you hit the Source link below.
As usual with these things, allow a few days for the update to reach you if it hasn't already, since such rollouts are staged. After applying it, you'll be on software version 222.21.39.
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