AT&T Moto Z2 Force receives Blueborne security patch as update version NCX26.122-59-8-6

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A new update has been recently released for the AT&T Motorola Moto Z2 Force Edition(XT1789). This is a pretty important software update, as it includes a fix for the Blueborne bluetooth exploit. The update is available as an OTA, so if you’ve got the notification, we recommend you install it right away.

The build number of this update is NCX26.122-59-8-6 and it is based on Android 7.1.1 Nougat. As per the changelog, the update will install the September Android security patch and also fix the Blueborne vulnerability.

What is Blueborne? Well, this is a recently discovered exploit that can allows hackers to take over any device with Bluetooth connectivity. Blackberry and Google have already fixed the vulnerability on their devices, and Apple has done the same for the iPhone. Many Android manufacturers have already fixed the bug for their devices, but many are yet to receive it.

Also readBlueBorne attack and Android: Everything you need to know

If you own an AT&T Moto Z2 Force Edition, do check the Updates section to see if this new software update is available. It weighs around 85MB. Before installing the update, make sure your device is connected to WiFi and has more than 50 percent charge.

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