February 09, 2019: A new update is available for the Moto G4 Plus in the U.S. The update tags along Android 8.1 Oreo, an update that G4 Plus users have been waiting to arrive since 2017. The beta version came out in September 2018 and five months later, the stable version is now ready to begin rolling out.
The update is now rolling out in the U.S. and India but those in other markets should be able to receive Android Oreo on their Moto G4 Plus handsets sometime in February itself or in March.
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For the latest software update news relating to the Motorola Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus, you’ve arrived in the right place. On this page, we have details about if and when to expect the next version of Android OS as well as the availability of Android security updates.
Moto G4 and G4 Plus Pie update
- Not eligible for Pie update
None of the Motorola Moto G4 and Moto G4 Plus are eligible for an update to Android 9 Pie officially. Of course, it’s likely that Pie-based custom ROMs may hit the market later on, but we cannot be sure about this. We will update this post with the new info if and when we get it.
Related: Motorola Android 9 Pie update news
Moto G4 and G4 Plus Oreo update
- Stable Oreo update available for G4 Plus
- Available in the U.S. and India now
- Should be reaching other markets by March 2019
- Moto G4 not eligible for Android 8.1 Oreo
Motorola wasn’t planning to provide an update to Android Oreo for the Moto G4 Plus, but after facing numerous requests from fans, the company did confirm that an Oreo update would be made available for the Plus variant, but since it wasn’t planned, the company would take its sweet time to make this software update available.
It is, for this reason, the Oreo beta program had to wait until September 2018 to arrive on the Moto G4 Plus, with the stable update arriving on February 09, 2019, in the U.S.
Will I get further updates over ota?
can i install ota blur by using twrp recovery???
i bought the 32GB version on prime day and got a ton of credits and promos, bringing the total cost to $75 so I’m not going to complain. Still wish I could unlock that bootloader, but the ads don’t bother me at all.
So this OTA version is BETA, will I get final version over OTA from moto after is ready to roll out ? or am I stuck with this one ? also will it work on XT1644 ???
1. Will it void the phone’s warranty if i install it manually by downloading the file?
2. Will i be able to get further updates of original official Nougat update??
3. It is possible to remove this version and go back to marshmallow inbuilt OS?
Ive downloaded the zip file in my moto g4 plus but are you sure whether this ota update will work on moto g4 plus????
excuse bro plzz tell me how u installed it…..my id [email protected] .com
Hey guys, I have a moto g4 xt1621 and I really want to upgrade it to Nougat, but no idea if I can damage my phone, cause it isn’t in the showed list. Please help 🙁 Does anybody knows why that model isn’t listed?
will it work for redmi phones??? if not then do share a post on it
i have npj25.93-14 moto g4 but want to relock the device but it cant because there is no rom about the latest version npj25.93-14, is there any method to relock the device using ota zip, after latest update the rom version npj25.93-11 not working because ota updates os and it cant relock from downgrade versions of rom so please provide me the link of latest build npj25.93-14 for xt1624 model moto g4
is it working on moto e3 power???
will warranty void if i install blur version in moto g4 plus…?
can i get future OTA updates if i install blur version in my moto g4 plus…?
Motorola wasn’t planning to provide an update to Android Oreo for the Moto G4 Plus, but after facing numerous requests from fans, the company did confirm that an Oreo update will be made available for the Plus variant,
this statement is false as in moto g4 ad they said update for Android 7 and android 8 and later, moto dint stick up with a promise it dropped android 8 updated after heavy blacklash from user to save the face they promised to update android 8
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