Moto Z Play receives April security patch update in the US, build NPNS25.137-24-1-9

The Motorola Moto Z Play is receiving a new security update in the U.S. The Z Play is already running Android Nougat, but this new update only installs the latest security patch.

If you’ve got a Moto Z Play, you will be or you may already have received the notification for this update. The update is a small one, and it installs the April Android security patch. You will receive the update over-the-air.

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The build number for the new update is NPNS25.137-24-1-9 and we highly recommend that you download and install it right away. There are no other features or enhancements included in the update.

Before installing the update, make sure your device is plugged in or has more than 50 percent of battery life. It is also recommended that you download the update over a stable WiFi connection. The Moto Z Play could also start receiving the Android 7.1.1 Nougat update soon.

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2 Comments

  1. What’s the deal with this “suggested” update? In 30 years of owning cellular devices (started with a Motorola Cityman) I’ve never been so accosted for a “recommended” update. Anyone else annoyed with the “excited” tactics employed by whomever is coercing us to comply?

    When I click NO… it means NO… not interrupt every operation I do every 10 minutes until I comply!

    This is rude, crude, bullying and morally, ethically reprehensible… I know its easy to forget the past and “blaze a new “digital” communication trail devoid of previous regulatory limits, restrictions or oversight, but on the way to the Orwellian future of big brother and total information awareness, doesn’t anyone want to honor any of the old courtesies?

    If your marketing department is going to continue to use the term “phone” in its descriptions, shouldn’t you then comply with at least a few of the regulations of the 1924 telecommunications act?

    Smart technology, YES… Smart ass strong arm tactics, NO… NOT EVER!

  2. What’s the deal with this “suggested” update? In 30 years of owning cellular devices (started with a Motorola Cityman) I’ve never been so accosted for a “recommended” update. Anyone else annoyed with the “excited” tactics employed by whomever is coercing us to comply?

    When I click NO… it means NO… not interrupt every operation I do every 10 minutes until I comply!

    This is rude, crude, bullying and morally, ethically reprehensible… I know its easy to forget the past and “blaze a new “digital” communication trail devoid of previous regulatory limits, restrictions or oversight, but on the way to the Orwellian future of big brother and total information awareness, doesn’t anyone want to honor any of the old courtesies?

    If your marketing department is going to continue to use the term “phone” in its descriptions, shouldn’t you then comply with at least a few of the regulations of the 1924 telecommunications act?

    Smart technology, YES… Smart ass strong arm tactics, NO… NOT EVER!

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