The Lenovo-owned smartphone brand Motorola has started pushing a new firmware update for the Moto X4 units. The handset was launched back in 2017 with Android 7.1 Nougat out-of-the-box. Currently, the device is running on Android 9.0 Pie with mid-range budget specifications. Now, Moto X4 (XT1900-1) receives the latest February 2020 Security patch update that bumps up a new software version PPWS29.69-39-6-5 based on Android Pie.
According to the changelog, the update only brings the latest February 2020 Android Security Patch level that offers improved system security and bug fixes. It also fixed major security vulnerabilities in the system component that could enable a remote attacker to affect Android devices. So, we will recommend all the Moto X4 users to install this new patch update. The firmware update is rolling out via OTA in batches.
Changelog and Firmware Details: PPWS29.69-39-6-5
What’s New: Android security: Includes updates of Android security patches through February 1, 2020
- Device Name: Moto X4
- Model Number: XT1900-1
- Software Variant: google_fi
- Software Channel: retus
- Build Number: PPWS29.69-39-6-5
- Android Version: 9.0 Pie
Check OTA Updates Manually
As the firmware OTA update always roll-out in an incremental manner, you can manually check for the OTA update. Therefore, you can go to the device Settings > System > Advanced > System updates. If the latest software update is available on your device, then you can download and install it.
Make sure that the device is connected to a Wi-Fi connection and charge it more than 50%. Meanwhile, you can check the guide to force download the latest OTA update on your Android device, if in case, the OTA update notification isn’t appearing. You can also reboot your device as some times the update appears after restarting the phone.