Today AT&T started sending a new system update for AT&T Moto Z2 Force running Android 7.0 Nougat which rolls out with build version number NCX26.122-59-8-6. The update bring Blueborne Security Patch for AT&T Moto Z2 Force. Along with BlueBorne Security patch, AT&T also updated the regular bug fixes and improvements.
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Well if you are wondering What is Blueborne Attack, then let me explain it to you shortly. BlueBorne is a new virus which is been attacked on any smartphone wirelessly through Bluetooth. If your Bluetooth is on, then this virus doesn’t require to interact in any way, nor does it require them to pair their devices with the malicious one. It happens completely in the background which allows the hacker to gain access to a device or a network in order to carry out their mischievous work. So now if you install this security patch update, then your Moto Z2 Force will be safe from this kind of Vulnerabilities.
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AT&T has started rolling out the new OTA (over the air)update for Blueborne Security via build number NCX26.122-59-8-6 for AT&T Moto Z2 Force today. This update is still based on Android 7.0 Nougat and not on Android 7.1 Nougat. There is nothing new in this update except the Blueborne Security update with build number NCX26.122-59-8-6.
The new update of Blueborne Security via update NCX26.122-59-8-6 for AT&T Moto Z2 Force comes with some improvements in the overall ROM and stability with a Blueborne security update.
Before hitting the download two things need to be ensured. First, your device needs to be connected to a WiFi network and second, your device’s battery needs to be fully charged.
If you still waiting for this new Blueborne Security via update NCX26.122-59-8-6 for Moto Z2 Force, Go to Settings –> About Phone–> System updates to see if you have an Over-The-Air update. If your phone has received the latest OTA update, then tap YES, IM IN and select Wi-Fi or Mobile network to download. Once the download is done, tap on INSTALL button to start updating your Moto Z2 Force with NCX26.122-59-8-6. Before updating the Blueborne Security update on AT&T Moto Z2 Force, first of all, you need a WiFi connection to download and please make sure your battery has enough juice.
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Manually Update the OTA for Blueborne Security via update NCX26.122-59-8-6 for AT&T Moto Z2 Force
If you have not received any update, then you can download the OTA update from our below download link. The Update comes with 115MB size. You can manually update the OTA instead of waiting for OTA to hit your phone. To update manually with NCX26.122-59-8-6 on AT&T Moto Z2 Force can take only 8-10 minutes approximately. Read the steps below on How to Update the latest OTA updates on AT&T Moto Z2 Force manually.
- This Update is only for AT&T Moto Z2 Force users.
- GetDroidTips.com is not responsible for any damage to your phone while installing this Update.
- Take a complete backup of your phone and then proceed.
Remember, your AT&T Moto Z2 Force must have a Stock Recovery in order to flash this update. If you don’t have a stock Recovery, then download the stock recovery for AT&T Moto Z2 Force below and flash the Stock Recovery using fastboot mode.
New Build Available At NCX26.122-59-8-11-1
Instructions to Install
- First of all, Go to Settings –> About Phone –> Tap on Build Number 7 Times.
- Go to Developer Options –> Enable USB Debugging.
- Download Android Nougat for Moto Z2 Force from above and save it in Internal storage.
- Now Reboot Moto Z2 Force to Recovery Mode.
- Select Apply Update from SD Card.
- Select the Downloaded ZIP file from SD Card.
- Wait until Installation process Completes.
- Once the Installation completed. Reboot the Phone.
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