Launched in late 2014, the Motorola Moto G (second generation) has begun to officially receive the update to Android 6.0 Marshmallow. For now, the update (24.41.34.en.03) has been detected in India, although it is expected to expand soon by the rest of the world.
The Motorola Moto G (2014) run so far under the version of Android 5.0 Lollipop, and eventually hit the shelves with an even earlier version, the Android 4.4.4 KitKat. Being a smartphone with a layer of customization with little modification. Uupdating to Android 6.0, Moto G 2014 includes almost all the features of this version of Android.
If we look at the page that Motorola has enabled to unveil the changes brought by Android 6.0 update to Moto G second generation, we find new better optimization of applications running in the background, better management of application permissions or DND mode, in addition to the usual enhancements and fixes made in every new update.
Among the most important news that Motorola Moto G 2014 will benefit will be the Doze mode, which will make use of advanced energy-saving battery life. There will also be a new permission system for applications. This means that you can choose and verify each app allowed to be supplied in the smartphone, for maximum security.
The update detected among users of Moto G (2014) in India occupies a space of 464.2 MB, and is being distributed through a notice telling the availability of Marshmallow. In this notice, users only have to click on the option “Yes, I’m in” to start the installation. It is expected that Android 6.0 update to Moto G 2014 start shipping in the world over the next few days.
Although the update is notified through a message, users can also check availability manually entering settings by clicking on “About phone” and, finally, entering “System Updates” to see if there are any new version. We therefore await the first confirmation about the release of update also in our continent; if you are among the holders of Moto G 2014 will not hesitate to notify us of the arrival of the update to Marshmallow via comments.