Motorola has rolled out February security patch in Europe for the Moto Z smartphones. With build number NPLS18.104.22.168, the latest update is being rolled out via OTA. If you have access to Moto Z handsets and are based in Europe, you will be eligible to receive the February security patch.
In addition to regular security updates, the latest update also provides resolution to various bug fixes reported by users. The update has been introduced via OTA in a phased manner. Hence, it will take some time for the message notification to appear on display depending on your region. However, if you are not willing to wait, then you can manually verify the presence of the update by tapping Settings | About device | System updates.
If you can see a message notification, you should not hurry to install it. You should make sure that you have charged the phone either completely or at least 50 percent. Moreover, you should disable mobile data and activate Wi-Fi to enable you to download and install the update without any difficulty.
Loaded with Android Marshmallow, the Moto Z was introduced with premium features. The handset received Android Nougat update in December 2016. Moreover, there are reports that Motorola will soon push Android 7.1.1 update. If you are based in Europe and use Moto Z, you should update your phone to stay protected against unwanted viruses and malware.
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