We have great news for users of the Sprint Moto X smartphone all over the world. Their device is ready to receive the long awaited Android 4.4.2 KitKat update, although we must admit that it might not look as being such a huge jump from the previous Android 4.4 update, just as it also happened with the other U.S. Cellular, T-Mobile and Verizon updates. But this doesn’t mean that this update doesn’t have anything new to offer; on the contrary, it comes with some bugs fixes that we were all hoping to get, not to mention that it manages to increase battery life of your Motorola Moto X handset.
What to Expect from the latest Android 4.4.2 Update
To be more precise, here’s what all Moto X users should expect to receive from this Android 4.4.2 156.5MB update:
- Improved battery life – by fixing those bugs that many of you have previously complained as causing a shorter battery life after upgrading to the Android 4.4 OS version;
- Printing documents and pictures – have you previously heard of other Android devices as having support for printing photos, GMail messages, Google Docs, and so on via Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and hosted services like HP ePrinters or Google Cloud Print? We know that your Sprint Moto X wasn’t one of them, but things are about to change and you’ll also have this advantage;
- Fixed email sync delays – are you one of those people having problems with that bug that could cause email services like Microsoft Exchange to experience delays in data synchronization? In this case, we can once again tell you that the latest Android 4.4.2 KitKat update comes with the bug fix that you are waiting and your problem will be solved.
Manually Pull the Update
If you haven’t received any notification up to now, you can manually pull the update. You can do so by simply going into your Settings app, in the ‘About Phone’ section and then selecting ‘System Updates’ > ‘Download’ > and finally, ‘Install.’
Or maybe you are one of those lucky ones that already have the latest Android 4.4.2 KitKat update on their Sprint Moto X, so we are curious to hear your opinions regarding these changes mentioned in the change-log. Are they exactly as presented? Is this update offering something that we don’t know about at this point?