Android Use 5.1.1 Download For Moto 360 Released

Owners of the Moto 360 smartwatch have actually worked out severe persistence in regards to future updates of Android, now it resembles the wait might be over. Proud wearers of the beautiful Moto 360 timepiece will certainly be happy to hear that Android 5.1.1 has now started rolling out to the device as an over-the-air (OTA) upgrade. Like most updates of this nature, it may eventually end up taking a couple of days before all Moto 360 device owners start seeing the upgrade filter through to their devices.

The most recent upgrade in the world of Android Wear, version 5.1.1, initially revealed back in April, has actually currently begun to filter to a number of other popular wearables, which is partially why Moto 360 owners have actually been left feeling a little unhappy and forgotten about. There hasn’t been an excellent amount of main interaction coming out of the Motorola camp relating to the issue aside from to state that a number of “performance concerns” and concerns had delayed the Android Wear 5.1.1 upgrade from hitting the device, but it seems that they have actually now been resolved, hopefully, offering the green light for the upgrade to be pressed out to all owners.


Among Google’s senior designers, Wayne Piekarksi, validated the instant rollout of Android Use 5.1.1 to the Moto 360 Android Wear device through his own Google+ account, making sure to handle expectations concerning the shipping time of the update:

Just to let you all understand, the latest version of Android Wear is going to begin rolling out via an over-the-air (OTA) upgrade to the Moto 360 today! OTA rollouts are constantly done over a duration of lots of days, so it will spend some time to receive your update.

Users of the Moto 360 will certainly have the ability to take pleasure in extra functions within Android Wear such as linking the watch straight to a WiFi network to get alerts without a connected smartphone, as well as the addition of brand-new emoji input, new app launcher and more.

Let’s hope those performance concerns have been finally put to bed though.

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