Motorola Update Services

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About this app

This is an update to the over-the-air (OTA) installer that downloads system updates.

This update is necessary to enable the upgrade to Android 5.x, Lollipop for the following devices:
Moto G (1st Gen.)
Moto E (1st Gen.)
Moto X (1st Gen.)
Moto G with 4G LTE (1st Gen.)

All users with these devices should accept this update.

Please see Motorola’s software upgrade page to check on the latest for your device.
Updated on
May 27, 2015

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This app may collect these data types
App info and performance and Device or other IDs
Data isn’t encrypted
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Ratings and reviews

339K reviews
Julia James
August 4, 2020
Several times I have tried to deny yet another update. You would think I could, considering this is my phone. However, the only thing it does is delay the update and on a later date updates anyway without permission. I have gone into the app and selected "disable". When that didn't seem to help I selected "force stop" only to go back into it later and find that it was turned right back on. I am becoming less and less happy with this system. This phone has downloaded features I do not agree with
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A Google user
November 6, 2018
Not happy with this. I was as meticulous about locking down all the permissions so that my new phone would not do any updates, unless I specified. Have it set so that if it does, they are over WiFi only. Nope, nope, and nope. Software was updated somehow while I was in transit, via cellular with 1.25gb, and Google as well. I know Google is metastasized to everything, but I think I only use it for navagating, and play store. With this new update I've lost the 65gb of music I had on my phone, and my photos and videos are stuck and cannot delete them. I've got a few hours of attempting to recover what was in good working condition before these updates. Why give the consumer an option to deny something if your going to do it anyway, that's not a good practice.
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May 29, 2024
Always is uninstalling itself telling me for sure all my devices and accounts are hacked at the operating system level. No scan will show anything as everything bad is a System app. My first clie was after factory reset it loads 433 apps. Check very carefully as this GitHub hacker is most likely in everything you own also.
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