In this case it should be clear for you that you are applying an official procedure, so the warranty of your phone will not get void.
The OTA can be applied only on locked Android smartphones, while the official Android OS can be manually installed on both rooted and locked Motorola Moto E (so if you have rooted your phone, you will not be able to receive the OTA notification, thus a manual update procedure will be a must).
You must update to most recent version in order to use with all capable phones.
I am not much for using the normal phone buttons to input contact names.
Being able to use my computer to add or take away contacts is easy with this suite.
Unfortunately the OTA roll outs are usually offered in phases so not all the Moto E users will receive the firmware at the same time.
Due to same reasons, you might want to flash the software manually.
Only downside I had was getting to view messages in one area.
You can save them in different ways but some messages did not transfer and the ones that did were i different format which was confusing.
This tutorial is perfect for both entry level and advanced Android users, as we will begin by checking how to check if an OTA update is available for your Moto E and then we will explain more complex procedures that are implying some tricks in order to safely update your Motorola Moto E.
Moreover this tutorial will also be the best solution to use when trying to fix a soft bricked Android device, or when trying to revoke root access, unlock bootloader and restore the warranty on your smartphone.
Hi-I'm new here-I have Motorola Phone Tools v5.13-when I try to update to v5.27,the download proceeds smoothly, but the installation does not complete itselfand I get this error "Error number ox1, Unable to decompress a file, An Internal errorhas occured" Do you folks have any solution for this?