Motorola Moto 360 gets its Android 5.1.1 update, Wi-Fi support and other novelties included

The reports suggesting a delay in the arrival of Android 5.1.1 updates for the Moto 360 smartwatch were quite disappointing that caused a bad name to Motorola Moto 360. The delay that was reportedly caused by some performance issues surfaced in Moto 360 now seems solved by the company.

The Moto 360 is again back in the list to receive the updates and it may not take us too long to have the updates on the wearable. Reports suggested the updates arriving within days, right in the current week. Motorola is also getting ready to present the updates to its users in an informed way here are few to discuss.

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As we have discussed in past posts the Android Lollipop updates were developed to fix issues and bring some innovation into the amazing lollipop version of Android OS. The recent Android 5.1.1 updates are a nice show of these improvements. Motorola while bringing the 5.1.1 updates to the Moto 360 has produces some promotional packages to tell the users what to expect after installing the updates right on their wearable.

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The short videos by Motorola are here to showcase the updates features on the Moto 360. You will get now on your Moto 360 no only an improved connectivity but also some nice gesture responses. After updates you can easily connect the device to Wi-Fi and enjoy many connectivity supported apps.

There are some nice gestures and emojis which you can experience thru your finger tips on the Moto 360 after updates. You can scroll the face of Motorola wearable up to view the new notification and an upward gesture will show previous notifications. Apart from the few key features showed in the video, updates also include feature to change font size and some other features.

And if you still don’t own a Moto 360 just get the device with updates from Amazon who sell it with most attractive rate.

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