Motorola Edge (2021) and Edge+ receive Android 12 update

Motorola has sped up the Android 12 rollout for eligible phones. The company has just released the stable Android 12 update for Motorola Edge (2021) and Edge Plus. Just a few days ago, the update hits the Moto G50, Moto G200, and Moto Edge 20 Pro. And now its a time for the last year’s Edge and Edge+. The new firmware is packed with a slew of new features and enhancements. Read along to know more about Motorola Edge (2021) and Edge+ Android 12 update.

Motorola is rolling the new firmware in a staged manner, will take some time to reach every region. Currently, the upgrade for the vanilla Motorola Edge has been spotted in the US and India. In the US, the software is labeled with S1RM32.48-18-11, while the Indian version comes with S1RG32.53-18-11. It weighs around 1.08GB in size for download, and a bunch of users had allegedly received the new update, here’s a screenshot from the Twitter user (@namthesam01).

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Moving to the Motorola Edge Plus (2020), then currently the update is seeding in parts of Europe, a wider rollout should follow in a few days. The new software for XT2061-3-SS (model number) comes with the S1PB32.41-10-17 build number. This build requires 1.45GB of data for download. Here’s a screenshot of the changelog shared by a Twitter user (@JeffreyvdV3lde).

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Moving to the features and changes, then Motorola’s My UX based Android 12 comes with features like Material You, an updated notification panel, new widgets, and a bunch of security and privacy features. Apart from that, the update comes with a slew of customization options such as font style, size, colors, icon shapes, layouts, wallpapers, and more from the home screen menu. The update will also bump up the monthly security patch version and brings more stability.

Motorola Edge (2021) and Edge+ Android 12 update

If you own any of the two Edge series phones, then you can now upgrade your smartphone to the new Android 12 OS. You can head over to the Settings > System > Advanced > System updates and check for the new updates.

If the update is not available, you can wait for a few days or update it manually. Before updating your phone make sure to charge it to at least 50% and also make a backup of important data.

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By Haneet Singh

He enjoys troubleshooting with iOS & Android devices. He loves to keep in touch with the latest technology! He loves to do experiments on new Operating Systems.

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