Motorola Edge 30 starts getting Android 13 update

Motorola kicked off its Android 13 rollout plan with the Moto Edge 30 Pro last month. A few days after the release, the company pushed the new software to the Edge 20 Pro. Today, the company releases the new software for the vanilla Moto Edge 30. Obviously, the upgrade is rolling with a slew of new features and changes. Read along to know all details about the Moto Edge 30 Android 13 update.

The Motorola Edge 30 is receiving the new software with the T1RD33.116-33-3 software version. As always, it is rolling in a staged manner, currently available in India. The new upgrade comes with an April security patch. As it is a major upgrade, it requires a big chunk of data for downloading, the should weigh between 1GB to 2GB, so make sure you have enough data as well as storage on your device.

Motorola Edge 30 Android 13 update

Thanks to a Reddit user for sharing the details. Motorola is pushing the new software to the smartphone with a slew of new features, the list includes revamped personalization panel with the support of more color palettes, updated notifications panel, revamped Music Player, Bluetooth LE audio support, per-app language feature, app notifications permission, and many more.

At the time of writing, we are not aware of the stability of the new update. I suggest you wait for a few days for an incremental upgrade and then install it on your phone, or if you are in a hurry, then you can take a backup of important data and then install it on your phone.

If you are a Moto Edge 30 owner and want to update to the Android 13 OS, then you can navigate to Settings > System > Advanced > System updates and check for the new updates. As it is currently in a rolling phase, you can wait for a few days for the official OTA notification. It is a big upgrade you can connect your phone to WiFi to cut down the download time.

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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