Motorola rolls out Android 12 update for Moto G Power (2022)

Just a few days ago, Motorola released the Android 12 update for the Moto G Pure (2021). Now the American smartphone OEM has started pushing the Android 12 upgrade to the Moto G Power (2022). The upgrade goes live for both carrier-locked and unlocked variants. If you own Moto G Power (2022) then you can install the new update on your phone. Since it is a major update, it brings a big list of new features and changes, read along to know all details about the Moto G Power (2022) Android 12 update.

Motorola plants the Android 12 update on the G Power (2022) with the S3RQ32.20-42-10 software version number. Just like the other major software upgrades, this one requires a big chunk of data for downloading, this one weighs around 1.55GB. Since the Moto G Power (2022) was released with Android 11, it is the first big update for the smartphone.

Motorola took too much time to give a major upgrade to the smartphone, but better late than never, right? The update is already available to some users, here’s a screenshot shared by a Reddit user (@sanick9710). Apart from that, Verizon has also confirmed the rollout of Android 12 for Moto G Power (2022). The update will bump up the monthly security patch to August 2022.

Moto g power (2022) android 12 update

Talking about the features and changes, the Moto G Power (2022) receives a new update 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.

Now if you own a Moto G Power (2022) and want to update your phone to the latest Android 12, then navigate to Settings > About Phone > System Updates, now if there’s a new update, select Yes I’m in to start downloading the software, once downloaded, tap on Install Now.

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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