Android 4.4.3 is slowly making its way towards all the devices officially blessed with a (near) stock Android experience, including Nexus phones and tablets, Google Play Edition devices, and Motorola’s Moto lineup.
While variants of the Moto X got first in queue for Android 4.4.3 earlier this week, the Moto G isn’t left behind. An incremental over the air update is heading towards US GSM versions of the phone, and one user has captured the update file and made it available for everyone on the XDA-Developers forums.
The 169MB update brings Android 4.4.3, but also a few other Moto-specific goodies, including the new Moto Alert app (introduced on the Moto E) and the ability to pause and resume video recording.
Head over here to get your flashable Android 4.4.3 OTA file for the US-version GSM Moto G. If you have a device from a different location, you will probably need to flash an US Android 4.4.2 firmware first in order to be able to install the 4.4.3 update. Details here.
Users of unlocked GSM, T-Mobile, and the Brazilian Moto X, are also in for a surprise – OTAs for their specific variants can be found here.
For all devices, make sure you are running the proper firmware before installing the Android 4.4.3 OTAs. If you need a walkthrough, our handy sideloading guide will give you all the instructions you need to safely install a new Android version on your device. Enjoy!