The upgrade comes with new features like Doze mode, screen dimming, improved app permissions, new gestures, Moto Body Running, the ability to set the time manually and Bluetooth audio improvements. Of course, we can’t forget about the usual batch of performance improvements and bug fixes.
It’s a significant update, which is why your Moto 360’s battery needs to be at at least 50% in order for the update process to go through. Honestly, I would just leave it charging will the whole thing finishes up.
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As it usually goes with these updates, Moto 360 (2nd gen) users will be getting those upgrade notifications in phases. If you are not getting yours yet, just wait patiently. Motorola mentions it should take “a few days” to roll out, but we all know how that goes.
Have any of you actually received the update yet? Which is your favorite new feature? Hit the comments to let us know!