AT&T Moto X

We're pretty sure it has to be Android 4.4.2

Folks with an AT&T flavored Moto X (I hear it tastes like pickles) and have signed up for the Motorola Feedback network are getting invites for a new soak test this afternoon. While it's called "an early preview of a new software release," odds are that this is the Android 4.4.2 update like we've seen on other carriers already.

Thanks for joining the Motorola Feedback Network. We are inviting owners of the Moto X on AT&T to participate in an early preview of a new software release, and provide feedback. If you are not currently using an AT&T Moto X, please excuse and ignore this email.

Click this link -- [redacted] -- to take the enrollment survey if you wish to take part. Note that you must be a member in good standing of the Motorola Owners' Forums to be included. The registration window could close without notice so please respond as quickly as possible.

This is a confidential test under the terms of the Motorola Feedback Network. Do not post any details or information about this on any public sites.

Thanks -- please understand that start times are always fluid. We ask for your patience if you register but don't hear from us right away.

If you're not part of the Motorola Feedback program, there is no need to fret. Lately these soak tests have been short and sweet, and the general release follow soon after the soak begins.

Thanks to all the anonymous peeps who sent this in!

 
There are 24 comments

Jamaar White says:

FINALLY! This Share bug will finally be gone.

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clay gerry says:

Okay, I'm confused. Moto X from AT&T already has 4.4.2. I just got a moto x two days ago and it updated to kit kat.

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ansextra says:

Moto X on AT&T is 4.4

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Do you have the unlocked gsm model, instead of the att carrier model?

-Moto X-

idontball says:

When google left so did I:( but they still sent me the soak test email lol

str8bucs says:

So what did you go with?

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idontball says:

Nexus 5

Grahaman27 says:

Google was never there.

via N7

Was Google owning Motorola a figment of everyone's imagination?

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NoNexus says:

Yes and no. They owned them but didn't really control them

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You really should see the crap I don't post. Sorry if honesty offends you

MrMiami81 says:

Finally!!

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clay gerry says:

Yes, I'm wrong. I admit it. I swore it said 4.4.2

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13Elves says:

BB10 outsold the entire Moto X line in 2013.

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intrepid359 says:

I don't believe you, because I personally bought 15 Moto X's, so the Moto X clearly outsold BB10 by a large margin.

David Horgan says:

Its this "Yankee Group" that claims that. But if you remember BB10 is the entire BB line OS not just one particular phone. Its like the iPhone fanbois claiming that all of the generations of the iPhone combined outsell say the HTC One. So we are talking about like 5 BBs models beating the Moto X. I would actually believe it.
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intrepid359 says:

Ah, but you missed one crucial detail: my sarcasm. :)

David Horgan says:

Haha ok! Its still a BS claim though

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str8bucs says:

Idontball, So what did you go with?

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ScottJ says:

I hope it doesn't trip the water damage indicator.

Mr.MiAmI says:

I wonder how long it will take to be officially released..

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Grahaman27 says:

took a couple days for the 4.4 update to roll out after the soak test, if that's any indication.

David Horgan says:

Why doesn't it already have 4.4.2? Oh ya, its not a Nexus device.

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intrepid359 says:

It's AT&T, that's why. The unlocked version has had it for a while. The Moto X updates are fast and frequent.

Jo Jones says:

The support Motorola has given this handset has been amazing. I really hope they continue in the same manner with the new flagship. I wish LG would take a lesson Motorola.

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