Moto X

Small improvements to printing, battery life and email sync included

Following up behind several other variants, the Moto X on Sprint is receiving its small bump to Android 4.4.2 (161.44.32.ghost_sprint.Sprint.en.US). The update, which is now rolling out to all users, brings just a few small fixes:

  • Printing documents and pictures: Added support for printing photos, Google Docs, GMail messages, and other content via Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and hosted services like Google Cloud Print and HP ePrinters.
  • Improved battery life: Fixed bugs which caused a small number of users to experience shorter battery life after upgrading to Android 4.4.
  • Fixed email sync delays: Fixed a bug that could cause email services like Microsoft Exchange to experience intermittent delays in data synchronization.

This is pretty much the exact same changelog that we saw with the 4.4.2 update on U.S. Cellular, as well as others. Nothing groundbreaking here, but we'll never turn down an update that fixes and improves even small aspects of a device. Time to start hitting "check now" if you've got a Moto X on Sprint.

Source: Motorola

There are 9 comments

sprint4lyfe says:

Better battery life ftw.

Eric Hooper1 says:

Cool. Now I wish AT&T would push theirs out! :)

bigga85 says:

At&t is killing me!

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mrl515 says:

Here to post my obligatory 'why is AT&T taking so long???' Even though I know it's in all likelihood a fix for the AIO people using the AT&T X, this is still frustrating. Right when I switch from Verizon they start pushing out updates quickly...

NoNexus says:

They got lucky or something a few times, I would not call it a streak or the norm

JoeShmoe says:


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Mr.MiAmI says:

Come on At&t!!!

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hopesrequiem says:

Amazed Verizon got me the update before sprint. Love this damn phone. Thoroughly enjoyed that latest spotllight too. Some call it bloat, I call it awesome lol

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S4Rs says:

Waiting patiently for the droid max update although the current build is great. I hope the status bar gets a complete kit Kat treatment.

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