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Re:Motorola, what's your problem?

2020-03-06, 20:30 PM

No question to be resolved, just an observation

It seems like everyone who has posted their complaints here shares two thoughts in common: 

1)  That every model of Motorola phone and and version of Google's Android software contains the same alleged security flaws, 

AND

2)  They know how to rewrite code and conduct exhaustive testing faster than Google or Motorola's engineers and programmers. 

 

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Re:Motorola, what's your problem?

2020-03-06, 23:48 PM
My thoughts have nothing to do with what you just mentioned. I don't care what the devices are. Mine was advertised monthly security updates. If the "exhaustive" group at Motorola can't keep up then drop the adverti**bleep**t for it. Four months without a "monthly" security update is unexcusable. Don't make excuses for them.
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Re:Motorola, what's your problem?

2020-03-06, 23:51 PM

Why did it bleeped adverti*[removed]? They are so "exhausted" at Motorola they coded this forum wrong to I guess 😁

 

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Re:Motorola, what's your problem?

2020-03-07, 2:54 AM

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Re:Motorola, what's your problem?

2020-03-07, 4:39 AM
KarlBeckman, To be clear that our complaints are not about Motorola not posting updates, the issue is that Motorola one vision was advertised to be an Android One devices and Motorola should provide monthly security update. But the update has delayed for more than 3 months. On their website they said ** The phone initially launched on Android 9 Pie, and will receive OS upgrades to Android Q and Android R; security updates will be provided for three years from the initial global launch date of May 2019. That doesn't match their adverti**bleep**t compaign as it is confusing their customer. I bought this device for Android One and faster update. We are complaining here because the situation now doesn't fit what they said before we purchase the phone, and we are asking them to be faster providing these updates.
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Re:Motorola, what's your problem?

2020-03-07, 4:43 AM
And people under this post wants a explanation from Motorola, about why the update has delayed so long, because for now we even don't know why it is delayed. So it really looks like that Motorola don't care even they are working on it. If Motorola can provide us a reasonable explanation about why there's a huge delay, people won't be this angry.
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Re:Motorola, what's your problem?

2020-03-07, 4:52 AM
Speaking of customer services, the forum manager or administrators can post some information about the process of problem solving if allowed, so people in the thread can have a better communication with the company
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Re:Motorola, what's your problem?

2020-03-07, 21:35 PM

You do realize that this personal vendetta like outburst is completely irrelevant? Actually the vulnerability in question only affects MediaTek SoC based devices up to Android 9. So yes, totally "relevant" here.

 

Furthermore bitↄhing ain't gonna solve nothing, and certainly won't grant faster updates, actually quite the opposite...

 

With these I'm not saying it is fine that updates are delayed (quite a bit in some cases), but I honestly believe you can survive this :D

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Re:Motorola, what's your problem?

2020-03-07, 23:50 PM

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Re:Motorola, what's your problem?

2020-03-08, 3:35 AM
I also have a RETLA phone and figured out a way to trick the Motorola LMSA program to flash the Android 10 retail stock firmware. Send me a private message if interested.
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