Last week Google started pushing the latest build of Android Wear, version 5.0.1, to a wide variety of devices. Of those that started to see the update on the 10th of December was Motorola’s Moto 360 smartwatch, but the rollout of the update has been slow and incremental. According to the rollout schedule, only 5% of devices received the update on the day it was first released.


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Looking at that same post on the Motorola forum, however, we know that all 100% of Moto 360 devices should have received the update by the end of the day today, December 15th. So if you’re still waiting on the update (build LWX48P) to hit your watch, keep hitting reloading that update page. Sadly, Motorola says that users don’t have any way of manually updating their devices outside the release schedule.

Rollout Schedule Users will not be able to force an upgrade out of turn

12/10:  5% 12/11:  25% 12/13:  50% 12/15:  100%


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