Moto X (2014): Motorola testet bereits Update auf Android 5.1 Lollipop

Moto X 2014 (3)

Kaum ist Android 5.1 Lollipop auf den ersten Google-Geräten gelandet, beginnt Motorola damit, das Update auch für die hauseigenen Geräte vorzubereiten.

Für das Moto X (2014) hat das Unternehmen nun das Update auf Android 5.1 Lollipop in die interne Testphase geschickt, in der wie üblich überprüft wird, ob und wie gut die neue Systemversion mit dem entsprechenden Smartphone zusammenspielt. Hierbei handelt es sich nicht etwas um irgendwelche Update-Gerüchte, sondern Motorola hat dies offiziell verkündet und im Zuge dessen bereits den kompletten Changelog für Android 5.1 auf dem Moto X (2014) veröffentlicht.

Wann genau das Update die Testphase verlässt und final für die Geräte freigegeben wird, ist somit zwar noch nicht klar, aber es zeigt sich mal wieder, dass Motorola, zumindest bei den aktuelleren Modellen, die Sache mit den Updates ernst nimmt und vor allem die Nutzer relativ zeitnah mit Informationen versorgt.

Changelog v23.1.38 (Klicken zum Anzeigen)

Moto X (2nd Gen.) – Android™ 5.1 Lollipop Release Notes


Android™ 5.1 Lollipop improves stability and provides better control over notifications.

After installing the software update you may notice changes that include:

Notifications & Interruptions

Usability improvements include:

Block interruptions until your next alarm. This choice will show only when you have an alarm set within the next 12 hours. It will prevent you from missing an alarm when you choose ‘No interruptions’.
You can choose to enter a scheduled downtime early. For example, if you are going to bed early and change your notification settings, you can choose “Until your downtime ends”. This option will be visible when within 4 hours of the scheduled start of your downtime.
Adds icons to the volume settings panel that match those that will show in the status bar (None, Priority).
You can now alter notification volume controls while media is playing. With the volume controls showing, a tap on the bell icon will bring up notification volume controls.

Heads-up Notifications

In addition to dismissing a heads-up notification, you can now swipe it up to remove it from your screen. It will remain in your notifications tray and you can dismiss it later.

Quick Settings

You can quickly select different Wi-Fi access points or different paired Bluetooth devices with a new pull-down menu on each tile. Conditional settings tiles that only show if you use the feature – like “Invert Colors” or “Hotspot” – can now be hidden via a long-press on the tile.


Reduces noise in low-light shots and improves responsiveness of the viewfinder with the front-facing camera (selfie).

Device Protection

Lost or stolen devices will remain locked until you sign in with your Google account, even if reset to factory settings. Note that you must have a Google account on the device to automatically enable this feature and set a PIN, password or pattern screen lock.


Improvements in the Android Runtime (ART) lead to faster application launch times.


If you have enabled Ambient Display, the minimum swipe distance has increased to reduce accidental interactions.

Bug Fixes

Issues fixed in this release include:

Clock in the status bar isn’t updating and alarms are not going off
Can’t delete SMS messages when the SIM card is full
No ringer audio while making an outgoing call
Calculator floating point calculations
Chrome crashes on launch
Frequent restarts while watching Netflix
Wi-Fi will not automatically reconnect to your home Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi not connecting after being idle all night
Wi-Fi connection issues with multiple routers in one location
Bluetooth discovery is not triggered when you refresh settings
CPU wakelocks that contribute to heavier battery drain
Connection and synchronization issues with MS Exchange servers
Incorrect default APN
Can’t unlock the SIM with a PIN/PUK code
Can’t play ‘pinned’ content

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