Moto’s two best smartphones were troubled in with Root Shell attacks were reported later this week. By updating the latest security patch rolled out by Motorola, Moto G5 and Moto G4 are getting relieved from this vulnerability.
Motorola pushes May 2017 Security patch updates in India for Moto G5 Plus too. Motorola suggests the users to update the device as soon as they receive the update notification. Moto is looking forward to increase the security and foretold update supports.
This is only the Security patch update, so there will not be any feature packs as well as bug fixes. Few Moto devices are now running Android 7.1.1 Nougat. It will have been better, if Motorola had provided Android 7.1.1 Nougat with this security patch. However, let’s hope these devices will receive Nougat 7.1.1 soon.
Moto G5 Plus users in India are already receiving this update, which is appreciable. Moto’s support on their smartphones makes them valuable to the customers. Even though the May 2017 Security patch was expected in the beginning of Month of June.
If any users didn’t receive the update notification, you should have to manually check for updates. For a successful updation of this patch, the device should have 50 % charge left on it.