Motorola Moto G5 Plus is getting the November Security Update

Motorola has launched its Moto G5 Plus Smartphone back in March 2017 and currently its successor Moto G5S Plus is retailing in the market, but our today�s article is about the old G5 Plus.

The device has just received a new update, in case you are wondering it is not the Android Oreo update it is yet to arrive. The update which has been arrived contains the latest security patch, so let�s check out more about this update.

November update for Moto G5 Plus
The image is showing the new November update for Moto G5 Plus.
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Motorola Moto G5 Plus has today received the new November security patch, this update has currently arrived for the Indian unit of the device that is why we are not sure that will it be arriving in other regions as well. Motorola hasn�t revealed anything officially about the update, the new update weighs at 159MB�s and brings no visible changes in the UI of the device. This update is expected to fix the existing internal issues of the device.

It is a security-focused update, which means this includes the software files that will protect your device against the infected files and viruses.

This new security update arrives with the version number: NPN25.137-92. The update can be downloaded using Wi-Fi or mobile network but before installing it make sure that your device should is having a minimum charge of 50% remaining. Currently, the update is arriving in the Indian units of the device, and if you are the one who hasn�t received the update yet, then there is nothing to bother as soon you will be receiving it. The update is based on the Android 7.0 Nougat so no improvements here.

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