One of the things Motorola’s been consistent with over the past few months and years has been updating its devices. We saw quick updates to Lollipop for devices like the Moto X and Moto 360, and the company hasn’t been slow about quickly releasing hotfix updates in order to do away with nasty bugs. The latest one of those bug-squashing updates is the one headed out to its Android Wear wristwatch today. Here’s what the Moto 360 Android 5.0.2 update brings.

Considering that various users of the device have seen bugs (minor and major alike) after taking the update to Lollipop, it’s good to see that Motorola is at least working to counteract some of these. We too have observed a lot of them, and Motorola says that this update should definitely deal with a vast majority of those nasty quirks.

Apart from that, there aren’t any new features as part of this update – it’s as much of a bug-fixer as bug-fixers get. So grab your 360, make sure it’s charged up to 80% or more, and begin smashing the “Check for Updates” button in the Android Wear settings menu; the update’s rolling out right now!

Source: Motorola
Via: Android and Me

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