Finally after a long wait we got Android 8.0 Oreo knock on our Moto Z Droid Edition a few minutes ago. Below i have posted the screenshot of the update, you can see the goodies of Android 8.0 Oreo mentioned in the change log. Carrier bonded devices get update a bit late then unlocked device, but better late then never. The stock Oreo update for Verizon Moto Z Force a.k.a Moto Z Force Droid Edition arrives as build OCL27.76-69-4 and if you got a working internet connection near you then the Oreo OTA will be hitting your device anytime soon. Below we have mentioned the details and features Android 8.0 Oreo for Verizon Moto Z Droid Edition and the process to get it on your device.
Android 8.0 Oreo OCL27.76-69-4 for Verizon Moto Z Force Droid Edition: Features
The Verizon official Support page describes the full details about the update. The update brings major jump from Nougat to Android 8.1 Oreo, but as with any Oreo update the update should be coming with Picture In Picture Mode, Auto-fill, better Notification handling, Homepage improvements, smart font options and improved battery and a lot more.
More details about Oreo update for Moto Z Droid Edition:
Device Name: Moto Z/Z Force Droid Edition
Device Model: XT1650-02
OS update: Android 8.0 Oreo
Build number: OCL27.76-69-4
Android Security Patch Level: 01 June, 2018
Update size: 1619MB
Download Android 8.0 Oreo OCL27.76-69-4 OTA on Moto Z/Z Force Droid Edition
Tap the Settings icon in the apps drawer.
In the Setting menu, head to the “About phone” section.
Now select tap on “System updates” and check for the available system updates.
Tap on Download if it notifies you of the update, and let it install automatically.
As we mentioned above that only stock un-rooted device is eligible for the update, don’t waste your device waiting for the OTA if your device is rooted, it will never gonna happen you need to switch to manual firmware installation.
Note: If you get OTA update right on your device, then before installing the update it is mandatory to charge your device minimum at 60% to avoid shut down. Good Luck 🙂