A new update enables WiFi Calling on Verizon Moto Z3 – Build ODX28.66-18-6-2

Verizon is seeding a new system update for Moto Z3 units on it’s network. The new update brings system enhancement, bug fixes while staying sits on December 01, 2018 security patch. The update bumps the software version from ODXS28.66-18-6 to ODX28.66-18-6-2, and finally the update brings WiFi calling feature enabled for the device. Wi-Fi Calling features allows you to make and receive voice calls with Wi-Fi when the cellular network isn’t available. It is almost the month’s end and most of the users were expecting to get January 2019 security patch for the device but still it is not released. If you own a Verizon exclusive Moto Z3 then get ready you are going to hear the OTA knock on your phone anytime soon.

The new update is rolling out as we speak and it will hit every device around the globe in a few days. The December update is based on Android 8.1 Oreo which doesn’t bring anything major except a few changes mentioned above. We recommend you, always keep your device updated regarding firmware updates.

Firmware details:

Device Name: Moto Z3

Device Model:

Carrier: Verizon

OS update: Android 8.1 Oreo

Build number: ODX28.66-18-6-2

Android Security Patch Level: 01 December, 2018

Update size:

If you wish to update your device without waiting for the OTA just follow the steps below.

Download ODX28.66-18-6-2 WiFi calling update for Verizon Moto Z3

Tap the Settings icon in the app 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 🙂

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