BlueBorne is a new attack vector that endangers almost everything, from mobile devices to operating systems. In order to protect their devices against it, most smartphone brands come up with new updates. Many smartphones like Samsung and OnePlus have already released Blueborne fixes, and many others are still working on it. The latest phone that tried to make the user feel safer is Moto G4 Plus.
Motorola released a BlueBorne fix
Motorola Moto G4 Plus are aware that their device is already old and it isn’t one of the priorities of the company. Therefore, this is good news for them, especially since it comes just weeks after discovering that their phone will receive the Android 8.0 update after all (despite the fact that Motorola tried to go back on its word).
The BlueBorne fix comes as a security update, and you should be able to download it easily since it will only need 35 MB. You should know that it is an OTA type update so you can go to the settings menu and check it manually. The build number of this update is NPJS25.93-14-10.
Installing the update
You should already know that it is important to download the latest update if you want to protect your device against the BlueBorne vulnerability. If you are ready to install it do not forget the basic rules. First of all, make sure that your battery is at least %50 full. You can also try to keep your device charging if you want to be on the safe side. Additionally, make sure that you have a stable Wi-Fi connection, not a weak one that might disconnect after a while. It is not recommended to use your mobile data since the update might not install the right way.