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  1. Stanley Kubrick's Avatar
    I think that since these phones will NOT be sold by Verizon, then Verizon will not be in the way for updates. My reasoning is that Verizon probably WILL NOT help any Moto X Pure customer with any issues they may be having with their phones, but that it will be up to Motorola to provide any and all tech support. That leaves Verizon to only supply the network, collect their fees for whatever plan you may have, and free them from having anything else to do with the hardware or software running on the Moto X Pure. So Verizon will not have to approve any updates before they are pushed to the Moto X Pure. That's what I think!
    08-07-2015 01:08 PM
  2. Raptor007's Avatar
    I never found Verizon's support to be of much help or support for that matter.
    08-07-2015 01:43 PM
  3. dpham00's Avatar
    I never found Verizon's support to be of much help or support for that matter.
    True but they can send you a replacement phone first and even send you another phone as a warranty replacement. Ymmv but it worked for me
    08-08-2015 06:51 AM
  4. Ry's Avatar
    I think that since these phones will NOT be sold by Verizon, then Verizon will not be in the way for updates. My reasoning is that Verizon probably WILL NOT help any Moto X Pure customer with any issues they may be having with their phones, but that it will be up to Motorola to provide any and all tech support. That leaves Verizon to only supply the network, collect their fees for whatever plan you may have, and free them from having anything else to do with the hardware or software running on the Moto X Pure. So Verizon will not have to approve any updates before they are pushed to the Moto X Pure. That's what I think!
    It touches the network.

    Version and any other carrier would want to be involved.

    Posted via Android Central App (Moto X)
    08-08-2015 05:37 PM
  5. KWKSLVR's Avatar
    I think that since these phones will NOT be sold by Verizon, then Verizon will not be in the way for updates. My reasoning is that Verizon probably WILL NOT help any Moto X Pure customer with any issues they may be having with their phones, but that it will be up to Motorola to provide any and all tech support. That leaves Verizon to only supply the network, collect their fees for whatever plan you may have, and free them from having anything else to do with the hardware or software running on the Moto X Pure. So Verizon will not have to approve any updates before they are pushed to the Moto X Pure. That's what I think!
    Jerry, Russell and Phil answered this question on this week's podcast, #248.

    Posted via Android Central App
    08-08-2015 07:52 PM
  6. Laineyc's Avatar
    Jerry, Russell and Phil answered this question on this week's podcast, #248.

    Posted via Android Central App
    Where does one find the podcast?

    Sent from my XT1060 using Xparent Pink Tapatalk 2
    08-10-2015 08:24 PM
  7. bhatech's Avatar
    Where does one find the podcast?

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    Search Android central podcast #248 on Google or YouTube. You can also use a podcast app like pocketcasts and search Android central podcast, subscribe, listen and enjoy.

    Sent from my Nexus 6 using Tapatalk
    Laineyc likes this.
    08-10-2015 09:18 PM
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