Here is the Good news for all the Moto G5S Plus smartphone users, that is all the Moto G5S smartphone users will get Google’s latest Android V8.1 Oreo software update on their Moto G5S Plus smartphone, And all the users will easily be able to update their smartphone.

Moto G5S Plus Being Updated To Android 8.1 OreoApart from this, there is also other good news for all the Moto G5S Plus smartphone users, that they will also get an update on latest May 2018 Security patch on their smartphone.

In late 2017, Motorola launched the Moto G5S Plus smartphone along with latest Android Nougat operating system and much more, and this is the improved version of Moto G5 Plus smartphone. As you also know that the Moto G5S Plus smartphone was introduced with a full metal unibody and dual rear cameras design.

As we have seen on the “Motorola’s Support web page”, that they are excited to announce a new software update for the Moto G5s Plus smartphone, and the new update will come with much improvements such as multitasking features, more efficient notification controls, etc. There are also many other improvements that will come with a latest 8.1 Oreo update, such as improved data saver and battery features, new power menu UI, etc.

Note: You can’t be able to downgrade to a previous software version after installing this update, so make sure that you will no need to downgrade to a previous software version. If you receive the notification message for this update, then you can follow this below-mentioned steps for a successful installation:

  • Tap on “Download and Install
  • After the software is downloaded, select “Restart Now.”
  • And now, your phone is now updated

Note: Before you install this update on your device, make sure that your device’s battery is charged at least 50%.
If you did not receive a notification message for this update, then you can follow this below-mentioned steps to manually update your phone:

How to update your Moto G5S Plus to Oreo:

  • Tap the “Settings” icon in the apps menu
  • Then tap on “About phone.”
  • Choose “System updates.”
  • Now, tap on “Download and Install.”
  • After the software is installed, select “Restart Now.”
  • Your phone is now updated

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