Updating moto q
Good Morning, The Root Certificate on my boss's Moto Q is invalid now and wont' update his phone.
(microsoft exchange 0x80072f0d) He has never used a data cable to sync his phone.
But this new build of the OS isn't one of them, nor did I get a text message from Verizon saying something like "There's a new update from Motorola that you might want to try." I heeded Motorola's advice and, in some masochistic way, I'm glad I did.
The idea that a device's operating system (any device's operating system) has to be wiped out and reloaded -- as was the case with this new "build" of the Q's OS -- may be OK for some of us geeks and nerds out here in userland. Well, in answer to Dan's questions, I like it for a few features that are hard to find elsewhere.
One of the benefits of doing a long term test with something like a Windows Mobile-based Motorola Q smartphone is that you really get to experience all of its high and low points.
In the About section of the settings menu, tap Versions. Find out how to update your watch with the Android Wear 2.0 Developer Preview.I'm somewhat computer savvy but I don't really know what steps to take. I'll second that question -- I should definitely read more on this forum before asking such dumb questions, (hi, I'm new! I was toying around with the idea that the T-mobile Dash (aka HTC Excalibur) is a 'smartphone' running WM6 Standard. OMAP850 cpu on GSM; whereas the Q features an Intel XScale PXA272, and CDMA As a guy who has a Verizon Q which will likely be left at wm5 forever, I *really* want to try something out, but really am not excited about bricking my phone. My girlfriend has a Q, even though I adviseid her not to buy it because of it's wm5 (not even professional) shortcomings for a smartphone, and now she complains about the phone contstantly. with propper software this can eventualy be a good device... The Moto Q is a good phone, but being stuck with the crappy Windows Mobile 5 OS makes it a piece a crap these days. i just never been able to get it to dump, never try to rename the files. and I was able to get all of the files out of there. I often wonder how other Q owners are notified of this.
Verizon Wireless tell you to periodically dial *228 to get important updates for your phone.Is there a way to update activsync on his cell or do I have to do it on his desktop?