US-based tele-carrier AT&T seems to be very active this month in terms of seeding firmware updates. This month we noticed a lot of devices getting the security patches. This security updates also include the fix for the Blueborne Bluetooth vector. Although the Blueborne threat has been overcome significantly, still some devices are vulnerable to it. AT&T is taking good care to fix the same. In the context of which September security patch for Moto Z2 Force is now rolling from AT&T.
This firmware brings the build number NCX26.122-59-8-6 to the US variants of Motorola Z2 Force. It is based on Android 7.1.1 Nougat. This firmware update is solely dedicated to fence against the Blueborne security threat. It brings the September 2017 security patch. The update weighs around 85 MB. As usual, this update is rolling as OTA(over-the-air). Since September security patch for Moto Z2 Force is rolling in waves, it will take some time to reach your respective devices.
Changelog: September Security Patch for Moto Z2 Force
The changelog brings nothing really promising. This is just the routine monthly security update that brings the September 2017 security update patch. It aims to fix the Blueborne Bluetooth vulnerability. This also includes the other device security enhancements and regular bug fixes.
Download: September Security Patch for Moto Z2 Force
Your device will automatically catch the OTA as it becomes available. Then it will automatically install the latest update.
Alternatively, you can also manually check if the firmware update is being available yet or not for your device.
But before doing that,
- Fully charge the battery of your device.
- Hook up to a strong Wi-Fi network to download the update
Steps To Manually Capture The OTA
Step-1 Go to the Notification bar > tap the Settings icon.
Step-2 Scroll and tap About phone > System updates.
Step-3 Follow the on-screen prompts to download and install the update.
Step-4 Tap Restart Now after the software installs to automatically restart your device.
Therefore, make sure to get hold of this update and secure your device from Blueborne vulnerability. Although its threat is significantly down, it’s good to stay safe. Also look out for the October security patch which might hit the device soon.