First-gen Moto 360 gets new firmware
The first generation Moto 360, Motorola's first smartwatch that launched back in September 2014, is the last Moto 360 wearable to receive the Marshmallow update for Android Wear. Although its second iteration and the Moto Sport received the update already, the first-gen Moto 360 gets Marshmallow before quite a few Motorola smartphones that were launched after it.
The software build version of this update is MEC23I and, as usual, requires for the smartwatch to be connected to an Android handset that does not need to run Marshmallow to get this job done. Based on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow, this update brings Doze Mode, screen dimming, a few new gestures, support for new languages (Polish, Dutch, and Thai included), app permissions, improved support for messenger clients.
Although the latest Android Wear update offers voice control, Moto 360 does not support this feature. Since this is an OTA update, not all Moto 360 smartwatches got it at once, and it might even take a few weeks for the process to be complete.
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