I heard Moto G2 was getting a Lollipop 5.1 update so I decided to go back to stock from cyanogenmod. I used a tutorial similar to this one to go back to stock, and I'm now currently on Lollipop 5.0.2 with system version 22.21.28. The issue is I'm not getting the system update (already tried with motorola device maganer in my PC)

Browsing the web I found this info (the one with bold letters) on this website

this flashes the newest system and boot image: 22.21.28-titan_retuglb.zip flash via custom recovery

for completeness the corresponding modem and recovery for this system version. (This doesnt add any functionality, but allows you to install future ota's)

xt1063-22.21.28-modem.zip flash via custom recovery

xt1063-22.21.28-recovery.img flash via fastboot

Which made me think this might be the solution but after checking what I did to go back stock, I already had flashed a recovery and a modem.

Why can't I get OTAs, did I miss to flash something? is this recovery and modem file different from the ones I already flashed (see tutorial) and using these ones is the solution?

  • Isn't this OTA update available to download from other sources? E.g. I can update my OPO by downloading OTA update from OnePlus Forums and then flash it via Stock/Custom Recovery. In this way I don't have to invest my time thinking why my phone isn't getting update. Just an alternative. :) – Firelord Jun 4 '15 at 14:49
  • I suppose, but I'd rather not having to flash stuff on cli anymore, I'm slowly turning into a end-user hahaha. – Christopher Francisco Jun 4 '15 at 15:51
  • @Firelord at any case, is there a place to download the image so I can flash it? (an official place, if possible) – Christopher Francisco Jun 5 '15 at 15:28
  • Unfortunately, I don't know any official place for Moto G2. All I can think of is their support website. You may ask them for such. It shouldn't be a big deal for them to provide it. Good luck. :) – Firelord Jun 5 '15 at 16:53

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