Moto X Pure (XT1575) Gets Android 7.0 Nougat Update in US (How to Install Manually)

After a long wait, finally Moto X Pure gets Android 7.0 Nougat update in US. Moto X Pure (XT1575) US variant starts getting the Nougat OTA (over the air) update with build number NPH25.200-22 and it will take a few days to complete the roll out. If you did not get the OTA update, you can download the firmware (build nph25.200-22) and flash it manually. Check out the guide below.

For your information, back in July, Motorola rolled out Moto X Pure (XT1572) Nougat update for regions like Brazil, India etc. Now, the US variant Moto X Pure (XT1575) has also starts getting the Nougat update with new features like Google Duo video calling app, redesigned notification panel, improved data, battery and system stability features.

Moto X Pure (XT1575) Gets Android 7.0 Nougat Update in US

To install the Moto X Pure Nougat OTA update, your device should be on the most recent version of the update. Check out the guide below to know how to install Moto X Pure Nougat update manually on XT1575 US variant.

How to manually check OTA update: Go to Settings > About phone > System updates and check for the update. If update found, tap ‘Yes I’m in’ and continue. This is the safest method.

However, tech-savvy owners of Moto X Pure can flash the OTA update (NPH25.200-22) manually as described below.

Also Read: How to Install Nougat OTA Update Manually on Moto X Pure Indian Variant (XT1572)

How to Install Nougat OTA Update Manually on Moto X Style XT1575

Note: It requires ADB and fastboot driver setup on your computer. Also, enable ‘USB Debugging’ on your phone.

1. Download the Nougat OTA update zip file (NPH25.200-22) [HERE/Source] and place the ZIP file in your adb/fastboot directory.

2. Reboot your phone into stock recovery mode (Press Power + Volume Down and when you see the ‘dead Andy’, press Power + Volume Up buttons)

3. In the recovery menu, select ‘Apply update from ADB’.

4. On computer, go to where the OTA update file is saved and open a command window from there. In the command prompt enter the below command and hit enter:

adb sideload FileName

[Replace FileName with the OTA ZIP image name]

5. Wait for the process to finish and your phone will reboot into new OS. (Source – XDA)

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