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I have a TELUS Moto X 2014. On Nov 27, 2015, I bought a Nexus 5X after this post said nothing about the Moto X 2014 receiving Android M. Around Dec 12, I set up my Nexus 5X and turned off my Moto X. On Dec 22, I turned on the Moto X to get it ready to give to my girlfriend. It was only on Wi-Fi as I had put my SIM in my Nexus 5X. Once it booted up, BANG, there was a system update notification for Android 6.01, so I installed it. So, although this post does not mention that the TELUS Moto X 2014 was to receive Android M, it is now installed on my TELUS Moto X 2014. I should note that it is NOT rooted, however, I did unlock it using an unlock code from CellUnlocker. Also, at the time it received the OTA update, I was not on the TELUS network - just Wi-Fi.
The question is, have other carriers already pushed the Android M update to Samsung phones? That would tell us whether this is truly a manufacturer's delay as Telus would have us believe, or a Telus delay...
Moto X Play has not seen Android M update yet even though the update came out in December 2015.
Does the TELUS system only give the update once per SIM card?
Original Moto X Play got update in December 2015, then had warranty issue.
Replacement Moto X Play with same SIM card has still not gotten the Android M update.
@Claystation3 if it is only the 6.0 I hope they update to 6.0.1 soon. I want a couple of the added features that they put in to it, like the added 200+ emojis so I can see all of them from an iPhone user. I didn't pay attention really when the prompt came up to update, I was too excited to read it and just pressed install haha.