Moto Z users who have been enjoying the Nougat update for more then a month, another update is going to hit your device anytime soon. Motorola has released another Android Nougat based improvement update for Moto Z users, the firmware is still Android 7.0 and not an Android 7.1 update but it has addressed low notification sound issue being face by the users in the previous update.
The update brings build number NPL25.86-17-3 and priority of sending this update is to fix the low notification volume along improved security and more. The update weighs about 540MB that mean it has much more to fix and improve, if you have a working internet connection then the NPL25.86-17-3 firmware will take some time to download the OTA firmware.
The Android 7.0 Nougat firmware for Moto Z is now live via OTA, it will knock at your device anytime soon. But if you think you you have very weak internet connection or unable to update your device OTA then we have the NPL25.86-17-3 OTA zip available for you. Just grab the firmware from the link below and install it via stock recovery on your Moto Z.
How to update NPL25.86-17-3 firmware via stock recovery on Moto Z
Download the NPL25.86-17-3 firmware file from here.
Now connect your device to PC via USB cable.
Toss the firmware file on your device storage.
Turn off your device and reboot into recovery mode.
Choose apply update from sdcard and select the downloaded firmware zip file.
Confirm the install and wait for it to complete.
That’s it! Give us your feedback on the new firmware update.