Download Official Oreo Stock update for Moto G5 Plus | Moto G5 | OPS28.85-13

Download Official Oreo Stock update for Moto G5 Plus | Moto G5
Motorola has started rolling out

Do you will get new updates after installing it
Now the question of many people is coming in the mind that will we get or not new updates after installing it, and it will not warrant void of phone and After installing this phone warranty will end or not.

Yes, after installing it, your phone will receive new OTA updates without any issue because it is an official update and you are installing it from official office and any official update does not void the phone warranty.

What is needed before updating

  • Before updating, you may also need to backup all the important data such as photos, videos, whipsip, contracts and other necessary data of the phone
  • Download OREO OPS28.85-13 zip file from below
  • Make the phone charge atleast 60%

How can you update the Moto G5 | G5 Plus to Oreo

  1. Firstly, you must download this update oreo OPS28.85-13 zip file below
  2. After downloading, copy this file into your phone’s internal storage
  3. After Copying, Go to the phone settings > Apps to find an app Motorola Update Service
  4. After searching the Motorola Update Service, go to its permissions and enable the storage permission.
  5. Now go to the phone’s system update and check for updates by clicking on the button.
  6. After checking system updates it will find your file that was copied in your internal storage.
  7. After the file is detected, it will ask for install on your phone, install it by pressing the install button
  8. Your phone will restart while it is being installed and your phone will start running with OREO

Download here
OPS28.85-13 Oreo-

The advantage of this update is that you will get the official OTA updates even in further because this method is absolutely official so you do not have to worry about phone warranty. Once you install this update, you can not go back to the previous Android Build, then you must backup your phone such as contract, messaging and photos.

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