If you call them and tell them how dissatisfied you are with their service and lack of support and speak to retentions or a manager, you may get a discount or something. Many have done this and so have i.
Motorola Canada while use is different then the Motorola US they still should provide the update no matter what. It seems the carriers aka Rogers is controlling Motorola to update the Moto X whenever they want. I really doubt Motorola Canada is taking their time to send out the update to Rogers.. Remember Rogers is the ONLY carrier in Canada that has the Moto X. It shouldn't take this long for a update or at least a word. The least they could do is say something and even Rogers should too. At least one word would be enough
Both Motorola Canada and Rogers didn't bring the Moto maker in Canada. Its both the carrier and manufacture that make that decision. I doubt Motorola Canada decided that they won't bring it to Canada. Rogers and the other carriers in Canada are known to do this.
I do agree with u tho.
ll this jibber jabber and still no update. I like how this thread has a Solution, yet it brings me to more flapping.
I for one can tell you that I'll never buy on contract again. Obvioulsly a small portion of Rogers Android community are upset about this because if the majority of users wanted 4.4 NOW I bet there would be a different response from Rogers. The fact that Rogers is the only carrier offering the Moto X makes this situation that much worse. I have heard that Rogers has the update and that it's not being given attention, that it's not a priority; I don't want to believe this but what other reason is there? Testing to ensure 4.4 works with Rogers network? AT&T has rolled it out and when I flash devices that carrier is compatible with Rogers so I feel even more like we're getting stalled for no good reason. When Motorola a Google company promises prompt updates to Android for the Moto X why is Rogers THE ONLY carrier in north America not to deliver? Very poor form from one of Canada's largers wireless providers.