While Motorola has a pretty good history with pushing out major firmware updates to their Moto phones (even those on Verizon), Android 5.0 Lollipop kinda messed the whole thing up. The initial release was plagued with some serious bugs that delayed the release and a short time after Android 5.0 hit the Motorola Moto X (2nd Gen) Pure Edition, we started seeing 5.01, and more recently 5.0.2, making the rounds.
Now that most of the kinks have been worked out, Motorola and other OEMs can resume getting Lollipop updates out for their devices. Just last night, Motorola announced that Android 5.0.2 would be rolling out to the Motorola Moto G 2nd Gen in the US, and both 1st and 2nd Gen models in India. If this is sounding like dejavu, back in December Lollipop soak tests began hitting the Moto G 2013, followed by the Moto G 2014 in January.
It took a few weeks, but now that testing has concluded, you can expect Lollipop — which is now rolling out in phases — to hit your devices in the coming days. Let’s hope they don’t find anymore bugs and delay the rollout further (knocks on wood).