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Motorola announced Edge+ (2023), also known as Moto Edge 40 Pro globally, with pre-installed Android 13 and promised that it would receive 3 years of Android OS upgrades and 4 years of bi-monthly security updates. In this article, we will be tracking all the software updates rolling out for Motorola Edge+ (2023) along with the bugs and issues affecting it.

We have tried to maintain this tracker in such a way that the latest information is always reflected at the top. Should you have any suggestions for this tracker, feel free to leave a comment at the bottom of this page. We have currently partitioned this tracker into two sections:

  • An update roll out section giving details about various updates released for the Motorola Edge+ 2023
  • Another section providing insights about various issues affecting Edge+ 2023 owners


Motorola Edge+ (2023) software updates

We will be tracking all the software updates, including security patches and bug fixes, coming to the Motorola Edge+ in this section. Also, we have compiled a list of useful webpages:

Here’s what we’ve gathered thus far.

Release Date Version Region Changelog/Update contents
June 9, 2023 TITR33.43-48-21 Global May 2023 security update
June 12, 2023 TBC USA May 2023 security update

Edge+ (2023) bugs, issues, and problems

In this section, we will be keeping an eye on all the bugs, problems, and issues affecting the Moto Edge+ 2023.

Info. last updated on Bug description Status
July 28, 2023 Android Auto USB connection issues Workaround
August 15, 2023 Phone turning off randomly Unacknowledged
August 29, 2023 Wi-Fi issues Acknowledged
August 29, 2023 Edge+ 2023 (Moto Edge 40 Pro) users stuck on April or May security patch Unacknowledged

Note: We have more such stories in our dedicated Motorola Section so be sure to follow them as well.

Featured image source: Motorola.

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