Moto X owners with an AT&T edition of the phone should be on the lookout for an update. The Motorola support page shows a change log for the Android 4.4.2 software along with a few fixes and a new feature. PhoneScoop spotted the log on Wednesday morning, which is an indication the update is on its way to Moto X phones that use AT&T’s network.
The software hasn’t hit my own phone yet and my attempts to force a download haven’t been successful so AT&T is likely rolling this out in waves over a few days time. Surprisingly, AT&T is the last of the four major U.S. carriers to push the software as the Moto X handsets on Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile already saw this update starting in mid-February.
Once installed, the Moto X will jump from Android 4.4 to 4.4.2, which is a relatively modest Android update. The change log notes that the software addresses a battery issue that some Moto X users were experiencing, fixes email delays when using Microsoft Exchange and squashes an international roaming bug. Additionally, the update adds support to print photos and documents over Wi-Fi, Bluetooth or Google Cloud Print.