Download Motorola G6 Pie 9.0 Stock Firmware (XT1925)

Moto G6 released in Two Variants as Moto G6 and Moto G6 Plus with some Specs and Processor difference. Moto G6 is also called Moto 1S in China. As we know Moto is Always a little bit delay in Major updates like Version updates. But they always come with the bundled features like Good gestures Navigations. This Pie update comes with a lot of upgrades like Adaptive Brightness, Digital Wellbeing like that. Additional to this Moto added some unique features and Enhancements in already exist Moto actions. If you already in Oreo Stock firmware use simple Internal Memory method. If you are using Custom ROM, But you want to use pie 9.0 Stock firmware, use RSD Lite method.
Moto G6 with Leaf Background

Android One Pie 9.0 Firmware Flash- Motorola G6

Official OTA Method

If you’re going to update a security patch to the current month. Don’t go for the manual method. Try this Automatic method.

The process is straightforward and simple;

checking for software update android

  • Go to your device setting menu and scroll down to the bottom

  • Tap on “Software Update”

  • You may have to refresh the page to start the OTA upgrade process.

Manual Method (XT1925)

Note

  • Check Your Device Mobile No. If you flash Different model number, you will lose some features based on your region.
  • Battery Percentage Above 50.
  • Backup Your Device.

Using Internal OTA Method

This method doesn’t require  PC support, download and installs within your mobile. It will work only if you have Stock Oreo firmware installed in your mobile. If you are already using Custom OS move to the next method.

  • Download Motorola G6 Pie firmware, Rename it to Blur_Version.zip and copy it to your Internal Root Memory. Copy>> Internal memory. Don’t put in any folder and Don’t change the name of the file.
  • Now Go to settings >> Apps and Notifications >> Show all apps >> Show system apps.

App Permissions

  • Go to Motorola Update service >> Permissions >> Enable Storage permissions. After enabling this permission. Now update as usual OTA Method.
  • Go to your device setting menu and scroll down to the bottom

  • Tap on “Software Update”

  • You may have to refresh the page to start the OTA upgrade process. Instead of download from Server, this update process will update from your Internal memory.

RSD Lite Method

This method can be used to flash firmware if you are using Custom ROM or a rooted device like that. You need a PC for this process.  If you already rooted or have Custom OS, your bootloader is unlocked. But if you relocked your bootloader, you should unlock the bootloader. After unlock, Follow steps one by one carefully.

Enabling developer option

  • Enable USB Debugging Mode and OEM Unlock; you’ll find these options at Settings >>> Developer options. If you didn’t see the developer options on your settings menu, then go to about >>> build number; click on the “Build Number” row for about ten times constantly to activate “Developer Option” on your device.

RSD Lite Installation Page

  • We are using third party software flashing. Download RSD Lite and install this also in your PC.
  • Download Firmware From below links, For Motorola G6 Official Firmware.
  • Connect Your Mobile With the PC Using USB Cable.

Moto G6 Plus Fastboot Mode

 

 

  • Switch off Your Mobile and Enter into Fastboot Mode->Press and Hold Volume Down+ Power Button.

Moto G6 Plus Fastboot Mode Warning Screen

 

  • Release all the keys when you enter into Fastboot mode.
  • Now Launch RSD Lite Select Your Downloaded Firmware Using this “…” The symbol in the RSD Lite.

RSD Lite selecting Firmware

  • It Will Asks For the Unzip Just Select Uncompress.
  • Check With Your Mobile Details.
  • Now go to Your Mobile Press Volume Down Key And Select AP Fastboot. Make Sure that USB Connected Message is Display(Transfer Mode: USB Connected).
  • Now Select the Start in the RSD Lite Wait For the Process to Complete, Your Mobile Will Reboot After the Process Completion.
Check Firmware
  • You can Check the Firmware Details->Settings->About->Version.

Motorola G6 Pie 9.0 Features

Main Feature

  • Upgrade system from Android Oreo to Android Pie

Gesture Features

  • Swipe up for recent apps
  • Swipe tray up for the app tray
  • Single tap to return home
  • Long press to activate Google Assistant
  • Swipe left to go back
  • Swipe right to flip between the last two apps

Notifications

Moto Pie Notification Update

  • Now you can disable some unwanted notifications based on your explicit frequent. If you clear notifications without reading for some specific apps, based on your usage, the system will ask to disable for the separate app.

Adaptive Brightness

  • Based on the environment, your device can automatically adjust the Brightness. To enable this go to Settings >> Display >> Adaptive Brightness

Battery Manager

  • If you enable Battery manager, you can restrict apps that use unwanted power in the background.

Easy Screenshot in Power Button

Moto Pie Screenshot Update

  • Now you can easily take a screenshot using Power Button. Press Power Button >> Screenshot.

Other Features

  • Added LTE+LTE (Dual Volte) feature
  • Added Panorama feature for the camera
  • Some Camera improvements
  • Easy Volume Controls

Wrap Up

If you are in Stock firmware, Use Internal Memory method. It is comfortable and safe; You can update like a Regular OTA Update. But if you were already using Custom OS or Rooted devices, You can try RSD Lite Method. Don’t download any third party apps; sometimes it may trigger the updates process. There are a lot of new Gestures available in this Update, try them also. In my opinion, Moto near Stock Android is better to compare with some other Custom Skin OS. So try to use this OS instead of a Custom OS. But the decision is your choice…:)

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2 thoughts on “Download Motorola G6 Pie 9.0 Stock Firmware (XT1925)

  1. Thanks for all your work in creating detailed instructions.
    However, I stopped at this point:
    ===============
    Rename it to Blur_Version.zip.
    ===============
    Those instructions are unclear: there is no folder called “Internal memory.”
    Even worse, those instructions are contradictory:
    “Don’t put in any folder” and “Don’t change the name of the file.”
    At that point, I gave up.

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