An incomplete Android 4.3 update has been leaked for the highly customizable Moto X, which was found from the dump of a test phone.
The highly customizable Moto came pre-loaded with Android 4.2.2, but most of us had a pretty good idea that it would get a taste of Android 4.3, especially since the company is now a part of the Google Empire.
Now, an incomplete version of Android 4.3 for Moto X has been spotted on XDA-Developers Forum. The update is available for download, but it is highly recommended that you should stay away from it unless you really know what you’re doing, and are aware of the consequences.
To install the update, you must have an unlocked bootloader. Motorola is offering the developers edition of Moto X with 32GB storage and unlockable bootloader. Keep in mind that unlocking the bootloader of your device will void your warranty and you may end up bricking your device. Those who installed the update noticed improvements in camera, but the version appears to be full of bugs.