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I've been hesitant in doing that since I've heard tons of negative feedback from others that the reps either don't know or are hesitant in giving out or won't and very few others like yourself whom had luck getting it. 

 

What will I need to let them know in order to get it.

 

With all my phones, I've just asked,

 

1. "Could you give me the MSL number for the phone XXX-XXX-XXXX on my account? Thanks for your time. :)"

2. They say, "Sure, let me see if I can help you with that."

3. 1 minute passes.

4. They give me the MSL.

5. ???

6. Profit

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With all my phones, I've just asked,

 

1. "Could you give me the MSL number for the phone XXX-XXX-XXXX on my account? Thanks for your time. :)"

2. They say, "Sure, let me see if I can help you with that."

3. 1 minute passes.

4. They give me the MSL.

5. ???

6. Profit

 

 

Alright then, if I'm unable to get a dialer code for the Moto X I'll take your advice and see what happens.

 

Thanks.

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I've been hesitant in doing that since I've heard tons of negative feedback from others that the reps either don't know or are hesitant in giving out or won't and very few others like yourself whom had luck getting it. 

 

What will I need to let them know in order to get it.

Whenever I activate a phone, I've always gotten an email with the MSL in it. I always save the email for this very reason.

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UPDATE:  Motorola has released the full blown update of Android 5.1 to the US Retail.

 

So it is now in the hands of the US carriers. So next question is when will Sprint push it OTA!!

 

Below are links to supporting the above information:

 

 

Google + :   https://plus.google.com/u/0/+DavidSchuster/posts/bEVD4De32Uo

 

Motorola:   https://motorola-global-portal.custhelp.com/app/answers/prod_answer_detail/a_id/105221

 

 

Moto X Android 5.1 Releasd to US Retail 19 June 2015.PNG

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