A lot of smartphones have already enjoyed the latest version of Android Marshmallow, but some have not received any update just yet. In fact, many have now been waiting eagerly for the Android N update.
Many manufacturers, LG being one, are quick to receive and implement the most recent Android updates as they come. Here are some important details about the release dates of the said mobile operating systems, Android N and Marshmallow for several devices under the leading mobile service providers.
The G4 that is under AT&T, US Cellular, Sprint, and Verizon has been reported to have started rolling it and so with the G3 under AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon. Aside from these two devices from LG, the V10 is also enjoying the same update.
While several reports have supported the update to come very soon to several smartphones such as the LG G Flex 2, LG G Pad X8.3, and LG G4 Stylo, they have not been lucky enough to get updated with at least a Marshmallow version.
Those who have not been able to receive any update over-the-air for the newer LG devices could do it manually. Here are some helpful tips to begin with. You should grab your smartphone and go to Settings. Try to tap the System Update panel and check if you could indeed update manually. If you are lucky to see an update, tap it and begin following instructions. Don’t worry if it doesn’t show up yet, you should be able to get the update soon anyway.
For those who are looking to update for the forthcoming Android N for LG devices, things might be a bit complicated. According to a report, users of LG devices might be rolling this one out few months after it has been officially released. Perhaps it will be rolled out in late 2016. Moreover, it is assumed that older LG devices including the G3 and G4 won’t be lucky enough to receive it. Users of older LG devices might just as well hope that this won’t be the last time they will get an update though.
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