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Android 6.0 Marshmallow & Android N Status For LG G Flex 2, G4 Stylo, G Pad X8.3, LG V10, LG 5 & More

Android 6.0 Marshmallow & Android N Status For LG G Flex 2, G4 Stylo, G Pad X8.3, LG V10, LG 5 & More
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Android 6.0 Marshmallow & Android N Status For LG G Flex 2, G4 Stylo, G Pad X8.3, LG V10, LG 5 & More

LG is working on delivering the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update to a number of its devices as the Android N firmware is fast approaching. According to reports, LG has been preparing its for LG G Flex 2, G4 Stylo, G Pad X8.3 and LG V10 and LG G5 units among others for the said the updates.

LG Android Updates

OEMs are still catching up on delivering the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update. According to reports, LG is still rolling out Google’s latest firmware to a number of devices like LG G Flex 2, G4 Stylo, G Pad X8.3, LG V10, LG 5 and more. Google has been pressured to make sure its partners carry out updates on a timely manner, and it appears LG is working on that.

According to Auto Mobile, LG G2 is specifically getting a Marshmallow treat following the upgrade of LG G4 and LG G3 units. Since the said units have been updated, it is most likely that the rest of the LG G2 units will receive the rollout in no time. Verizon’s LG G2 Marshmallow update has been highly regarded that the rest of the units should be running in the same excellent feedback. 

LG Security Bulletins

On top of the Marshmallow updates, it appears that LG is making sure it stays on track with what Google wants since it has started providing security bulletins. Samsung initially offered the same thing as with Google, and now, LG is following suit.

According to Android Authority, people can find all possible vulnerabilities on LG’s site with a link to Google’s own bulletin. LG has also made sure it has grouped the vulnerabilities in order or severity so a lot of users would appreciate such.

Since Stagefright surfaced in the previous year, Google has stepped up efforts on security, and it wants the same for its partners. This is also in preparation for the Android N update since Google made it clear it wants to pressure companies like LG to carry out updates faster.

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