LG G5, LG G4, LG G3 and LG Class Android 6.0 Marshmallow Status Update

LG G5, LG G4, LG G3 and LG Class Android 6.0 Marshmallow Status Update
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OEMs like LG continue to deliver the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update to a range of its units. According reports, a number of LG devices such as the LG G4, G3, G3, G Stylo, V10 and LG Class are now in line to receive the update.


The LG G4 has fortunately been updated on all possible network carriers in the United States, according to Yibada. Sprint was the first of the lot to bring the update back in December which also resulted to other carriers following in the footsteps. As for LG G3, Verizon is the only carrier still to release the update yet. Reports indicate that carriers like AT&T, US Cellular and Sprint should release the official update around early May.

As noted via T-Mobile’s support page, Android 6.0 Marshmallow is under test at the moment. As with other Android updates, the test should eventually translate to the actual rollout. When it comes to the LG V10, network carriers like AT&T and Verizon have made the software available. T-Mobile should follow soon.

As usual, people should see the update prompt once the Android 6.0 Marshmallow is available to their devices. They can also check for the software manually by opening phone Settings. In another report from Phone Radar, it appears LG is trying to bring in the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update to more devices and now to the LG Class. The LG Class smartphone, otherwise known as LG Zero, was released in the previous year around October. According to the changelog, the LG Class should expect some operating system improvements and other usual Android 6.0 treats.

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It is best to make sure that the phones are connected to a reliable cellular or WiFi connection before update installation. Additionally, devices must be charged fully to avoid any problems. Users can talk to their network carriers and regional units for final update on the schedule.

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