To end the week, Verizon is pushing out a bunch of smaller updates alongside the Marshmallow goodness for the LG V10. Both the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge from Big Red are seeing updates that should improve WiFi connectivity, while the LG G4 and G3 are seeing March’s security patch.
I mention this in the hands-on comparison video of the LG G5 vs. G4 vs. G3 below, but I’ll say it again here – you just don’t see phones make this big of jumps from one year to the next very often anymore. LG should be applauded for what they have accomplished over the last 10 […]
Today, Verizon updated its “Advanced Devices Software Updates” list, showing that the LG G4, G3, and HTC One M9 are all scheduled to receive updates tomorrow, February 16. For whatever reason, they didn’t actually update any of the individual support pages for each device (maybe because it’s still the 15th), so (officially) we don’t necessarily […]
Last night, a couple of lucky LG G3 owners on Verizon received a fluffy white treat by way of software update. The update appears to be Android 6.0 Marshmallow and software version 46A or VS98546A.
According to a handful of our readers, the LG G3 on Verizon is receiving a 353MB update to Android 5.1.1. The software version is VS98535B and the Android build is LMY47V. We are still waiting for Verizon to post a changelog, but the update appears to be live for almost everyone. Feel free to try and pull it […]
The LG G3 on Verizon did not benefit from Lollipop. Sure, everything on the phone looks prettier without KitKat, but that prettiness, unfortunately, has also meant having a phone that hardly performs normal (and critical) smartphone functions. Don’t believe me? Go look at Verizon’s community forum for the G3. It’s all lawsuit threats, complaints about this […]
AT&T is pushing an update out to LG G3 owners, but don’t all start jumping for joy just yet. The update is listed as Android 5.0.1, meaning you won’t see Android 5.1 magically appear. According to the changelog, there is only one thing being updated, and it’s basically bloatware.
Back in early April, T-Mobile began rolling out a Lollipop update for the LG G3. Sadly, the update must have sucked, because T-Mobile quickly pulled it from servers, not allowing anymore users to update to it. Now, in almost mid-June, Lollipop is officially back, according to T-Mo’s Des Smith.