The LG G2 from AT&T is receiving an update today that appears to do nothing more than prepare the phone for future updates. In other words, this is not the Kit Kat (Android 4.4) you have all been waiting for. The changelog simply states that the 15.4MB file is an enhancement “to support future updates,” while also bringing “Google enhancements.”
Maybe Android 4.4 is around the corner and LG needs to prepare the phone for arrival? Who knows at this point, but we have seen Kit Kat show up on Korean variants of LG’s 2013 flagship.
We’ll keep you updated as we learn more.
On February 13, 2014, AT&T and LG released a software update for the LG G2 (D800). This software package updates the baseband version to M8974A-AAAANAZM-1.0. 190034
This software update includes
The size of the update file is 15.4 MB and is available over the air.
- FOTA enhancement to support future updates
- Google enhancements
What to expect after the update
Although there should be no impacts to settings or data, we recommend that you back up your media files to a PC, or using a favorite application (from the Play Store), prior to upgrading the software.
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