From today, LG G2 users on T-Mobile should be receiving software updates on their devices. Android KitKat 4.4.2, build D80120g is being made available and features LG’s Free Inflight Texting as well as some improvements to Bluetooth connectivity, Wi-Fi connectivity and UI improvements for Free Inflight Texting suport.
If you have a T-Mobile LG G2, and haven’t yet been notified of the software update, head in to your settings menu, go to the “about phone” option and tap “software information”. Check which software version you have, if it isn’t D80120g, you’re not on the latest version. You can then check for updates manually, and update it over the air.
LG G2 Phone Photos - LG Cell Phone Pictures
The update to Android 5.0 Lollipop for the LG G3 is now available in India. It was out in South Korea first, followed by a plethora of countries throughout Europe – Austria, the Baltics, Belgium, Croatia, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Portugal, Romania, Spain and the UK, and now is there for all handsets bought in India in SIM-free and unlocked form.
If you want to apply the update, you’ll unfortunately need to use LG’s Update Tool, which is an application for desktop Windows. The OTA option should pop up within a week.
The update file weighs about 1.1GB. Obviously, the update is worth performing as soon as you have half an hour free, so why don’t you check and see if it’s available for you?
LG G3 Phone Photos – LG Cell Phone Pictures
Boot.img contains the kernel and ramdisk, critical files necessary to load the device before the filesystem can be mounted.
Just in case someone needs this here are stock boot.img for LG G3 Stylus D693n. It has been confirmed and working fine.
LG G3 Stylus Phone Photos - LG Cell Phone Pictures