Sprint has started rolling out the update to Android 5.1.1 Lollipop for the LG Nexus 5 units that it’s sold.
If you have a Sprint LG Nexus 5, it should soon notify you that an update is available to download and install, if it hasn’t done so already.
If you’ve yet to receive any notifications and would like to try to help the update along, you can manually check for the software by tapping: Settings > About phone > System updates > Check for update.
If an update is available, follow the prompts to download and install the new software. If not, you’ve waited this long, a few more days probably won’t kill you.
After performing the installation procedure your phone will be running Android 5.1.1, software version LMY48B.
Sprint LG Nexus 5 Phone Photos – LG Cell Phone Pictures
LG G3 users on AT&T need to be on the lookout for a small Firmware Over the Air (FOTA)update these day, as version D85021l is starting to push out.
There are no big changes to be seen, and it’s not a version bump to Android 5.1, but has this software update includes:
Not every update has to be sexy to be important. You’ll probably see no differences after updating to D85021l — but it’s still nice to see LG and AT&T pushing this out versus waiting for a bigger update to roll them into.
AT&T LG G3 Phone Photos – LG Cell Phone Pictures
AT&T LG G2 owners are getting the update they’ve been looking for today, as Android 5.0.2 Lollipop update finally has begun rolling out for the device. The new software version is D80030f, with an Android build number of LRX22G.
The OTA should come down in the form of a 725MB package, which will take you approximately an eon to download from AT&T’s decrepitly slow update server. Once you have it, the 5-minute or so install process will complete, and presto amazo: you’ve got Lollipop.
For anyone on AT&T still not getting the update notification, check for it by going to General > About Phone > Software update > Update Now.
LG G2 Phone Photos – LG Cell Phone Pictures