No a long time ago, we saw the AT&T, T-Mobile and Sprint variants of the LG G2 device receive Android 4.4.2 KitKat. Finally, it’s time for the LG G2 owners on Verizon to join in on the festivities. Verizon today officially announced that device is getting the latest version of Android as well, build VS98024A.
Rolling out to customers’ handsets starting today, Android 4.4.2 brings about a host of new improvements.
The OTA Update is not available yet now. LG G2 users can use the “Verizon Software Upgrade Assistant Tool to install the update.
Plug in LG G2 to your Windows PC using a USB cable. You should be prompted to install it automatically. From there, follow all the prompts and you should be well on your way to KitKat.
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Congratulations, LG G Flex users on AT&T, it’s an Android 4.4 KitKat update. Today AT&T is officially pushing an update for the LG G Flex smartphone that brings the handset up to Android 4.4.
The update comes in around 686MB on the AT&T LG G2. So if you haven’t received the notification yet, perhaps it’s time to go to Settings>General>About phone>Software update and do your thing.
If you’re seeing KitKat today, let us know what you think!
Here is the official change log from the AT&T’s update, which should apply for the international one as well.
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The Sprint LG Google Nexus 5 is set to receive its second update in just a week this year, this one is called Android 4.4.3 as build KTU48F. It looks like that the update enables the device to work on Sprint’s LTE network on bands 26 and 41.
We’ll give you a shout once we hear more. In the mean time, you Sprint LG Google Nexus 5 folk can check for this update manually by heading into Settings > About phone > System updates > Check New.
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