LG has started rolling the upgrade out the upgrade to their LG G2 in India. It’s build LRX22G, software version V30b and measures 750MB.
The Android 5.0.2 Lollipop update for LG’s G2 in India isn’t rolling out over the air just yet, but there’s one catch in order to get it — you’ll need a Windows PC, as it’s only available using the LG PC utility. The tool is available by hooking your LG G2 up to your Windows PC using a USB port. You should be prompted to install it automatically. From there, follow all the prompts and you should be well on your way to Lollipop.
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LG has added a new phone to its Android lineup on U.S. Cellular, the Logos US550. Definitely an entry-level device, the LG Logos US550 runs Android 5.0 features a 4.7-inch 1280×720 IPS display, a 1.2GHz quad-core processor, an 5-megapixel rear and a 1-megapixel front cameras, 8GB of storage and a 2100mAh battery.
In order to connect your LG Logos US550 to your PC via USB cable, you have to download and install the latest USB driver for LG Logos US550 to your Computer.
LG Logos US550 USB Driver for Windows:
LG Logos US550 USB Driver for Mac:
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According to LG Greece, the company is ready to push Lollipop to the G2 Mini starting this month. The update will actually bring the device to the latest Lollipop OS.
To check for the update, head into Settings>General>About phone>Update center>System updates>Check now.
LG didn’t provide much in the changelog. To get the new software, you need to have 50% or more battery life left. After applying the update, you’ll be running Android Lollipop.
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LG G4 users on AT&T and T-Mobile has received a mysterious forced OTA update today, which auto-installs without permission, according to GSMArena.
There isn’t an official changelog from both carriers detailing the changes yet, and as soon as we get a hold of what’s new in the update, we’ll let you know.
LG G4 users on T-Mobile and AT&T, have you you forced the update? If so, what changes do you notice?
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LG today started rolling out an official Android 5.1.1 update to the G Flex 2 in South Korea. The SKT’s version of the LG G4 F510S is now able to receive the update via OTA. The update software version is F510S15b, which as our tipster suggests, means it’s packing Lollipop.
Here is a direct download link for the Lollipop package that will reach F510S users across Korea. The downloadable file is a .kdz one, and in case you need instructions on how to manage that, you should visit XDA Developers.
Obviously, we are expecting the new versions of the OS to be available soon to G Flex 2 owners in other parts of the world.
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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.
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