It’s been almost a month since the LG G2 launched at Verizon and now we hear that the Big Red is now pushing a new software update to LG’s 2013 flagship smartphone. No, it’s not Android 4.4 Kitkat, it’s just a minor update that will improve the performance of your phone.
Labelled VS98012B, the update aims to improve:
- Video playback quality has been improved when viewing on websites
- Dialing *611 will now appear on device screen
- TalkBack reads each deleted letter when using Messaging Keyboard
- Backup Assistant Plus resumes syncing after completing a voice call
- Device lockups have been reduced
- Viewdini application has been removed
- Verizon Cloud app is now preloaded
- Messaging is now supported via QSlide
- Voice quality has been improved
- Google Security Patch has been added
The VS98012B update for Verizon LG G2 is rolling out in stages so it means that you might not be able to install it right away. If you really want to install the new software update you can go to Settings>About phone>Software update>Check New and perform a manual check. If this doesn’t work you can manually use the kdz firmware to update your phone right now.
Official Verizon LG G2 KDZ Firmware Download:
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