LG G3 software update
LG has rolled out a software update for the very popular G3 smartphone. The major fix the company offers with this update to its Android flagship is fixed user interface responsiveness, following a number of complaints from unhappy users.
The update that has been rolled out by LG weighs around 174 MB in size but unfortunately there is no change in version details. People who have updated their device to this latest update reporting, battery usage has been improved along with quick navigation through the running apps, launching a new app and more.
The firmware update is based on Android 4.4.2 KitKat and is currently available in India, Thailand and some European regions. Check out if it is available for your device from the LG Mobile Support Tool.
If you have already flashed the update, its fine but if you are going to check for updates or going to flash then it is recommended to create a complete backup using some trusted third party app from Play Store. Better be safe than sorry. If you’ve received the update feel free to tell us in the comments what changes you notice.
Above I have used a word called LG Mobile Support tool, basically its a Windows software that manages updates, recovery and more of your LG mobile. Here to flash the update you need to have installed in your Windows PC.
Install the software and connect your device to upgrade your current software to the latest one. After installing the software you must have to install the USB drivers, option are already there to preform.