LG releases security update to the LG V10 T-Mobile devices
Even though LG would undoubtedly have much of their energy directed towards the proper launching and production of the LG V20 to make sure thy meet the date they have set for themselves and also, ensure that the device is available for sale as they have stipulated, they have still taken time out to attend to the predecessor of the yet to come flagship that is being carried on the T-Mobile network.
A new update has been rolled out to this smartphone and taking just a glance at it would show you that it includes “Google security improvements” but we have no idea whether this is one of those security patches rolled out by month.
For the update, you would need to have data in the neighbourhood of 459MB and takes the software version of the device from the start to H90120j. Also, the features talk about improving the software of the device.
Again, this is an OTA update so don’t expect to get it very fast. You could head over to Settings yourself and go to manually check for it.
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