After releasing Android 6.0 AT&T LG V10 software update back in April, AT&T is now rolling out another software update. After introducing Wi-Fi- calling a few months ago, the American network carrier is finally introducing it to LG V10 with the latest update.

Since the update is essentially a maintenance patch, you should not expect any additional features with it. Its successor, LG V20 is reported to be the first device with Android 7.0 Nougat right out of the box. So you shouldn’t even expect the Nougat update for V10 anytime soon.

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“Effective August 22, AT&T released a software update for the LG V10 (H900). You can download the update over Firmware Over the Air (FOTA). A Wi-Fi connection is required.”

However, if you have a subpar cellular reception, the latest Wi-Fi calling will change the way you communicate. The latest AT&T LG V10 software update from AT&T comprises a file size of 368MB and brings the software version up to H90021v.

If you’re among the AT&T LG V10 users in the US, expect the OTA update notification in a couple of days. However, you can also manually check for the update by heading over to Settings > General > About phone> Update Center > Software Update > Update Now.

Have you received the latest AT&T LG V10 software update already? What additional features or optimizations have you noticed apart from Wi-Fi calling? Do let us know your thoughts in the comments section down below.

Source: AndroidCentral

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