LG seems to be on a roll with its updates, and the latest device on the list to be included in the Marshmallow goodness is the LG G4 units purchased from United States based T-Mobile.
After the roll out of the Android 6.0 Marshmallow to the unlocked edition of LG G4 in the Europe regions, South Korea, the US Cellular carrier and most recently the Telus and Rogers mobile carriers in Canada, the Marshmallow update has been made available by the LG company to the LG G4 model number H811 through its synchronizing LG Bridge PC software.
A lot of users have revealed that they have been able to update their LG G4 handsets to Android 6.0 by using a USB cable to connect to a PC and then manually checking for an update. It is important to mention that the over-the-air (OTA) update has not yet been made available and moreover, there are no updates on T-Mobile’s support page as of yet, mentioning the availability of the LG G4 update.
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Like the other LG G4 devices currently receiving the Marshmallow upgrade, the handset will see changes such as Knock Code improvements, new app permissions set up, a revamped silent settings, Peek mode as well as a few visual changes.
For those with rooted devices, XDA-Developer have something for you as well, you can find a stock ROM to flash on your LG handsets along with the necessary rooting instructions.
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