Well, it is indeed official now - Android 6.0 has been released for the LG G3. And it is happening in Poland as we speak, but just so we're clear, it has started today, not yesterday.
From what we gather, the firmware has to be installed via a PC, and an OTA update is not available for the time being though it could happen eventually.
Both 16GB/32GB storage versions are eligible, and what looks like a soak test is so far limited to unlocked Polish market handsets.
The procedure was more or less established over the past couple of months with the G4 - initial Marshmallow release in Poland, followed by South Korea, and then Europe. So while it may take a while to reach widespread availability, you can rest assured that Marshmallow is coming to your LG G3, sooner or later.
1. Download the USB DRIVER from here http://www.lg.com/uk/support/support-mobile/lg-D855 2. Install and run the LG MOBILE SUPPORT TOOL 3. Connect your phone to your pc via the micro usb cable you use to charge it 4. wait a few seconds 5. f...
Tutorials are available on YouTube. Do chk out. I did with lg flashtool 2014. Was easy. Download the update file as well.
Dear Faisal How can I get the update? i checked it but didn't get it.Shows that you aee using the latest android version for the os. how can I get it? I'm using 2mbps wifi.