Fahmie, 05 Jul 2015My lg g2 has update to lollipop..but their perfomance full of lag..i very disappointed..better... morefor me was Kitkat full of lags... Lollipop is super sleek... some minor bugs has it though, but overall its ok
Anonymous, 05 Jul 2015still no g flex update.. im so madSame here 4.4.2...waiting for g flex to get lollipop
I updated mine on lollipop, after update I made factory reset and everything is smooth and perfect, battery lasts more than before when I was on kitkat... just make factory reset and you will see
wut, 05 Jul 2015lolololol Does it have 5.2" FullHD display, OIS camera, 2 GB RAM, 3000 mAh battery, et... moreNope, and in August we will get an update to android M, qHD display? Im not need that on my phone, cheers
My lg g2 has update to lollipop..but their perfomance full of lag..i very disappointed..better keep your kitkat Android
Le0, 05 Jul 2015My G2 have lollipop 5.0.1 hope it'll receive 5.1.1 soonhow u get lollipop update.nw i m using lg g2 korean model.while updating everytime i m getting software uptodate.
currently now i am using lg G2 Korean model in kitkat os. whether i will get lollipop update.if it possible how we want to update.while i am updating every time i am getting software is upto date.
i dont trust in that guy who say LG G2 will receive the 5.1.1...ok, will they get it in some couple of months but if they say that G3 will receive it first in 1 month or near!
is a shame G2 will receive first than G3, and is a market movement from LG because try to push people buy the G4 instead of G3!
Anonymous, 05 Jul 2015G2 is still a great buy even today....only problem lack of micro SDTrue.i had it for one year,great prformance at all,compact...really great and still better ,then most of the phones outhere now.
zubair, 05 Jul 2015Dear I have android version 4.4.2 but as per the information the updated version is 5.1.1. H... moreThe update is probably blocked by your country (It has to go through the carriers and they can be lazy). You can manually update by flashing the latest firmware captured by users of Xda Developers. Go to Xda, learn how to root, put on a custom recovery (such as TWRP), back up using TWRP, download the firmware you want (check that it matches your model) and flash it using TWRP. Remember to wipe cache and Dalvik. If your radios isn't working for your country flash the correct baseband, also downloadable from their site.
yea sold my g3 but keep my g2,i love much more with kitkat rather than lollipop
G2 is still a great buy even today....only problem lack of micro SD