Anonymous, 14 Jun 2015My biggest regret for this device is after having updated it to Android Lollipop. Not only tha... moreGo xda you can always go back to kitkat if you want. I updated my tab g pad 8.3 with loli no problem with batt but i disabled a lot of things like dual windows and some useless LG features and unwanted apps.
tam, 15 Jun 2015I Just Got The Lollipop Update. I Live In Pakistan.Are you telling true about you got update in pakisthan??
@Vinay, I have asked to LG India customer care and asked them on twitter also so many times, but never got any satisfactory answer. So i guess they may not release the lollipop update.
@Rajesh sahoo who told you that lollipop will not be available to India??
AnonD-225388, 14 Jun 2015Lollipop will not be released LG G Pro 2 in India.Who said LG G Pro 2 will not get Android L in India. G2 started getting Lollipop in India. Even LG G Pro 2 will get but they are delaying.
Hey guys. I just experienced a kind of crash (with orange screen). What i remember, it stated there press volume up key for download mode and volume down key to reboot. And something with SoC. I just reboot it. My G Pro 2 currently is running the Lollipop, with SEA model. Anyone knows about this?
LG india has made a promise to release android update in the second quarter of this year. So far do not see any updates. Second quater is about to close in another 15 days? Wher is the update LG india?
Secondly its been almost 8-9 months this OS has beeb released for Google devices and so its very much disappointing. Please release it asap.
My biggest regret for this device is after having updated it to Android Lollipop. Not only that Android L is power hungry, it also has some serious incompatibility issues. Mine for one is that it had a problem in that after my FB app crashed, it rebooted but then was not able to turn it on properly, instead it would prompt me to this green page saying "Demigod Crash Handler: HW Reset". Days passed it wouldn't charge the device or won't turn it on at all. If I could turn back time, I would have stayed to Android Kitkat and damned software update. I never encountered problem with Android K. My friendly note is DO NOT UPDATE TO ANDROID LOLLIPOP.
All of us should tweet LG India to update our device as soon as possible.
hou to do conference calling in lg g pro2 handset can any one help me for this plz
This Phone Is Truely Amazing at this price point...
It was good opinion to compete with Samsung Galaxy Note 4....
Comon guys from India we all should speak to lg India for update!...its too late for flagship phone @40k Tommorow morning @11am we all will tweat to Lg India on Twitter....if u think I am joking just see the tweat from me tommorow.....so guys just attack them for are rights.....Myself Ajay
When is lg updating g pro 2 its too late an flagship phone!!!still waiting
Please confirm, when we will have the official 5.0.1 lollipop update in Pakistan? I am using model F350L but haven't received any lollipop update till now.
Vinay, 06 Jun 2015Why is Android L is not good in only LG G Pro 2, because LG has not customized or built a bett... morePretty much every Android manufacturer (Sony included) has disappointed it's users at some point or another regarding software updates -- it's the Android circle of life. Today love Sony, tomorrow hate them. Tomorrow love LG, next week hate them. Next month love Samsung, next year hate them because the day will come they will all cancel or stop supporting a phone. I can tell you Samsung will not update the S4 to Android M, or LG will not update the G Pro2 to Android M and I can feel the hate-wave coming.
Honestly, I'm actually surprised LG updated the G Pro2 to Lollipop because I didn't they sold enough to care. However, that said, just read on XDA forums and most users are flashing back to KitKat because KitKat is smoother and Lollipop has some app-compatibility issues on the G Pro2 and I'll take peoples words on XDA forums than GSMarena forums any day. I would update to Lollipop if it unlocked more network bands but that isn't the case.
Like I said, if you want steady support, buy a iPhone. Or at least a Nexus.
Angry Mobile Nerd, 05 Jun 2015Lollipop has been a huge fail I cannot understand why so many dolts out there still want it. ... moreIam extremely happy with the lollipop update on my lg gpro 2.
it is completely bug free as was before and the phone now looks and feels like an all new one and looks very much future proof.
I don't see any reason as to why people should be unhappy with lollipop on lg g pro 2