AnonD-202928, 06 Jul 2015LG usually abandons their devices after one update here in Canada. I love my LG G3 but I may n... moreusually most of android smartphone manufacturers supporting their device for 2 years !
so yes you will get android M (probably :D)
LG G2, 06 Jul 2015Best you stay at 4.4 for now for LG G2. If you upgrade your G2 to 5.0.1/5.0.2, you'll face wit... moreWell said. First versions of lollipop was really poor in terms of lag on my nexus7. Now with the most recent update its smooth. I'm glad we didn't get the update on my G2 as I think we would have all been complaining
kris, 05 Jul 2015But in Canada we get pooped on and LG are leaving us stuck with Kitkat. If they had balls they... moreLG usually abandons their devices after one update here in Canada. I love my LG G3 but I may not get the M update.
well maybe most of u needs to try a master reset on ur phone,i always do it to my phone before and after update it.....so i can play with it in the best condition,...even if lg leaves the g2 in 5.0.x
im pleased because they gave us good looking interface...but if the update it to g4 well it is betetr.
Mikkel OD, 06 Jul 20155.0.1 is out for LG G2i just ordered mine...sold my moto g 2nd gen..wich has an speaker issue,it was white version unlocked ...well lest see how the lg g2 att version performs
Mikkel OD, 06 Jul 20155.0.1 is out for LG G2Not for all G2 versions, I own a factory unlocked D806 and LG software says there's no update for my phone. Stuck at KK forever?
Nevermind 5.1.1, I have not even seen 5.01 anywhere, the LG software simply tells me..no updates, running 4.4x were fine until the last few weeks, no suddently the battery usage just goes down the toilet, a full charge will last for 10-12 hrs whereby before can go on for 2 days.
I have a factory unlocked D806, Lollipop Firmware for that version hasn't been released yet... Will it ever happen?
Yuri84, 06 Jul 2015That sounds good but my LG G2 is still stuck at 4.4 and there's no firmware update available, ... moreBest you stay at 4.4 for now for LG G2. If you upgrade your G2 to 5.0.1/5.0.2, you'll face with multiple issues such as battery drain & performance issue like most ppl out there.
Let's wait until reports came back to us thru users that 5.1.1 is stable, else no point to move up to 5.1.1.
After reading many rumors, i have to conclusion ;
1) LG G3, would properly go directly to Android M, and therefore it would be waste of time to implement 5.1.1 in LG G3 first
2) Lg G2, 5.1.1 Update would be the last update, and i guess the plan was initially that the 5.0.1 should have been the last one, but because of the performance issues, they had to update it once more time.
You can upgrade to Lollipop by using lg software, i did and its Works like a charm
That sounds good but my LG G2 is still stuck at 4.4 and there's no firmware update available, according to the phone itself.