Already postponed several times, it seems that LG has kept its promises regarding the new major update of its flagship smartphone. For several hours, the South Korean company has officially confirmed the move to KitKat, Android version to the 4.4.2 to be exact, to all of its LG G2 globally. Most operators have even started to deploy.
After discovering several new smartphones halo “KitKat” at MWC, the update to Android 4.4.2 now sweeping the LG G2. Besides nude models, most operators with modified interfaces also confirmed the arrival of the latter (as SFR for example). For now, the first returns show a version of Android rather stable and faster than the previous with slight innovations here and there in the system. Indeed, the made by KitKat optimizations allow you to enjoy a much better response time (interface responsiveness). Concerning the recording in 4K or HD at 120 fps, these strengths are unfortunately not present officially. For more resourceful, it may well be that a mod allows to enjoy in the future (details).
To install the update, you need to connect your LG G2 to a computer that is installed LG PC Suite. Once connected and detected smartphone, an update you should logically be offered. If this is not the case, know that full deployment could take several weeks. The update should also follow soon OTA (Over-the-air) as soon as a sufficient amount of updates have been made through LG PC Suite (available on PC and Mac).
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