Nougat for LG G4 is now available

Himanshu, 22 July 2017

The Nougat update for the LG G4 smartphone is now available. Currently, the availability is only limited to the company's home country of South Korea. Also, the update is only accessible through the LG Bridge app.

KDZ images of the update are also available to download from XDA Developers. However, those are currently only available for F500S, F500L, or F500K models. You can use these images to carry out manual installation of the update.

There's currently no information on when the OTA roll out will begin, but that should not take long (if it hasn't already started).

Via | XDA


Reader comments

  • Charan
  • 05 Dec 2019
  • KSi

excellent phone with worst updates and service support.

I know, but it's a beta version,that has bugs and the camera is worse than on marshmallow.No full version was released.

  • Fabiano
  • 11 Jun 2019
  • L38

Because it is. There's a beta Nougat stock rom you can flash in it. I've gave it a try. The battery gets better, but the camera gets worse. The smoothness get better as well. You choose what it suits better for your usage. I got back to marshmallow b...

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