As you know, the updating process of numerous Android devices with the chocolate version of Android i.e. Android KitKat 4.4 is too much alive and kicking these days and we find most of the Android OEMs desperate to update their devices with the KitKat version. Since the day, the software version made its debut along with the Nexus 5, this course is going on wild.
We have an array of devices that have already received the Android 4.4 KitKat updation and the Verizon Moto X is first amongst all to receive the update, even before the Nexus 4, the predecessor of the Nexus 5 with which the firmware version made its debut. Later we saw T-Mobile Moto X & the HTC One also received the update, but HTC rolled the update only for the unlocked & Developer edition Models. And now it’s the turn of the Korean LG G2 that has recently started receiving the update.
But we must make you one thing clear that the update alert but this time will not come automatically to the notification panel of your device, neither can you find it after following the manual search process i.e. Settings => About Phone => System Update. For getting the update in your LG G2 device, you have to take the USB cable and connect your device to your PC using the LG Update tool. Before in Q1 of this month a leaked roadmap of the French Carrier SRF had revealed that the LG G2 will be updated with the Android KitKat 4.4 in November or December and it’s to be seen if the device at SRF is really receiving the update by the following month.
There is of course nothing to say that the Android 4.4 KitKat will bring numerous improvements and augmented features for your device. But just to cast bit light, the new features will include the Full-Screen immersive mode, OK Google Command that enables Google Now, Auto Controlling of the Payment Info by saving it directly to Cloud or your device, the new NFC Payment mode compatible with almost all mobile Carriers, enhanced and superior multi-tasking, smart caller IDs that match your contacts with an unsaved incoming number after gathering data from GMap, Hangouts app supporting SMS or MMS and many more. You yourself can experience other improvements and features once you update your device.
So, everyone of you know that the LG G2 runs the Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean Operating System and now the news make it around the corner that the device is receiving the Android 4.4 KitKat update in Korea. Then where went Android 4.3 jelly Bean? Of course, it has been skipped, we suppose. Right? But you guys can better judge, if you have already updated your LG G2 device with the new firmware.
So, is there any who has done the same? Do let’s know how the know-how is.