LG G3 will receive the update to Android 6.0 Marshmallow in Italy, but, for the moment only through Vodafone. Good news come for the many owners of an LG G3. In the last hours it was indeed released the long-awaited Android 6.0 Marshmallow update also in Europe, although the only ones to benefit from it at the moment are those branded with Vodafone. The V30C firmware for LG G3 brings significant changes and improvements over the current version of Android 5.0 Lollipop, such as the interface that will be equal to that of the brother LG G4, which received an update to the Marshmallow last February.
Among the innovations of the update to Marshmallow on LG G3 we also see Doze Mode, function already tested on models with Android 6.0 and it will be one of the great features alsoo in the next Android N, which allows your smartphone to save energy, increasing autonomy. The aforementioned user interface UX 4, improvements regarding the Micro SD support and the system of authorization and permission, are also part of the change. The new update must be the same already seen on G4, with some changes and all the new features of Marshmallow. Now we just have to wait for distribution via OTA.
The V30C firmware for LG G3 is the updated version of the update V30B, already available for some time in the USA and Poland. As for the update, you still can not download it via OTA, ie directly from the device, but you have to connect to the official website of LG, LG download Suite and, via USB connection check if there are updates available for your device.
No word yet on when the update to Android 6.0 Marshmallow will also be available for no brand versions, but it is likely that this will happen very soon. The base is Android 6.0 Marshmallow and then switching to 6.0.1 could take place at a later time, even with the latest security patches of March. The distribution was not currently initiated via OTA, in fact to carry out the update you will need the PC Suite software from LG, as we said.