AT&T LG G3 gets Android 5.0.1 Lollipop

AT&T has just announced that the LG G3 is starting to get the update to Android 5.0.1 Lollipop. The news come shortly after Sprint and T-Moblie announced the updates for the HTC flagship devices, the One M7 and M8, and the Sprint Galaxy S5.

Slowly, Android 5.0 is reaching the high-end devices, and now the update is finally ready for the LG G3. AT&T posted a brief changelog with the main new features:

Update to Android 5.0 (Lollipop)
Google setup wizard (R2G removed)
Stability improvements


The OTA update brings the software to the version D85020f (built number LRX21Y), and with the new software, you will get all the new features that come with Lollipop, such as the new lock screen, the new navigation buttons and the whole general look of Material Design.

As usual, you can either wait for the notification to start the OTA update or search for it manually. In any case, before starting the download make sure to be connected to a Wi-Fi network, as the file weighs almost 700 MB.

To update the phone, tap on “Settings” and go to “General” (on the top right corner). Once there, tap on “About phone” and press on “Software Update”. If the update is ready, you just need to follow the instructions to get and install the new software version. Before starting the installation process, however, make sure that the phone is sufficiently charged.

So, if you are the lucky owner of an LG G3 from AT&T, you can start enjoying the Android 5.0.1 Lollipop experience!

You can find more information at AT&T.

Source: AndroidPolice.