Throughout the history of Android over the years, we have seen very good, good and bad smartphones. Only a small number of these have been etched in our minds and yet years after release we still remember with tears in our eyes that moment when we have it on our hands.
A clear example of a very good smartphones was the LG G2, the phone that took the South Koreans to the top. Its specifications for the period were a whole bombing and the inclusion of the keypad on the back even though it was quirky at first, it has been something that has settled over time. But if anything stood out from the LG G2 over others devices of its time, even today, was the 3000 mAh battery.
What it means is that today, in 2015, the LG G2 is still a valid phone, and more if you can find a second-hand one at an attractive price. This is definitely a phone with hardware still underperforming and battery above the average of other phones. For this reason, it was not surprising when LG announced that its devices -being the LG G4 the first updated- that this one would be also updated to Android 6.0 Marshmallow. When will it arrive? We do not know but we assume that it will have to wait a bit.
So if you are a user of this wonderful smartphone and you want to try Android 6.0 Marshmallow before it is official, we bring good news. The latest version of Android is now available… but thanks to CyanogenMod 13 and developers. As always, you have to go to XDA to find out everything about this great news. In the official thread they explain how to install and apparently this is a fairly stable version, except the GPS (it does not work yet).
Nevertheless, if you dare to install this version on your LG G2, remember what we always say: better safe than sorry, or what is the same, make a backup of your phone before install it.