Verizon has announced an update for the LG G2. The new software built is VS98027A and it will bring some changes to the Advanced Calling 1.0 VoLTE system.
It not Lollipop, so, don’t expect to find any big change. Most of the features are Verizon related, and it’s basically fixing bugs and enhancing some performances. Verizon has posted the full list of changes, detailed below:
• Connectivity when roaming in Puerto Rico has been improved
• Will allow users to opt in for the Advanced Calling 1.0 service
• Will enable 4G LTE Data Roaming Globally with partner networks
• Google Mobile Service Apps updated
• Replaced ISIS Wallet with Softcard
• Enhanced Visual Voice Mail user interface
• Enhanced stability of HD Voice and Video calls
• Implemented Data Usage Counter for Video calls
• Updated My Verizon Mobile for Advanced Calling Self Provisioning
If you are the owner of a LG G2 from Verizon, you probably has already received the notification. If not, you can manually check for it going to the “Settings” menu and tapping on “About phone”. Once there, you can go to “Software updates” and tap on “Check for Updates”.
If the new version is available, you can start the download. As usual, be careful to have enough battery and make sure you are connected to a Wi-Fi network before starting the download. Once the new version has been correctly installed, the device will restart.
More information: Verizon.