Complaints about Android OS Update for LG G3 - Tracey On Tech

Monday, February 16, 2015

Complaints about Android OS Update for LG G3

This may not be good news for LG G3 users who are making some upgrade to the Android
Lollipop 5.0.1 because some users are complaining about the bugs and trouble discover in the latest update.

A week ago, G3 user under ATT began getting notifications that the 5.0.1 Lollipop update is already available. This announcement through the company verified that the Operating System upgrade will be launched over Wi-Fi only via Firmware over the Air also known as FOTA update. Latest mobile firmware provides this update to Android 5.0, Google setup wizard and stability improvements.

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LG G3 users were delighted that LG resolve to bypass the Android 5.0 which is lot of bugs and go directly to the 5.0.1 version of the OS. But, some users experience issues whenever they refreshed their software to the new type of Android. The complaints have been
venting out in discussion boards and social media. Based to several users, LG G3 suffers its battery life, apps issues and performance. Furthermore, the operating system apparently lacks functionality, no lock screen widgets, the capability to see only two notifications at a period, as well as the appearance of the camera icon on the lock screen.

Some devices were instantly updated to Lollipop since AT&T reportedly has a routine of updating their devices without customer’s approval. Customers receive the alert for over the air update but if that alert is ignore and not terminated, the update is said to be installed automatically anyhow.

Ever since the official roll out in November, the largest Android update has been affected with bugs and complaints. The 5.0.1 has surprisingly not fixed all of the issues in the OS. Remarkably, Google has not release a stable version of the latest software yet.

All we can do is to hold to our current OS and wait for the update for fix of the bugs and issues.

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