LG does not have a clean record when it comes to software updates for its older smartphones and tablets, but the Korean manufacturer is working to set things right. It has just started rolling out Android 5.0 Lollipop update for the two-year old smartphone, the LG G2, in India. LG had confirmed the update back in March, and has kept the promise of updating it in Q2 2015.
The update comes with the build number LRX22G, and has a size of 750MB. It is available via the LG PC suite only for the time being, so you’ll have to connect your smartphone to a computer for installing the update. Along with Android 5.0.2 Lollipop, the update brings responsive UI with Material Design, LG’s new flat UX, redesigned notifications bar, battery saver mode, multi-user support, screen pinning, improved media playback, and improved camera features. It also makes the device smoother, thanks to performance improvements and stability improvements.