LG G3 receives new firmware update, improves UI and battery life

LG released a software update for its flagship device, the LG G3. This vital update is said to improve UI (user interface) responsiveness, which was reported as laggy by many users prior to this update. The software update with version number V10L-SEP-30-2014 is available through OTA and has a file size of 174MB but there is no official change log so far.

LG G3 OTA Software Update V10L-SEP-30-2014

Users, who’ve installed the update, have reported an improvement in the battery life along with a faster UI navigation. The firmware update is based on Android 4.4.2 KitKat and is currently available in India, Thailand and other European countries. In order to check if it is available for your device, you can check the LG Mobile Support Tool .

As a word of caution, we advise our users to back up important data before starting the update. If you’ve already updated your G3, let us know your feedback in the comment box.

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