LG V10 is officially updated to Android Marshmallow

LG V10 is updated at this time in the new Android Marshmallow. In return it is Android World, but the update is also confirmed by the existence of a dedicated micro site of LG illustrating the various novelties.

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The packet distribution in these hours is named V20A-MAR-16-2016 and weighs about 851 MB, so equip yourself with a nice Wi-Fi and a good level of charge. Available via OTA (Over-The-Air, just go to Settings> About phone and search for the update by voice Updates), the new firmware brings the Google security patches introduced in March, and a whole lot ‘novelty.

If the aesthetic side LG UX remains in fact very similar to the previous version, we are now Doze, new settings for Knock Code, the permissions of the most developed app, the Direct Share feature that recommends which contacts directly to send a content choosing an app dedicated in intelligently according to the person, the shots in sequence from the front camera, the float key to some system apps, and much more. Find it all right on the microsite mentioned just now, with lots of screenshots.

A beautiful turn for LG V10, remained forgotten (even by LG) to date. We just have to wait for the arrival of a similar firmware for LG G Flex 2, extremely chatted terminal last time for the various hordes of discounts that suffered.

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