Hey everyone - We just checked in with our Product team about this. The last of the phased deployment goes out today and up to this point, it looks like only half of LG G3 users have been pushed the update. The remaining group of LG G3 users should get their Lollipop update today/tomorrow at some point. Users are able to check on the software version manually by going into Settings>About Phone>Software Version. The new version is: LS990ZV8
You can even manually check for updates.
For those of you that have not received the ZV8 update, you may find success in performing the following procedure:
- Go to Settings -> Wireless Networks -> More... -> Network -> Mobile Networks -> Network mode
- Go to Settings -> Device -> Apps -> All Apps
Find and select Google Services Framework -> Select Clear data
- Reboot the device
- After the device has rebooted, go to Settings -> System -> System updates -> Update LG software
It may take a few minutes for the software update to appear and begin downloading.
Also, make sure that you change Network mode back to LTE/CDMA after the phone reboots.
Do this at your own risk:
What you posted may well work, but because of enhanced circuit switch fallback issues some do have to keep their phones on CDMA to assure calls are received.
Can the update be rejected? Sorry but I do not like "having" to update anything, it seems a very mild update anyway (my opinion).
Re cannot reject update.
I hate to be a little off subject or sound nasty, but any update that does not eliminate eCSFB will not improve the speed or usability of this phone, but because that is part of the unfortunate design of the spark enabled phones, that will not happen. I keep my phone in CDMA mode to avoid missed calls.
OK, the download happened automatically , but I can ignore it until I am forced to reboot my phone, something I will probably avoid for now since if I had not checked, I would have never known the update was there.