LG Viper 4G LTE Software Update - LS840ZVD
- Google Security fix
- Addition of “Quick Memo”. The Quick-Memo TM feature allows you to create
memos and capture screen shots. You can use Quick-Memo to practically
and efficiently create memos during a call, with a saved picture or on the
- Software version is LS840ZVD
- Refer to the LG Viper 4G LTE Software Updates blog for install instructions
Will this update be automatically "pushed" to our phones? My guess is that it will be based on the blog stating "Released in stages with 100% of devices having received the update within 10 days", but was just confirming.
Guess I didn't read far enough. Answers to my questions are right there in the blog. That's what I get for just glancing at it versus reading through it. Looks like we can either get it manually or wait for it to be pushed to the phone. Think I'll go see about getting it manually.
Menu, Settings, About Phone, Software Version = LS840ZVC
Menu, Settings, System Updates, Update LG Software = "Your system is up to date."
I can't seem to manually get the update. Also, I see occasionally a general message that comes up that says "The system update is complete." But, it does not say anything further, and I do not know if this is relative to this system update or some other app trying to update. Any ideas?
I have been looking for the update to get pushed as well. I am giving until the end of the 10 day period then I am going to be heading to a shop to get this resolved.
My wife's Viper was upgraded, although she doesn't recall upgrading it herself and she wasnt even aware there was an update.
My Viper has yet to receive any updates and the LG mobile support tool does not work for me to manually update the phone.
I am still not able to get the update and it has been over 10 days. I'll have to admit I am not too worried about it since the "Google Security fix" isn't specific enough to concern me and the "Quick Memo" app appears to be available for free on Google Play. I am just more curious about how efficiently updates/fixes are distributed.