LG G4 and LG V10 are two devices that have been released back in 2015. The two-year warranty update for the LG G4 has already expired, while for the LG V10 will expire in October 2017. However, when the two-year warranty update expires, the developers are still releasing updates for the devices, but only related to security issues.
Verizon has just released a new update for the LG G4 and LG V10 devices connected to its network. The new update version for the LG G4 is VS9862BA and VS99028A is for the LG V10 and both contain the June Google Security patch, which we advise you to install right away, to keep your device secure.
Unfortunately, the update doesn’t come with anything else, which is quite disappointing. Keep in mind that the update is released over-the-air (OTA), meaning that it might take a while until it will hit your device. We remind some users might get it sooner, while others a bit later.
In order to manually check for the update on your LG G4 or LG V10 just head to Settings->About device->Check for update. If there is an update available for your device, you will just need to download it and install it on your device. When the installation is complete, your device will usually reboot itself and it might take a while once it first reboots. In other words, if it takes a few seconds more to boot, don’t worry and just be patient.
We remind you that these two devices will still keep receiving security updates, but depending on the mobile network that they are connected to, you might get them sooner or later.
Do you own an LG G4 or LG V10 that are connected to Verizon mobile network? Have you received the OTA update on your device yet?