LG G7 ThinQ, LG Zone 4 and Moto Z2 Force Edition Receive Software Updates from Verizon

LG G7 ThinQ, LG Zone 4 and Moto Z2 Force Edition Receive Software Updates from Verizon

Verizon has released firmware updates for three devices from within its portfolio, the LG G7 ThinQ, LG Zone4 and Moto Z2 Force Edition. The updates are mostly to take care of the routine performance improvements and the accompanying Android security update patches. The details are as below.

LG G7 ThinQ Software Update

In the case of this LG device, Verizon informs the users with its standard statement that mentions that the latest software update version G710VM10h, the 4th one the phone is receiving from Verizon, has solutions for some of the known issues raised earlier and the security improvements. In terms of the specific change the device will see after the update, there is just the security patch from Android.

The other notifications from Verizon are meant to guide the users to access the update if they have not received it OTA.

LG Zone 4 Software Update

The LG Zone 4 mobile sold by Verizon in the US has received 6 updates so far after is release in March 2018 and this is the 7th update for this LG device. The last update issued in December 2018 had the November Android security update, but this time, the device is being sent the latest Android security patches and Verizon has highlighted it in their notification on the update. The software version number is X210VPP12b.

The word used by Verizon is “the most up to date” as far as the security patch is concerned.

LG G7 ThinQ Verizon

Moto Z2 Force Edition Software Update

Verizon has included this 2017 release smartphone for a software update in January and this update No.11 with version number ODXS27.109-34-17-3-3 that this phone gets has the latest Android security patch too as the LG Zone 4 above. There does not seem to be much change as far as the functions and features of the Moto Z2 Force Edition smartphone.

If you have any of these three devices procured from Verizon, then check your phones if the update has been received and installed. If not, you can head to Settings and get the update manually. And never forget to check if your phone is left with sufficient charge in the battery. And these updates are best done when your phone is on Wi-Fi rather than Verizon’s data.

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