LG G Flex users on AT&T get their Android 4.4.2 KitKat update
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Back in late January, LG G Flex became the first curved smartphone to join AT&T's portfolio and now the users of this premium handset have just been granted a new software update - Android 4.4.2 KitKat.
According to the official AT&T Consumer Blog, this update comes with "key enhancements to the user interface, battery efficiency and processing speed," as it follows:
- Updated user interface - new fullscreen mode, restyled navigation and status bars, enhanced security and better support for closed captioning
- Improved autonomy, thanks to more efficient music playing capabilities and support for battery-saving location mode
- Faster processing - "a noticeable speed boost" for improved Web browsing speed and faster apps overall
- Google Cloud Printer allows to print documents via WiFi or Bluetooth
AT&T recommends the device to have at least a 50 percent charged battery and to remain connected to a WiFi network during the update. To initiate the update, the customer needs to select Settings>General>About phone>Software Update>Update Now from the notification panel and then follow the prompts. For more details on updating the LG G Flex on AT&T, please visit this page.