AT&T LG G4 gets Android 6.0 Marshmallow
The LG G4 flagship got the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update first in South Korea, Canada and parts of Europe, soon followed by various US carriers. Until now, Sprint, US Cellular, T-Mobile managed to update this handset to Marshmallow, and AT&T finally catches up, although it took them more than a month to do that.
According to AT&T's official support page, the LG G4 model H810 handset will run version H81020n firmware after the update. The new baseband version is MPSS.BO.2.5.c3-00109-M8992FAAAANAZM-1, build MRA58K, with kernel 3.10.84. The size of this update is "up to 971 MB" and the list of changes does not include anything unusual. Its main highlights include video calling, Google Now on Tap, Doze Mode, Android Pay access, and much more.
This Android 6.0 Marshmallow-based update for LG G4 on AT&T was officially announced on February 8, but since it comes via Firmware Over the Air (FOTA), it might take a while for it to reach all its targets. However, those in a hurry can check for the update manually, as always - Settings>About phone>Update center>System updates>Check for update.