LG G5 on Sprint gets Android Nougat
LG G5 has been around since April, receiving the Android Nougat firmware earlier this month. Unfortunately, only handsets in South Korea got the new software back then. Now, the time has come for the US to get the update as well, and Sprint appears to be the first carrier to offer Android 7.0 to those using the LG G5 on its network.
The details regarding the update arrived online earlier today via Reddit. According to the post about the Nougat firmware for LG G5 handsets on Sprint, the package weighs no less than 1,275.4 MB. The kernel version number is 3.18.31 while the new software version number is LS992ZV8. The stock Nougat features are all included - multi-window support, additional personalized settings and smarter notifications, search capabilities inside user-installed apps and built-in ones via In Apps.
The update also includes the November security update from Google, as well as LG's DPI changer with three options available - 544, 640, and 720. Since it comes via OTA, some Sprint LG G5 owners should get the notification in the coming days. Others carriers are expected to follow soon, so if you have this flagship on another network, your update should become available in the coming weeks.
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