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Sprint joins Verizon in releasing Lollipop for the LG G2

People generally consider Verizon to be America’s worst carrier when it comes to software updates (or rather, how fast it is in releasing them). However, for the LG G2 Verizon proved to be a lot quicker with the Lollipop release than Sprint.

Verizon’s G2 units have been getting the tasty treat since last month, whereas Sprint is only now commencing its over-the-air rollout.

So if you own an LG G2 bought from Sprint, expect to see an update notification popping up soon – within the next few days or weeks, that is. The new release contains everything that’s new in Android 5.0 (both from Google as well as LG), but also an “update to FM radio software”.

After applying the update, you’ll be on software version ZVG. The previous one was ZVE, released in October 2014.

As usual, if you’re impatient and don’t want to wait for the update notification, you can try to manually check by using the appropriate option in your phone’s Settings menu.

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