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Verizon rolling out minor update to the LG G2


Verizon is reportedly rolling out a very minor update to the recently launched LG G2 smartphone which will patch a few bugs and change the software number to VS98011A. There’s no access to the changelog just yet, but considering the size of the update, it’s not bringing anything major to the table.

It’s probably safe to assume that the update might remove the ability to gain root access or flash custom recoveries, so if you’re willing to do either of those, it’s probably safe to stay away from this update. But if you’re running on the default LG skinned version of the OS, this update shouldn’t change much.

The LG G2 has been around for a while now and has done fairly well. While its reach is limited to a few carriers for the time being, it is certainly one of the most sought after handsets in the market. The handset is currently being sold through AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile with the Sprint variant slated to arrive next month.

Via: Droid-Life

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