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LG G2 Android 4.4 KitKat update now available in Canada

LG G2 Android 4.4 KitKat update pushing out in Canada

LG G2 owners in Canada can now update their flagship phone to the latest version of Android via an over-the-air software update that is rolling out in the country. The Android 4.4 update is sized at around 635 MB and recently started making its way to the international variant of the G2. It will add numerous improvements to the device, including faster performance and better battery life. 

There are also a couple of new features that come as default with KitKat, with wireless printing support, full-screen immersive mode, and tap-to-pay NFC payment capability chief among them. Alas, the update doesn’t seem to include LG’s Knock Code feature, which will arrive as a separate update sometime in Q2 this year. The KitKat update should be available for your device at the moment, but if it isn’t, you can do a manual check in the Settings » About Phone » Update Center » Software Update menu.

Via: Mobile Syrup

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  1. I said there aren’t much custom ROMs. You said the opposite. 🙂 But no, there are not as many custom ROMs for the LG G2 as there are for the Galaxy S3.

  2. Oh yeah, there are several Custom ROMs available for G2. I don’t understand why LG had to delay the update so much.

  3. This is an awesome phone. Good that it is getting KitKat. Otherwise there are not a good number of custom ROMs for the phone, the last time I checked.

  4. Hmm…maybe? I thought the G2 was available for $150 – $200 on-contract through AT&T and others, though…

  5. Isn’t that the phone that costs $700 with no deals? It sure sounds like a sweet phone but a big price. If this isn’t the phone you are talking about then I don’t know.

  6. G2 with KitKat is going to better an already amazing smartphone. However, hearing about this update really make me want a G2 Google Play Edition. Now that would be one heck of a smartphone! Anyone else?

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