We were recently told that the LG V10 should be getting its Android 6.0 this week, and it looks like LG and T-Mobile have indeed started pushing the update.
Some T-Mobile LG V10 owners are reporting that they’ve gotten Android 6.0 on their devices. Several users have installed Marshmallow using LG Bridge, an app for PC and Mac that you can use to manage and update your phone, but some — like TmoNews reader Mick — say that they’ve gotten it over the air, too.
As for the update itself, it bumps the LG V10 to Android 6.0 (software version H90120e) and includes the March Android security patches. T-Mobile hasn’t officially announced the rollout yet, so there’s no changelog on T-Mo’s support page. Some V10 owners that have gotten the update say that the fingerprint reader is working faster after installing the Android 6.0 update.
With the LG G4 having gotten its Android 6.0 update and the LG G5 now available, some LG V10 owners may have been feeling left out without any shiny new stuff to play with. Now they’ve got some fresh new software to enjoy, too.
If you’ve got an LG V10 and haven’t yet gotten Marshmallow, you can try to get it by installing LG Bridge on your PC/Mac or checking manually on your phone by going into Settings > About Phone > Software updates.