After some LG G3 owners starting getting Marshmallow through LG’s PC Suite software last week, it looks like the full push is finally getting underway.
T-Mobile’s LG G3 support page says that an update to Android 6.0 is now rolling out. The update bumps the G3 to software version H63120b and includes Marshmallow and its goodies, like Google Now on Tap and Doze mode battery optimizations, as well as some Wi-Fi Calling improvements.
The update is 704MB in size, so you may want to hop onto a speedy Wi-Fi connection before you try to install it. To check for the update on your phone, you can go into Settings > General tab > About phone > Update Centers > System updates > Check now.
Installing Android 6.0 over the air requires a bit less effort than installing it using LG PC Suite, so if you’ve got an LG G3 that hasn’t yet moved to Marshmallow, be on the lookout for this OTA update. Once you get it, be sure to share your first impressions with us!