T-Mobile LG V10 getting its Android 7.0 Nougat update


Looks like it’s time for another T-Mobile phone to be updated to Android Nougat.

T-Mobile says that it’s now updating its LG V10 to Android 7.0. The update began rolling out this week and includes an E911 timer fix and Google software and stability fixes in addition to the bump to Nougat.

As one might expect from a major upgrade like this, the V10’s update is pretty large. It weighs in at 1366MB, so you may want to find a speedy Wi-Fi network before attempting to download it.

If you’ve got a T-Mobile LG V10, you can check for this update by going into Settings > General > About phone > Update Center > System updates > Check for update.

The LG V10 was originally announced way back in October 2015 with Android 5.1.1 Lollipop, so it’s pretty cool to see it getting a major update nearly two years later to Android 7.0 Nougat. The fact that it’s nearing its second birthday means that there probably aren’t many more big updates planned for the V10, but at least folks that are using the phone are getting treated to a Nougat treat before the V10 turns two.

Via: Android Police
Source: T-Mobile

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  • SirStephenH

    They certainly took their time on that update. I still want to know when/if 7.1.x is coming to my V20. Damn you LG!

    • SpaceGho5t

      We will probably see the v20 jump to Oreo.

  • Joseph Guy

    i liked the v10 better then v20

    • Pineal Eye


  • mingkee

    Too little too late.
    Mine fried.

  • Johnny Cakes

    7.0 update removes the “play voice over bluetooth” on/off option in MAPS, so now if your phone is paired with bluetooth to your car stereo and your listening to satellite readio or FM radio or CD you get no voice directions .. :(

  • Bklynman

    Really Lg,and Tmobile? After you stop making them and selling them? Don’t have this phone just find this odd that all,really would like to know what Tmo is doing with all those phones they get back from Jump programs they have,they are not selling them as refurb. phones that for sure. If they were there would lots more of them more of choice. Does anyone who works for Tmo care to share what happens to those return phones from the Jump?