T-Mobile LG V30 security update now rolling out


T-Mobile is now sending another update to its LG V30.

The T-Mobile LG V30 is now receiving an update to software version H93220p. The 167.3MB update is based on Android 8.0 Oreo and includes the November 1, 2018 Android security patches. T-Mo hasn’t posted support documents for the update, so it’s unclear if any other changes are included.


This update will be rolling out over the air in the coming days. If you’d like to check for it manually, you can do so right now by going into Settings > About phone > Update Center > System updates > Check for update.

Thanks, Red!

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  • Brenden Morris

    Do you have to add a line to get the update?

    • Eric

      No it’s $15.00 update fee.

      • Plow Rox

        Bite your tongue! Don’t give them any ideas!

    • francob911 .

      I have 12 lines and 1 of them is collecting dust

  • Glenn Gore

    It looks the V30 will never receive a full Android OS update during its lifetime. Pretty darn sad. Just another classic example of Android fragmentation in that over 50% of Android phones are running a 3-4 year-old OS. But that doesn’t seem to bother users one bit, they keep buying into the situation.

    • Red Lloyd

      Wait until 1q 2019.

    • dl_crash

      I’ve been bringing it up for years, people don’t know and don’t care. The lack of updates is why I don’t buy phones from the carrier’s. Even the Note 9 shipped with Android 8.x. If you want updates buy from Google, Essentials, OnePlus or Motorola. (ordered by who updates first)

      • g2a5b0e

        Considering the fact that Android 9.0 released only 2.5 weeks prior to the release of the Note 9, you can’t expect it to have debuted with anything other than Android 8.x. That being said, it should have it by now, but it still doesn’t.

        • dl_crash

          OEM’s get update months before the public release, even so, it’s been 4.5 months and still hint of an update, and why bother people are happily handing over $1000+ for bloatware laden insecure phones. So it remains true people don’t know or care what Android version they have or if their security patches are up to date.

    • taxandspend

      It already did go from 7.1 to 8.