T-Mobile LG Q7+ getting Android Pie update


Another T-Mobile device is now getting its serving of Android Pie.

The T-Mobile LG Q7+ is being updated to version Q610TA20A, which includes Android 9 Pie and the September 2019 Android security patches. The update is a large one, coming in at 1302.8MB, so be prepared for a big download when it arrives.

T-Mobile hasn’t officially confirmed this update quite yet, but Reddit user XIIXOO has received it. If you’ve got a T-Mobile LG Q7+, you can wait for the update to come to you or you can check for it manually by going into the Settings app, tapping on the “General” tab, and then going into Update center> System update > Check for update.

The update to Android 9 Pie brings with several new features, like improved “Smart Reply” suggestions for messaging app notifications, better volume controls, an updated system navigation with gestures, and an improved, more consistent Quick Actions user interface. This is a big update, so you T-Mobile LG Q7+ owners should keep an eye out for it in the coming days!

Sources: Reddit, MyLGPhones

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  • Sayahh

    Samsung S7 also got an update for October 1 security patch level.

  • With Held

    I’m seriously kind of amazed that LG actually updated this phone. Even more so that T-Mobile updated the phone as well. Even though it is a year behind, kudos for a low-end budget phone actually getting a full OS update.

    • riverhorse

      Excepting size, I wish all low end budget phones had specs like that.

      • Bklynman

        Yeah if Lg would made this phone 5.7-6 screen,they would be pulling a lot of people away from Samsung,I guess they didn’t want to loss sales with their so call flagship phones,which has the same 4/64,their Stylo phone line up. Which is still 2/32. Go figure. Tmo doesn’t sell this phone no longer,maybe in stores but not online.

    • JV

      I was shocked as well…when I got this phone (as a free phone for adding a line)….I thought it was supposed to be locked at 8. So, I thought this update was just a patch. Was pleasantly surprised when I looked after the update and realized things were different (first clue that something more that a patch happened)….then Lo and Behold I saw that I now had Android 9.