At the tail end of last week, the T-Mobile LG G2's update to Android 4.4.2 was discovered on LG's servers and subsequently made available for installation through LG's official Mobile Support Tool. There's some good news today for those of you that didn't pull the update trigger using that method, though: T-Mobile's is making the update available for download over the air.
T-Mobile has announced in its official support forums that the KitKat update for its version of the LG G2 is available starting today, March 3. This update is the same one that was available for manual install last week, meaning that the OTA brings the device up to Android 4.4.2, software version D80120a. Along with a bump up to the newest version of KitKat, the update includes auto brightness and some user experience improvements.
Any of you T-Mobile G2 owners that are hungry for a KitKat treat can manually check for this new update by heading into Settings > General > About phone > Update center > System updates > Check now. T-Mo says that the Android 4.4.2 bump will roll out to users from March 6 through March 25, but really, who would willingly wait that long to jump up to the newest version of Android?
Once your T-Mobile G2 is running Android 4.4.2, be sure to swing by the comments section below and share your first impressions of the update!