The Galaxy S6 and S6 edge aren’t the only T-Mobile phones getting updated to Android 6.0 today, as the Marshmallow rollout for the LG V10 has begun, too.
Several T-Mobile LG V10 owners are now receiving Android 6.0, software version H90120e. The update includes Google’s March Android security patches and Marshmallow features like Google Now on Tap and improved app permissions. There’s no official changelog from T-Mobile yet, so it’s unclear what other goodies may be found in the update, but some V10 owners are reporting improved fingerprint reader performance post-install.
If you’ve got an LG V10 and haven’t yet updated to Android 6.0, you can try to get it using two methods. First is using LG Bridge, an app on PC and Mac that lets you manage you LG smartphone. You can also try to get it over the air by going into Settings > About Phone > Software updates on your V10 itself.
The T-Mobile version of the LG G4 got its Android 6.0 update back in February, so it’s good to see that LG’s other 2015 flagship is finally getting Marshmallow on T-Mo, too. If you’ve got a Magenta V10, keep an eye out for your helping of Android 6.0 in the coming days.