If you own an LG G8 ThinQ then there is a new update available for you. Xfinity carrier model of the LG G8 ThinQ is getting the Android 10 update which brings in all the Android night mode, smoother animations, new navigation gestures, etc along with the LG UX 9.0 custom skin’s features. The update is being pushed via OTA and the LG G8 ThinQ Android 10 update carries a build number of QKQ1.190929.002 and version number G820QM520d. In fact, the update also tags along with the January 2020 security patch for the device as well.
Apart from that, it adds all the new features and goodies of Android 10 along with the features of LG UX 9. Notably, LG G8 ThinQ was announced back in 2019 and packs in features like Snapdragon 855, a 6.1-inch display, 6 GB of RAM and a 3500 mAh battery. In the camera department, it comes with a dual-camera setup with 12 MP primary camera. Below is the complete information for the new update for Xfinity LG G8 ThinQ:
- Model Number: LG G8 ThinQ
- Android Version: Android 10
- Carrier: Xfinity
- LG UX Version: LG UI 9
- Security Patch Version: January 2020
Keep in mind that the update has been pushed for the Sprint LG G8 ThinQ users via OTA and will take some time in hitting all the units. However, users of the AT&T LG G8 ThinQ can manually check for it by heading to Settings>>About Phone>>Software Updates>>Check for update>>Download Now.
Download Update via LG Bridge
To download the update via the LG Bridge, you can follow the steps below:
- Download the LG Bridge software for Windows or Mac OS by clicking the link below:
- Now, connect your smartphone via USB to the PC.
- Tap on MTP on your device and it should be selected before LG Bridge opens.
- Open LG Bridge, and then from the Software update tab, click it to check for an available update.
- If any new update is available, select Start to begin the updating process.
Let us know in the comments below if you have received the update on your smartphone or not and what all new features apart from the above-mentioned ones, it brings for the device. Until the next post…Cheers!