Sprint's LG Optimus G about to be Jelly Beaned?
Some owners of the Sprint branded LG Optimus G have just received the Android 4.1.2 update, which came with software version LS970ZVB. Now because the nation's third largest carrier has yet to announce it, this could be a test. Or perhaps Sprint just wants to keep this on the DL. Regardless, it is a good sign and does show that soon LG Optimus G OS build parity will be achieved, which means a more tolerant, closer world.
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source: AndroidSoul via UnwiredView
3. puckhead posted on 27 Feb 2013, 15:21 1
its a miracle!!! LG actually updated a handset to a newer version of Android. Im not sure why they would do this? Why update? Do they actually want to compete with Samsung, HTC, and Motorola?
6. Contreramanjaro posted on 27 Feb 2013, 23:51 0
Realistically though, it may be the much improved relationship with Google for Android. You know, the Nexus 4.
4. freebee269 posted on 27 Feb 2013, 18:36 0
If this is true i think the folks at xda could get their hands on it and port it to the at&t version
5. wumberpeb posted on 27 Feb 2013, 22:30 0
I'm not seeing it yet, but I'm stoked...would love to use Google Now and such, but the fact there's any news at all is a good sign