Not too long ago, it was revealed that T-Mobile customers rocking the LG G4
could update their devices via the LG Bridge
software suite. Now, it's being rolled out over-the-air, so if you do own a G4 and are carried by T-Mo, you shouldn't have to wait too long for the notification ping.
It was only going to be a matter of time before the OTA began to roll out after the update reached the Bridge software, and so has proved to be the case. The build currently floating through cyberspace is numbered H801120i, providing a bevy of enhancements in a notably sizable package. At 963.7 MB, you'll need a decent amount of free space if you do wish to download install Android 6.0 Marshmallow, which counts the battery-saving Doze feature among its list of perks
If you haven't yet received a notification, you can check right now by opening the settings app, and navigating through About Phone --> Update Center --> System Updates --> Check for Update. You will, of course, need to ensure that you're not running low on battery before proceeding, and also, connecting to a Wi-Fi hotspot would be wise unless you'd like to eat a gigabyte of cellular data.
Many will have already gone ahead and installed via Bridge, but if you haven't made the jump, the OTA requires very little effort. Originally slated slated to begin trickling out from February 10th, it's good to see that despite slow-moving nature
of the wider Marshmallow release, T-Mobile exceeding its schedule.