T-Mobile starts rolling out Android 7.0 Nougat for LG V10
If you happen to own the T-Mobile V10, then you've been waiting for about two months for the carrier to deploy the Android 7.0 Nougat update. LG was pretty fast on delivering the update, as the South Korean company kicked off the roll-out of Nougat for V10 back in May.
Well, it looks like the wait is over for T-Mobile customers who purchase the LG V10. The Uncarrier confirmed recently that Android 7.0 Nougat is available for download to everyone who owns the V10.
Aside from all the new features and improvements that Android 7.0 Nougat is supposed to bring, T-Mobile added some of its own, which should address some issues with the phone. Unfortunately, there's no mention of what Google security patch the update contains.
For example, firmware version H90130b includes an E911 timer fix, as well as some Google software and stability fixes. Keep in mind that your LG V10's battery should be at least 50% charged. Also, you'll need some free storage since the update weighs in at 1.36GB.