The LG G3 finally gets its Android 6.0 Marshmallow update on AT&T (UPDATE: T-Mobile, too)

UPDATE: According to reports, T-Mobile owners of the G3 can obtain Marshmallow through LG's PC Suite. An over-the-air update shouldn't be too far off.

The Android 6.0 Marshmallow update first began to appear for the LG G3 at the turn of the year. Way back in February, Verizon then pushed the latest flavor of Google's firmware out to its customers rocking LG's two-year-old flagship. Now, finally, AT&T owners of the device can get involved and reap the many benefits bundled into build number MRA58K. 

If you've been following our coverage of Marshmallow's grand roll-out, you'll probably be familiar with most of the features. After you download and install the update, you get the Doze power management tool, Google Now on Tap and app permissions, along with a multitude of other tweaks and enhancements. If you'd like a more comprehensive run-down of Marsmallow's main features, have a quick peek here. Also, some of the more obscure treats baked into Marshmallow are covered in this article

As ever, the AT&T LG G3 update is a phased one, so might take a while to reach your device. At any rate, you can take a more proactive approach by firing up the Settings app, navigating to About Phone and checking the Software Information menu. 

Given that the G3 launched on Android 4.4.2 KitKat, it's great to see that it's still getting some love. Plenty of smartphones and tablets from that era have been left out to fester like old news. Though often derided for their high prices, you do, at least, tend to get a bit more software mileage out of flagship handsets like the G3. 

Has your AT&T LG G3 gotten its care package yet? Let us know how you're getting on with it below!

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1. xq10xa

Posts: 810; Member since: Dec 07, 2010

LG G3 and BB Prive are neck and neck!

2. shield

Posts: 888; Member since: Sep 12, 2015

Next LG G FLEX 2 and LG G2!

3. macawmatt

Posts: 143; Member since: Feb 20, 2012

Sure there are some Moto users who would like to "finally" be getting their Marshmallow updates.

4. kishore2908

Posts: 8; Member since: Mar 11, 2016

Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge on AT&T are yet to receive their Marshmallow update

5. WAusJackBauer

Posts: 456; Member since: Mar 22, 2015



Posts: 655; Member since: Jun 28, 2014

No thanks. Still rocking my G3 w/ KitKat 4.4.2 and Its still awesome with root/tasker/trickstermod/viper4android/lucky.. I wouldn't update it if they paid me to. Unfortunately one day when I get a new phone I'll be trying to figure out how to downgrade it to KK...

6. adsg48

Posts: 79; Member since: Apr 18, 2015

April almost passed ... where is Marshmallow for G3 D855 (India)?

9. nomiking8

Posts: 16; Member since: Dec 29, 2014

Well if your phone suffix is SEA then no update.but if it is like INR then update is ready for you...

7. SprintGuy26

Posts: 229; Member since: Mar 21, 2011

ATT network was not working at all yesterday...after i got home from classes ate and shower it was around 11PM then the network started to work again and i got about 60 text and a hand full of voice mails..along with a software update! i did the update with the phone plug in with only 10% on battery, took about 1 hour total and now my phone is running MM! WOW what a HUGE diff, phone runs super smooth i mean really smooth! very happy with the update tho i prob would of been ok with 5.1.1...5.0.1 was very buggy

8. SprintGuy26

Posts: 229; Member since: Mar 21, 2011

notice on the D850 (ATT) under the mobile networks settings...i see that ATT added able to change what band u want (2G-3G-LTE) but the only option there is "disable 2G" really? whats the point of turning off 2G?

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