LG G4 owners on AT&T are left scratching their heads after a mysterious software update was automatically installed on their devices without their consent. Normally when receiving an over-the-air update, the user will receive some sort of a prompt notifying them of an update, along with some form of a changelog listing the new changes. Some OTA updates can actually be postponed for so long before they auto-update but this one just kind of came out of the blue and installed it itself.
So, what was it? According to an AT&T software update page, it was a relatively small 26MB update (which lines up with reports) that began last week and was little more than an update to the AT&T Address Book app. The update is still Android 5.1 (build LMY47D) but updates the software to version H81010e. It’s not the first time AT&T has done something like this, and it probably wont be the last.
Anyone else see their LG G4 applying this update on its own?
TAGS: LG G4
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