Sprint has started rolling out the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update for its LG G4 variant. The update brings in all the goodies of Marshmallow to Sprint LG G4 owners, and bumps the software version to LS991ZV9.
Sprint’s website doesn’t list an official changelog for the update, but we do know from when the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update started reaching European LG G4 handsets that the update an updated Knock Code, which has become more secure; App Permissions, which allows users to modify individual permission requests of an app; Silent Mode, which has been added to the sound profile; Interruptions, which has been renamed to ‘Do not disturb’; Allow Peeking, which enables users to see notifications on the top of the screen; and QMemo+, which has been renamed to Capture+ but is otherwise all the same.[related_videos align=”center” type=”custom” videos=”646220,634295,630400,606876″]
Apart from that, Android 6.0 introduces features like Doze, a built-in Android battery saving feature that helps decrease power draw during standby mode; Google Now on Tap, which makes information more accessible than ever; and much more. The update adds a Sprint-exclusive feature as well, called Sprint Global Roaming, which has been detailed in a previous post.
Sprint’s updates are usually rolled out in stages, so don’t be surprised if you don’t receive the update immediately or for a couple of days. Already using Android 6.0 Marshmallow on your LG G4? Do share your thoughts with us in the comments below!