Verizon Wireless has begun revealing the February 2017 Android security patches for LG G Pad 7.0 LTE tablet. While the approaching refresh for the previous accompanies programming rendition MMB29K.G928VVRS3BQB1, the product for the last happens to have variant number VK41025A. The product is accessible as a FOTA (Firmware Over-the-Air) download for gadget, however neither the correct size of the downloads nor a nitty gritty changelog can be found on Verizon’s bolster pages for the gadgets. In any case, the bearer mentions that the new programming has as of now began taking off for gadget, so it ought to just involve time before the refresh hits all the Galaxy S6 Edge+ and G Pad 7.0 LTE units on Verizon over the U.S.
While numerous around the nation are probably going to have officially gotten the refresh notice on their separate gadgets, clients who have not yet gotten their notices can check physically for the accessibility of the approaching programming by making a beeline for ‘Settings’, tapping on ‘About Phone’ and picking ‘Programming Updates’. From that point, choosing the ‘Check for Updates’ alternative ought to uncover if a refresh for your gadget is as of now accessible. It is vital to recollect here that the approaching programming is just a security refresh and won’t convey any new elements to both of the two gadgets. That being the situation, the maturing LG tablet, which was discharged in August 2014, will keep on remaining on Android Lollipop.
While the LG G Pad 7.0 LTE was propelled with Android 4.4.2 KitKat in 2014, it received the Android 5.0 Lollipop refresh the following year. In any case, the tablet is not anticipated that would get any new Android form refreshes going ahead. The gadget is really anticipated that would get Android Nougat at some phase sooner rather than later, given that the refresh has apparently been affirmed by all the four noteworthy bearers in the U.S.