Sprint LG G4 starts getting Android 6.0 Marshmallow

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The Android 6.0 Marshmallow updates have been rolling out for several devices since arrival, this time it is Sprint’s LG G4 to get the OS update. Though the updated Android version is on the go on number of devices but the Sprint users of the LG G4 will get the update in phases. A considerable number of users were set to get update in first place while many others have to wait for a short time. The Sprint itself has given a ‘several days’ delay time so the new version may arrive to every user.

Like the users of other devices the Sprint LG G4 users also have a list of reasons to wait eagerly for the Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The new Android flavor brings a number of improvements besides the new features on board. The users of new Android version can take advantage of the Doze feature which improves battery life beyond the third party battery boating apps.

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Key features on the Android 6.0 Marshmallow include the Google Now with contextual search improving the search on your device. Google has also improved its virtual assistant app to include several demanded features. Using the Google Now on the Android 6.0 Marshmallow you can get search results based on info on your device screen.

The new app permission parameters are also worth considering that allow you to set permissions on different features on each apps. With more open app permissions, there are some other tweaks too that give users more power to deal with the apps on their devices.

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For the Sprint LG G4 users there are also some specific advantages to take from the Android 6.0 update.  The update to software v LS991ZV9 also brings carriers Global Roaming feature on the LG G4. You can check for updates right now as many already have updated.

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