LG G Flex to reportedly receive Android 4.4.2 KitKat Update

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We’re cannot know how many of you actually bought LG’s G Flex handset, but there is something that we have to tell you all: the bendable device is ready to receive the Android 4.4 KitKat update and you don’t really have to wait any longer. LG is currently seeding the Android 4.4.2 KitKat software update for its G Flex, being indeed a little earlier than LG’s original plans, but that’s definitely not something that we can complain about.

KitKat Update: Bluetooth Car-Kit and Knock Code

And be sure than an entire list of Android 4.4.2 KitKat improvements is there waiting for your LG G Flex smartphone, including the Bluetooth Car-Kit which will start displaying notifications as any message arrives in addition to album art when playing music, not to mention the freshly introduced Knock Code feature. When it comes to this interesting feature that comes with the Android 4.4.2 KitKat update, this is the will give LG G Flex users instant access to their handsets via a customized “knock” pattern.

The Knock Code feature made its debut on LG G Pro 2 during MWC 2014, also being found on F Series and L Series III, as well as on G2 mini, being the further enhancement of LG’s own KnockOn feature which it had patented six years ago. And we know that you must be thinking of that 4K video recording that was previously speculated as coming for LG G Flex with this KitKat update, but we must warn you about the fact that the changelog of the update doesn’t mention anything about this aspect. Let’s just have a little more patience and see what’s going to happen.

So, if you are interested to get the KitKat update, you must head over to LG upgrade center and check the Phone version upgrade in order to find out if LG has started seeding it for your particular handset.

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