Android 4.4 KitKat OTA Update Released for Sprint LG G Flex

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Are you wondering when will Sprint release the official Android 4.4 KitKat OTA update for the LG G Flex? Well, if you are tired of waiting, don’t panic because, as we speak, the Android firmware is being rolled out for your Android smartphone.

That’s right, Sprint made available the Android 4.4 OTA (Over the Air) release for all its LG G Flex users, which means that the notification should be soon received by your device. Don’t get too enthusiastic though, because we all know how the OTA updates works. The update is being rolled out gradually, or in phases, therefore not all the LG G Flex users will receive the KitKat flavor at the same time.

But, since the OTA is out, you will soon be able to manually update your Sprint LG G Flex manually, which is just great. Until then, just check to see if the notification is there: take your phone and go to “menu – settings – about phone – software updates”. If the Android 4.4 OS is available for your G Flex, don’t hesitate and download the same – make sure that you are using a WiFi connection as we are talking about a major OS improvement.

The announcement and the info mentioned above have been officially revealed by Sprint, thus these are not rumors. Do use the comments field from below for telling if you have received the update or if you are still waiting for the same. Also, stay close as during the following days we will teach you how to manually install Android updates on your LG G Flex, along with other procedures that will help in using your Android smartphone on full power.

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Andy Stevenson

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