Sadly doesn't seem like soon. Verizon is useless as ever in getting updates. Others have theirs for their V10s. My girlfriend has the G4 and has it already. She got it last weekend.
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Actually that is an incremental or security patch update that provides fixes for bugs. Marshmallow is a OS upgrade with new features and functionality that also includes patches and security fixes. Please do not misinform people.
That was the most moronic reply ever. Was that copied from a corporate handbook?
When people spend 600 to 700 dollars on a device they kind of expect the device to be supported. Since VZW does not want to open things up so users can update their devices on their own then the responsibility falls on your shoulders to provide the updates in a timely manner, be it bug fix or OS upgrade. Note that your bug fixes are exceptionally slow as well.
A core issue I'm having is that I have the newest phone made by lg and don't have an available update. Nor, any timeframe. Why not just tell us what you know instead of skirting the issue?? You imply that a phone needs some sort of bug or defect before being on the current software for android becomes relevant. Everyone is asking something very simple. What is the timetable for this phone's update. Don't twist it. It also happens to be one of your most expensive phones. If not, the most. Customer service first!
Hmmm no marshmallow 6.0 comes with security fixes, very very important security fixes maybe verizon wireless does not give a rat's behind about them but some people do. Sad purchased V10 yesterday and it only has Dec security update. I guess verizon wireless will care only when there is a breach.......
escalation of privilege vulnerabilities. This refers to any point in the code where something can ask for access to greater privileges than they are supposed to be granted by the operating system. Frequently, escalation-of-privilege vulnerabilities can lead to the ability to execute code that would otherwise not be allowed. In the January patch, Google is addressing escalation vulnerabilities in Bluetooth, Kernel, Setup Wizard, Wifi, Trustzone, Imagination Technologies Driver, and misc-sd driver. A remote code execution vulnerability in the Mediaserver was also addressed in this patch, as well as a denial of service vulnerability in Bouncy Castle. Finally, there was an attack surface reduction for Nexus kernels. That just what the Jan 16 update fixes I know verizon wireless can careless about that
Did you ever consider that LG isn't done writing the code? The certification and regulatory compliance testing isn't complete?
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Lol the security updates are from google so that is not LG that's verizon not pushing them out..as for the v10 update to 6.0 we shall see... International v10 6.0 is out so.........