The major US Mobile carrier brand T-Mobile has finally started rolling out the much delayed Android 10 based LG UX 9.0 update to LG Stylo 5 with a file size of 1.2GB approximately.
This is a major feature update for the device. The update brings all the Android 10 and LG UX 9.0 goodies along with security and performance improvements. The update also aims to provide better system stability.
T-Mobile LG Stylo 5 gets LG UX 9.0 update
While many other LG devices have been updated to LG UX 9.0, T-Mobile LG Stylo 5 users were waiting but now the wait is over. After updating to the latest update, T-Mobile LG Stylo 5 users will get features like Digital Wellbeing, dark mode, live caption, new animations, smart gesture and reply. Al, these are Android 10 exclusive features which can now be used on T-Mobile LG Stylo 5 after the latest update.
Meanwhile, LG offers new improved LG UI which will bring a more refined and optimized user experience. LG is comparatively slow with software updates to its devices. Even the flagship LG devices are also not receiving faster software updates frequently.
T-Mobile LG Stylo 5 Android 10 Firmware Details
- Android version: Android 10
- Security patch level (SPL): Unknown
- Software version: Unkown
- Network: T-Mobile
- Region: USA
Check for OTA Update
If you’re using the T-Mobile LG Stylo 5 model, you can check for the OTA update manually. Go to the device Settings menu > tap on About Phone > select Software updates > then Check for Update. If your T-Mobile LG Stylo 5 gets Android 9 Pie update OTA notification, just download and install it. Due to the bigger update file size, we will recommend you to connect your device to a Wi-Fi network. Make sure to charge your device at least up to 60% for a hassle-free update.
If you want to update your T-Mobile LG Stylo 5 manually via the LG Bridge tool, you can do that as well. We hope this article will come in handy for the T-Mobile V30 users if in case, they’re waiting for the Pie update for a long.
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