Google rolls out 42MB update for LG Nexus 5X
The LG Nexus 5X – the masterclass of the collaboration of LG and Google on an Android device – began to rollout not so long ago with a lot of people having already secured spaces to wait in line for the phone on pre-order. LG however didn’t wait for all customers to get the phone before it has started reeling out updates to the device. Pretty cool move, if you ask me.
The 42MB heavy update comes as a ‘maintenance update’ to the device and this would probably be the first thing new users would see as they unbox their phones. The OTA update is also expected to show up as part of the phone’s initialization process if you’ve just got it so whenever this pops up, let your mind rest.
From what has been seen, the update doesn’t seem to bring too much on board as it seems LG just wishes to use this to tidy up little mess they might have left behind during manufacturing, such as bug fixing and some inner Android house maintenance.
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