LG G2

There's a new update available for AT&T LG G2, and it fixes something that went wrong with the last update. If you'll recall, back in February the AT&T LG G2 got its first taste of Android 4.4.2. Unfortunately, it seems that that update to KitKat also introduced a few bugs that made things less convenient for Google+ and Google Wallet users.

Specifically, it made the Tap & Pay option for Google Wallet disappear. Now, with a 5.59MB update (679MB if you somehow haven't updated to Android 4.4.2 yet), that is fixed and all things are right in the world.

Source: AT&T

 
There are 17 comments

MrBungle999 says:

Now they have to fix the new bugs. Some calls keep going to voicemail since update

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Post hoc ergo propter hoc?

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MrBungle999 says:

What?

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MrBungle999 says:

Lmao

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Now all is right in the world. Honestly I never encountered these bugs. But I don't use g+ (often) or gwallet for tap to pay.

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lrrowley says:

Sure wish they would fix the camera lag

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What? Where?

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mrrobotanger says:

Mine does that too, and its my second device. So frustrating. Unless there is super good lighting, it is lag city, and then the pics are super compressed and crappy.

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Software version is D80020k now.

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moelsen says:

Specifically, it made the Tap & Pay option for Google Wallet disappear.

.."bug"..

joonyboy says:

LOL was just gonna say....

DWR_31 says:

AC can't point out the obvious. AT&T wanted ISIS only updates.
Sorry but you can't sidestep a sidestep.
Lol.

Posted via my SPARK enabled Sprint LG G2, K00949438Yd FRAMILY!

Not terribly surprised the bugs appeared in Google's services. Who'd have thought OEM and carrier tinkering broke Google software.

slinky826 says:

And Verizon still can't get KK rolled out.....

Posted from a Kit Kat hungry LG G2.

Because Verizon hates its customers.

DWR_31 says:

Because Verizon is still trying to figure out how not to let Google Wallet back on their network.

Posted via my SPARK enabled Sprint LG G2, K00949438Yd FRAMILY!