Owners of the LG G2 on T-Mobile's network are the latest to receive a software update that adds the Knock Code feature to the smartphone, allowing owners of that device to simply knock on the display to wake it up.
The update role out apparently began on Monday and a check of T-Mobile's support page confirms the availablity of the software download. In addition to the Knock Code feature, the LG G2 T-Mobile update includes some battery performance improvements. It also has "Google Wallet improvements, Google security fixes, auto brightness improvements, visual voicemail improvements and Wi-Fi calling improvements."
While the update will automatically roll out between now and August 4th for LG G2 owners on T-Mobile. it can be downloaded right now by connecting to a Wi-Fi signal, and then by going into "Settings", then into "General". There users can tap on "About phone", followed by tapping "Update Center", then "System Updates" and finally "Check now". After that, the user follows the prompts to download the update.
If you own a LG G2 on T-Mobile, are you glad about being about to get the Knock Code feature along with these other improvements?
Thanks to ragdoll08 in our forums for the tip!