During the course of this day, Sprint has sent out updates to Android 6.0 Marshmallow to multiple Android devices it’s sold, and now it looks like Verizon wants in on that action too.

The carrier nicknamed Big Red is currently seeding the Marshmallow update to the LG V10 units that people have purchased from its stores. The V10, as you may know, is LG’s previous high-end smartphone, now outshined by the G5 (which is already up for pre-order at Verizon, incidentally).

After you update your V10, you’ll be running software version VS99022a. This obviously comes packing all the goodies which Google has included in Android 6.0. We’re talking about things such as Google Now On Tap, Doze Mode, and the new permissions, for example. We assume LG has also fixed some bugs.

Of course it’s customary for these rollouts to be staged, so not every Verizon V10 unit out there is going to get the notification today – but all of them should have the software within a few days. If you’re impatient you can always manually check for the new release by going to Settings > About phone > Software updates.


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