AT & T LG G3 D850 running Android 5.0 build LRX21M Spotted on HTML5TEST site

[Update]
The Android 5.0 Software update for AT & T LG G3 D850 is available now.

This software update includes:

Update to Android 5.0 (Lollipop)
Google setup wizard (R2G removed)
Stability improvements

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Software Verison: D85020f
Android OS Build#: LRX21Y

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D850

Good news for AT&T LG G3 owners! The Android L 5.0 Update for AT&T LG G3 D850 should be coming soon.

A few days ago, we seen the South Korean version of the LG G3 with the new Android L 5.0 platform on HTML5TEST website. Last night, The Android 5.0 L firmware Ver. D85520A/build LRX21M for international G3 D855 was leaked at XDA forum.

Now, the AT&T variant of the G3 D850 running Android 5.0 Lollipop was spotted on HTML5TEST site. According to the site the Browser (Chrome 38) on a LG G3 D850 running Android 5.0 Build LRX21M SCORED 525 OUT OF 555 POINTS.

As mentioned in the Browser User agent String, The firmware loaded on the AT&T LG G3 is based on Android 5.0 build LRX21M, which is the same build number as the current Nexus 9 firmware.

It looks like LG engineers are testing the Android 5.0 Firmware for the AT&T G3 D850. The firmware is almost the final build – LRX21M, So AT&T LG G3 owners should receive the Android 5.0 update soon.

Stay Tuned

Source: http://html5test.com/s/b0853923b8c48d7d.html

4 thoughts on “AT & T LG G3 D850 running Android 5.0 build LRX21M Spotted on HTML5TEST site”

  1. I purchased the lg g3 850 from bestbuy . Its at &t but im running on metro pcs network, i cant get updates. It wont let me connect to my pc via usb either. What are my options for updates?

  2. I’m still looking for a P930-Nitro(older), and hopefully one for the cheaply made G Pad-7, V10. Mine has been stuck on TTS for 3 months, all it does is talk, so I downloaded the manual, maybe I can fix that part. In General, Unpleased. All products are ATT.

  3. MY Dual Screen is Gone and I’m NON-Plussed, Very unhappy with this, also, I don’t like the new buttons on the bottom. Whats up with these buttons anyway?

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