Back in April the folks from T-Mobile started pushing out an update to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean for the LG Optimus L9, but they quickly pulled the update after a slew of issues were found. However, today all you Optimus L9 owners that have been dealing with the issues after updating, or waiting for Jelly Bean, they've resumed the update this week.
When LG and T-Mobile canceled the update back in May it was said to be causing the phone to randomly reboot, apps crash, battery life went out the window with terrible battery drain problems, and more. Not the best "update" if you ask us. Today though, everything should be all good.
It's been over two months, so LG and T-Mobile have received plenty of time to get things fixed and make it right. Today we're hearing the update is rolling out in small stages, and T-Mobile confirmed this over on their support page. The update was initially pushed in small batches starting Wednesday the 10th, but is now available to all L9 owners.
The update will ring in at around 355mb in size and should upgrade you to Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean (not even 4.2) and will fix all the issues mentioned above. You'll also enjoy some security patches, Google Now, and everything else that comes with Android Jelly Bean. So far we haven't heard any reports of further issues, but head into settings and check for updates to get the latest. Then drop is a comment if all does, or doesn't go well with the new update.