Owners of the LG Leon and LG G Stylo would be happy to know that they can finally upgrade their mobile devices to Android 5.1.1 Lollipop. T-Mobile has recently released the latest Android Lollipop software updates for the stylus-enabled phablet G Stylo and the Leon smartphone. Software update is available over-the-air (OTA) push over WiFi only since June 29 and 30.
According to T-Mobile, these releases are mandatory updates to the latest Android version (Software H63110e for LG G Stylo, H34510e for LG Leon). Initially, updates are available for download over WiFi but beginning July 10 and July 11, they will be ready via cellular data. As with most Android Lollipop updates, Android 5.1.1 will bring several minor improvements like enhanced display and longer battery life for WiFi calling.
To know if your device is on the latest software version, go to Settings> General> About phone and you’ll see which version the device is running. If you see Android 5.1.1, then it means it’s already up to date. If not, you can update as long as you have at least 483MB (G Stylo) or 317MB (Leon) available memory, at least50% battery, and WiFi connection.
Usually, an Over-The-Air (OTA) notification will show up on your LG device so you can download automatically and install. If you see such notification, simply click on ‘Install’ and restart the device.