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Topic # 111775 14-Nov-2012 15:48
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My LG Optimus 3D Max updated OTA to GRK39F a couple of days ago. This version was rolled out to the Nexus phones in September 2011. 

I'm hoping it is a precursor to the Android v4.x update LG has been promising for Q4 for my phone. 

Adding: I love the3D Max phone the way it is....and have Android 4.x on my HTC Sensation and Lenovo K1 not in a huge hurry here for any updates unless they really add value.  

I'm on a high fibre diet. 


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  Reply # 717166 14-Nov-2012 15:58
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I would put no stock in eta dates given by LG, my old optimus 2x was supposed to get Android 4.0 quite some time ago, it still hasn't happened.
I hope for other peoples sake that after the Nexus 4 was developed by LG and Google together that LG pull finger for the future and be a little timely about updates.

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