It looks like T-Mobile’s version of the LG G4 (model number H811) is finally in the process of receiving the update to Android 6.0 Marshmallow. This has already made it to many other variations of the smartphone, so it’s nice to see it landing on one more carrier version.

Neither LG nor T-Mobile have officially announced the rollout yet, but it is happening, according to multiple people reporting as much on Reddit. Most of those who managed to install it have done so through the LG Bridge software for PCs and Macs, but there is one mention of an over-the-air update too.

This means you should probably expect the OTA rollout to pick up some steam in the next few days, and hopefully reach all of TMo’s G4 units out there soon. After you apply this update, you’ll be on software version H81120I, by the way. There’s no changelog to speak of just yet, but obviously all the new things Google has packed into Marshmallow are in – including Now On Tap, the battery-saving Doze function, the revamped permissions system, and much more.

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