Apr 18 AT 12:12 PM Nick Sarafolean 1 Comment

KitKat now rolling out to Verizon LG G2

Verizon LG G2 (2)

We know that it always brightens someone’s day to know that a new software update is inbound for their device. Today, the treat is for LG G2 owners on Verizon; Android 4.4.2 KitKat is now rolling out to their devices. The update includes all the usual improvements of KitKat, plus a few from LG and Verizon. Here’s the rundown of improvements:

  • Color Adjustment has been added.
  • ‘Magnification Gestures’ label is now ‘Touch Zoom’ label.
  • ‘Shades’ label is now ‘Screen Shades’ label.
  • ‘Captions’ have been added.
  • ‘Touch and Hold Delay’ is now ‘Touch Feedback Time.
  • ‘Speak Passwords’ label is now ‘Read Passwords’ label.
  • ‘Power Button Ends Call’ label is now ‘Power Key Ends Call’ label.
  • ‘Easy Access’ label is now ‘Accessibility Settings Shortcut’ label.
  • The latest location specs are now reflected.
  • Indicator Color has been changed to white.
  • Premium Visual Voice Mail, which converts voice mails to text so you can read them discreetly.
  • Basic Visual Voice Mail, with a 20-message mailbox, is included at no charge.

The update brings in plenty of changes, albeit many that are minor. If you get the update, let us know how you’re enjoying it down in the comments!

Via: Android Central

Source: Verizon

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