A report from the worldwide Business Times says that the Moto X from 2014 and the Moto X from 2013 are now receiving the Android 5.1 Lollipop update. HTC Product Manager Mo Versi mentioned on Twitter that both T-Mobile and Verizon One M9’s are up next, now on schedule to receive their updates next Monday, July 20th. Still, a lot of people expect a flagship to receive Android updates for at least 2 years after its release and that is what most HTC One M8 users were betting on. However, according to a Gotta Be Mobile report, the LG G4 may get the 5.1.1 upgrade soon. Some of the features users can expect in the update are related to the device’s 20-megapixel rear camera. Those with a lost or stolen HTC One M9 can lock the phone and keep it locked even after a factory reset. In addition to the software goodies in Lollipop 5.1, this build includes “Device Protection”. The roll out has started on 15th of July as only a smart portion of AT&T One M9 devices have received the new firmware. After the update, you can use the volume slider to change the settings on Interruptions.
Furthermore, reports also suggest that the LG may not push Android 5.1 Lollipop update for the LG G3, and may wait for a timely update with Android M. Recently, there was an update with a labelled version of VS98524B, or 24B.
In that case, you need to download the flash file and with the help of recovery options, you can directly update your mobile. The temperature management of the device has also been tweaked in order handle that Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 chipset better.