LG makes G4’s Android 6.0 Marshmallow update available across Europe

Marshmallow has arrived! Photo: LG

Marshmallow has arrived! Photo: LG

LG’s Android 6.0 Marshmallow update for the G4 is now available across Europe, just weeks after making its initial debut in South Korea. The update weighs in at 1.5GB, and you can download it over-the-air or via LG’s Bridge application for Mac and PC.

The G4 became the first third-party (non-Nexus) Android device to get a Marshmallow upgrade earlier this month, but LG has been somewhat slow to make it available to all. The update was initially made available in South Korea and then Poland before being halted temporarily.

Now the update is rolling out again, and according to G4 owners on Reddit, it’s available in many markets across Europe — including Germany, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Croatia, Hungary, and the U.K. — on devices with the H815 model number.

This release brings features like Doze, new app permissions, and a whole host of other improvements and new features. If you haven’t already received an update notification to download it over-the-air, try using LG’s Bridge application instead.