Those who own an LG G4 on T-Mobile’s network can now download Marshmallow through the LG Bridge PC software. Many folks over at Reddit are reporting that they’ve been able to successfully upgrade to Marshmallow through the tool, though status on an OTA update remains to be seen.
T-Mobile has yet to mention anything about the update; however, if you plug in your smartphone and check for an update via the LG Bridge tool, you should be prompted to download the software.
A quick search on T-Mobile’s website says that Marshmallow is in the “Manufacturer Development” process, though that probably isn’t the case anymore. With the update available through the LG Bridge tool, it’s likely that it’s actually in the T-Mobile testing phase, indicating that a full rollout might only be a couple of weeks out.
Again, there’s been no official word from the carrier, but if you’re wanting to get your hands on Marshmallow early, you can grab the LG Bridge PC tool here to start the process. But, if you don’t mind waiting, that OTA is probably not far off.
As a quick refresher, Marshmallow brings some neat feature like Doze, Google Now On Tap, App Permissions, some improved design elements, and much more.