Verizon and LG has started rolling out Android 6.0 Marshmallow update to Verizon LG G4 users. The update brings the build version VS98624C and is being pushed via OTA (over-the-air). Though Verizon started rolling out the update, it might take some time to hit your G4 handset. It seems, Verizon users have some good days back to back as yesterday Verizon One M9 updated to Marshmallow OS.
If you’re one among those users who can’t wait for the OTA update and wanted to experience the new Google OS, then it’s all possible by manually flashing the OTA update. For this you device should have stock recovery installed unless – which will be present unless you flash any custom recovery like TWRP. It is a simple process and every G4 users can easily follow the same.
How to install Marshmallow VS98624C on Verizon LG G4
Before proceeding make sure you have installed all those previous updates being rolled by LG. You can check by going to Settings > Update section and look for latest updates.
Then you need to download the above Marshmallow ROM and transfer it to device storage. Now boot the device into Stock Recovery and choose install update option. Select the ROM and confirm. That’s it! Now the LG G4 does the rest. Once done, choose “reboot system now” option to start enjoying the Android 6.0 Marshmallow on your Verizon LG G4 smartphone.
Changelog: The Marshmallow update brings new features like Doze mode, Now on Tap, advanced direct sharing options, renewed Google settings, Wi-Fi calling, etc.