AT&T Rolling Out Marshmallow To The LG G4

Following the release of the Android Marshmallow update to the LG G4 on Sprint and T-Mobile, AT&T has followed suite and begun rolling out the latest major build of Android to the device.  The build is MRA58K and weighs in just shy of 1GB on the download size.  If you know your Android Marshmallow builds, you will know that the MRA58K was the original posted build of Android from Google back last fall.  It is unfortunate that it isn’t the latest 6.0.1 build but at least the upgrade is released which the good news.

As with these updates to Marshmallow from carriers and manufactures, the update is going to be rolling out in phases so it could be a few days or even a week or two before your LG G4 sees the download.  While you can check for it in Settings>About My Phone, generally it is best to just be patient – you’ve waited this long right? – to let the update come to your phone when it is pushed to



Along with the update to Marshmallow, AT&T has also stated in their release notes that video calling has also been enabled in this update.  AT&T announced this new feature back in November and it allows you to make video calls over LTE, not just Wi-Fi.

Once the download hits your LG G4, the update will take a few minutes to apply and your phone will reboot a couple of times.  If you haven’t read it, here is my review of Android Marshmallow.

If you have seen the update come to your AT&T powered LG G4, do leave a comment here or on Google+ to let me know how it goes.

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