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Nov 29, · Cell Phones 11/29/ We are pleased to announce Android Lollipop software upgrade, version Dc for the LG G2 is now available. Mar 02, · LG G2 lollipop update Why is it taking so long to rollout? I know you have to had the source code for a few months, and testing really shouldn’t be taking that long. *I am not an AT&T employee, and the views and opinions expressed on this forum are purely my own. Any product claim, statistic, quote, or other representation about a. Apr 13, · Lollipop is now available for the LG G2 via Firmware Over the Air (FOTA) on April 14, Wi-Fi is required. Connect the device to Wi-Fi. Select Menu or pull down the notification shade. Select All Settings > General. Select About phone > Software update > Update Now.
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Apr 13, · Lollipop is now available for the LG G2 via Firmware Over the Air (FOTA) on April 14, Wi-Fi is required. Connect the device to Wi-Fi. Select Menu or pull down the notification shade. Select All Settings > General. Select About phone > Software update > Update Now. Aug 03, · [dlpkgfile] LG G2 D AT&T lollipop update file. Thread starter Abrilabr; Start date Apr 15, ; Forums. LG. LG G2. Could you please suggest a simple process to update AT&T LG G2 D running Dy to Lollipop? I was able to find the official file (LGD_Android_Lollipop_Dzip) for D on LG’s website but wondering. May 06, · After some great evolution, the root script for the LG G2 is now available as one click root package, in all pretty GUI form. In order to root your LG G2 in Lollipop update, all you need to do is download the one click root tool linked below and open it, connect your phone with requisite settings turned on, and click on the Root button.
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“Hello Plus” and iXBT.com: conflict settled
Last week, an open letter from the editor of the “Mobile Communications” section of iXBT was published in our news feed.com Eldar Murtazin regarding the unauthorized publication of materials from our site by the network resource “Allo Plus”.
It is pleasant to note that at the moment the incident that took place has been settled. In support of this, I would like to publish two letters:
Your indignation as an author who was not asked for consent to publish the material is quite understandable. We would like to inform you immediately that you have addressed accusations of violation of your rights to the wrong person.
Indeed, there is a magazine “Allo Plus” (in electronic and paper versions), the founders of which are the companies you mentioned. At the same time, there is an information project – a portal that has published reviews to which you link. The founders of the Allo Plus magazine have nothing to do with the existence of this project. As we found out, the editors of the portal entered into an outsourcing agreement for information support of this site with an independent company, whose employees (mostly students of Moscow universities) posted on it a number of reviews (by the way, the reviews were made at a high professional level) with all the imprint, but through negligence or ignorance without asking permission from the copyright holders.
After information was received about the lack of permissions to publish the materials of some of the reviews, all the materials mentioned were removed within 40 minutes, and the information support agreement with the guilty counterparty was terminated. The editors of the portal bring their apologies to the copyright owners, reviews of which were published with us without their permission.
We want to once again convey to all our readers and the general public that respect for copyright, including in the Internet environment, is fundamental and vital for us. We value the reputation of the magazine.
Project Manager “Allo Plus” N. AND. Nevzorova
By iXBT.com followed by a response like this:
Thank you for understanding my feelings as an author and for removing materials from the site of the Allo-Plus project. This project was considered by me to be directly related to the magazine, since the same information about the founders, as well as the composition of the editorial staff, is indicated in the output of the magazine and on the project website. It was also misleading that the pages of the paper magazine contain links to this project. After your explanations, it is clear to me that this project (portal Allo-Plus) belongs exclusively to Cominfo Consulting, and the list of founders given on the site refers only to the paper version of the publication.
The data you provided about the non-professional approach of the company performing work on this project is upsetting, but, nevertheless, this is a flaw of your editorial staff, that during the time they did not track the work of the hired company. In any case, thanks for the prompt response, for our part, we consider the conflict to be completely settled. I apologize separately for being too emotional.
Honestly, it’s very nice when such incidents end in mutual understanding.