AT&T has released a software update for LG’s flexible smartphone which was released last year. Before LG G Flex fans get all excited, let me point out that this update doesn’t bump up the core Android OS version from 4.4.2 to 4.4.2. The smartphone was updated to the former back in April and it has stayed at Android 4.4.2 since then. The latest software update has more to do with fixes, security patches and optimization for the G Watch support.

The AT&T G Flex software update carries build number D95020f and brings “latest Android security patches” for the smartphone. It may not sound so important but patches like these are released to ensure that users are protected against potential mobile security risks, so its advisable to jump on the update as soon as possible.

LG’s native music application for this smartphone also gets an updated version in this release, it should appease music fans who use LG’s own application for listening to tunes on their G Flex.

As previously mentioned this update includes compatibility fixes for the LG G Watch, which AT&T also sells through its retail stores and online store. Users should expect the smartwatch to play nice with the G Flex now that the update takes care of any issues with compatibility.

No word on just how meaty this software update for AT&T LG G Flex is but the carrier suggests connecting to a Wi-Fi network before starting the download.

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