It’s raining lollipops today. A few hours after T-Mobile released the much awaited Lollipop update for the Galaxy Note 4, Sprint went ahead with the release for one of its own devices. LG G2 owners on Sprint should keep their eyes peeled for an update notification because the carrier has finally released Lollipop for this device. The rollout has begun over-the-air so don’t worry if you haven’t immediately received an update notification on your device.

Sprint hasn’t been the fastest of carriers to release Lollipop for the LG G2, it has actually been the slowest. Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile have already released Lollipop for the G2.

The carrier has updated the support page for the LG G2 on its website to reflect that Android 5.0 is indeed being rolled out for this device. It brings an update to FM Radio software on the device aside from bumping up the core OS to Android 5.0.

Those who are new to Lollipop will experience the overhauled user interface, handful of new features and improvements that Lollipop brings for the first time.

Sprint is rolling out this update over-the-air so it will take a considerable amount of time for the update to go live for all users. One can try to manually get the update by going to the Settings app, but it depends if the update has gone live in that particular region or not.

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