Last but not least, Android 4.4.2 KitKat comes to AT&T LG G Flex (D950) with software version D95020b, in case you still haven’t received any update notification, you should manually check it via Settings -> General tab -> About phone -> Software update. This is a massive update since it’s loaded with the latest and greatest Android OS, the size of the OTA update file is 686 MB, because the file size is large enough you should connect to a Wi-Fi network before downloading.
Other good news came specifically for the Android enthusiast, now we can keep the root on the AT&T LG G Flex after upgrading to Android 4.2.2 KitKat (D950 20b). According to the official AT&T support site, besides loaded with the brand new OS, the update also delivers full-screen mode, fresh design of status and navigation bars, improved battery performance for better battery life, increased processing speed for smoother Android experience.
In this article, we assume that you haven’t done an update to KitKat yet, if you have already applied the Android 4.4.2 update then lost root, the only way is to downgrade to stock Jelly Bean firmware, follow the guide here.
- Stock rooted AT&T LG G Flex (D950).
- Working Wi-Fi connection.
Easy How to: AT&T LG G Flex Android 4.4.2 KitKat root
- If you have previously frozen or delete some bloatware apps, now you need to restore or re-enable it.
- Connect to the Wi-Fi network.
- You should get an updated notification now, otherwise you have to do it manually check for update.
- When you got the upgrade prompt, just accept to download.
- Next, you should apply the update now, and wait until the upgrade procedure is complete. Your phone will automatically reboot after the upgrade process is done..
- Once fully boots up, the root access on AT&T LG G Flex running KitKat (Android 4.4.2) will be retained.