On Sunday, the folks at AT&T have pushed the KitKat OTA update to their LG G2 owners, and now the Android 4.4.2 update for the T-Mobile variant of the LG G2 is now available for download. Anyway, the T-Mobile update is not yet available for download over-the-air. If you want to get the new firmware on your device you will either have to download it from LG’s servers and flash it manually, or hook up your G2 to the PC and update it through the PC utility.
Besides bringing the usual KitKat goodies like transparent navigation and status bars, white status bar icons, cloud printing, full screen album and movie art in lock screen, or the new immersive mode, the new firmware also arrives with minor tweaks for LG’s UI, performance improvements, and bug fixes.
As usual, we are talking about a staged roll out, therefore not all T-Mobile LG G2 owners will be able to download and install the software update right away. If you can’t find the update via LG’s PC tool it might mean that you will still have to wait a couple of days. However, the folks at T-Mobile should also start rolling out the OTA update, soon. Once the Android 4.4.2 KitKat OTA update will be made available for download a system update message would pop up in your device’s notification area. Alternatively, you will be able to find the new firmware under Settings > About Phone > Software Updates > Check for updates.
It’s also worth mentioning that the new firmware update that is now being pushed to the T-Mobile G2 owners has a size of 1.5 GB. If you want to get the update file and flash it manually on your device you can download it from this link.