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My phone did some kind of update without any user interaction. It has happen before I rooted it as well. Should I be worried ?

 

I thought you didn't get updates unless you said it was ok ?

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Any more info?  What was displayed on the screen?

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Any more info?  What was displayed on the screen?

 

My phone just came on saying updating now.

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Really not a lot to go on.  If your phone is working as it should, I wouldnt worry about it.

 

What network you on?

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Hope it didn't have custom recovery. Those who updated OTA with custom recovery had their phones screwed up. Then there is a complicated process on XDA forums LG G2 troubleshooting section on how to get it working again.

Good luck.

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I am with AT&T

 

Is there anyway to disable these updates ?

 

The update got a error anyway when done. Is that bad ?

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This is what I got I think.

 

http://www.androidcentral.com/att-lg-g2-gets-quick-15mb-update-support-future-updates

 

It failed though. Is that bad ? My phone is rooted.

 

You should be able to turn off the service using this app.

 

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=cn.wq.disableservice

 

Open it
Go to System Apps
Find Google Services Framework and tap it
Uncheck "SystemUpdateService"
Restart your device.

 

Of course, applying a diff ROM will turn it off as well.


This is what I got I think.

 

http://www.androidcentral.com/att-lg-g2-gets-quick-15mb-update-support-future-updates

 

It failed though. Is that bad ? My phone is rooted.

 

If it failed, then no changes were made. I wouldnt worry about it.

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could have been Application up[dates that were  applied   and if it was a system update go in to the settings for system update then click on info find o

ut when the last update was applied

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Thanks. Could I need this update in the future ?

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You should be able to turn off the service using this app.

 

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=cn.wq.disableservice

 

Open it
Go to System Apps
Find Google Services Framework and tap it
Uncheck "SystemUpdateService"
Restart your device.

 

Of course, applying a diff ROM will turn it off as well.


 

If it failed, then no changes were made. I wouldnt worry about it.

 

Does this disable automatic app updates too ?

 

I hope not.

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why are you worried   about this  cause it could be  your Apps updating from the google play store as well as  maby OTA updates that are being pushed  and if it is  OTA updates go in to settings about phone and under updates   or something check to see when the last OTA update was

 

some updates  like apps and such do this automatically.   

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Does this disable automatic app updates too ?

 

I hope not.

 

Dont think so.  Can always try it and re-enable the service if so.

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KitKat is out for T-Mobile variants.

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KitKat is out for T-Mobile variants.

 

It was such an easy install and my G2 is running even better than before

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It was a prerequisite for installing Kit Kit.  If you go into your settings and choose check for updates you can now upgrade to it, as long as you are on a wifi connection as it's 700 megabytes.

 

As long as you didn't have exposed framework enabled it should install fine and you'll keep root.  since the prerequisite installed fine KK should too.

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