LG V30 Oreo

davidfrnks7

    Hi!t

     

    I saw that T-Mobile recently continued the rollout of android oreo 8.0 to the LG V30 LG-H932y

     

    I updated my V30 on the original rollout date with LG Bridge and my phone has had some pretty nasty bugs ever since. I saw that the update was halted due to bugs that were a result of this update.

     

    My questions is how do i update to the "newer" update if they both have the same build number/software version? Is the "newer" update the same from earlier this month and there weren't any bug fixes? Please help me out because i am confused.

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      • zerokool2k

        Re: LG V30 Oreo

        I have the exact same question... In fact I find it very odd that T-mobile didn't even mention this knowing that some people had already updated their phone via LG Bridge???

         

        it's as if we don't matter ❕❕❕

        • tmo_mike_c

          Re: LG V30 Oreo

          Hey there davidfrnks7  and zerokool2k .

           

          Have either of you received the new update? If not, can you check the software version and see if it recognizes the new version or if it gives you any errors? We really wanna make sure you get the update so please let us know what happens. Thanks!

            • davidfrnks7

              Re: LG V30 Oreo

              Trying to use LG Bridge PC application it tells me that the software is up to date and checking the update on my phone yeilds the same response "your system is up to date".

                • attrocks

                  Re: LG V30 Oreo

                  The "new" update is the same version and build as the initial one.  The McAfee was the only change.  It does not therefore register as a new version and does not update if you are already on Oreo. 

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                  • tmo_mike_c

                    Re: LG V30 Oreo

                    Okay, so there's a limit to how many updates are pushed out to prevent congestion on the network. I don't have a number of how many are pushed out daily, but that's most likely why you haven't received it. If you look at the Status section of our Software updates: LG V30/V30+ page, it gives a brief update on how the software is gonna roll out to folks. Basically, you'll wanna check it daily and update when you get the option. After July 3, there will no longer be a daily limit for the software push, and it'll be available for folks that haven't received it.

                • magenta4965814

                  Re: LG V30 Oreo

                  I don't think you guys that are answering really get it. I have the same issue. I was one of the unfortunate few that managed to download the Oreo update around may 12th or so. The update that was buggy af and I can't use Bluetooth, have signal drops, and other glitches. This update was cancelled. Unfortunately we could not roll back to Nougat. So I've been sic stuck with this glitchy phone for almost a month now. This glitchy Oreo that came out a month ago has the same build number as the new, fixed one. How will us folks that were unfortunate enough to update last month to Oreo get the newest update when it will probably see that we don't need the update because it's the same exact build number? You would think that T-Mo would have made the update available first to the people that have been dealing with the glitchy original Oreo update. But now it looks like we maynever get updated as the update service probably won't recognize that we need an update since the build number on the fixed Oreo is the same as the build number on the screwed up Oreo update.  

                    • attrocks

                      Re: LG V30 Oreo

                      The "new" update was the same as the original one .  They did change the McAfee version whch was causing issues.  If you got the early version, it is the same as the latest version . I did a full reset and it cleared up my issues including Bluetooth . Have you tried wiping and restarting?

                        • magenta4965814

                          Re: LG V30 Oreo

                          Yes. I completely factory reset the phone and installed 1 app at a time, no backups restored or anything. Set up as a new device. Bluetooth is still unusable because of audio skips. Very often, I lose data even when it shows a signal and 4G. I have to put in airplane mode and off to get data to work again. It's glitchy as all hell. First I had wiped, factory reset, restored backup and still had problems. So then I completely factory reset without restoring backups. The problems still return. So I can't imagine the new update is the same thing. The first one is a giant mess.

                      • dcountsvme

                        Re: LG V30 Oreo

                        2018/06/08  DON'T UPGRADE IS MY ADVICE.  My V30 was flawless prior to update.  Google must use T-mobile as a pre-beta site.  Oreo V8.0.0 is not in anyway ready.  Calls out or in about 40% of the calls can't hear my voice - this is true on speaker and Bluetooth.  The SMS text app will no longer display new texts or texts not responded to, although the notification sound does work.  Missed call counter will no longer display on the app on your landing page / desktop.

                        Don't waste time with tech support, after a long wait you will get the ol' brush off "have you rebooted your phone?"  "ok, now do a factory reset"...

                        Nothing.

                        Wait for 8.1.  I screwed up and broke my own rule of never upgrading to a X.0 version. 

                        TMobile - you should test on your own phones before you send this crap out.

                        • marcaronson408

                          Re: LG V30 Oreo

                          LG V30 owner still on "N" -- haven't tried the "O" upgrade yet.

                           

                          Based on this thread, it looks like it's a disaster. Is anyone having success with the LG V30 "O" upgrade?

                           

                          Thanks!

                           

                          Marc