Verizon released the LG Intuition more than a year ago. The smartphone was launched with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich operating system out of the box, but LG promised that a Jelly Bean upgrade would be available at some point.
Well, it looks like the South Korean company has just delivered the promised Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update, as Verizon customers, owners of LG Intuition, report the availability of the upgrade.
According to the official changelog, aside from bringing the phone’s software to version Android 4.1, the update adds the following changes to the user interface:
- Multi-page share is now possible;
- There is no longer a cover or page 1 when using Notes;
- Backup Assistant Plus Media has been updated to 220.127.116.11;
- Single Sign-On Client has been updated to 3.1.15;
- Verizon Tones has been updated to 5.1.6.
In addition, several bugs affecting the Intuition’s software have been addressed as well. The complete list is detailed below:
- Bookmark sync is now operating;
- Phone and Contacts are now unified;
- VPN is no longer set as default;
- Option to manually download cloud files from Backup Assistant Plus media app is now available;
- Help Center Embedded Contents have been improved.
It is also worth mentioning that once the update is applied, users will notice that there are a few new games installed on their devices such as EA Real Racing and Shark Dash.
Several Verizon applications will be preloaded on the smartphone as well, including VZ Tone, Backup Assistant Plus Contacts, Backup Assistant Plus Media, My Verizon, NFL Mobile, Slacker and VZ Navigator.
Lots of new functions have been included in the update, so users will now be able to enjoy the phone’s extended functionality: New Album, Copy Album, Move Album, Copy Image, Move Image, Album Hide and Filmstrip View.
For the complete list of changes added via Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update, make sure you check out Verizon’s official changelog for LG Intuition.