Discontinuation Notice: No more updates will be added to this tracker.
LG’s exit from the smartphone market was expected but tragic nonetheless. How so? Well, even if you weren’t on the lookout for an LG smartphone, good competition between brands is nearly always a good thing for us consumers.
And with LG gone, folks in the U.S. are now left with only a handful of carrier-locked phones to choose from the likes of Samsung, OnePlus, and Motorola. Check out more on that here.
That said, LG is still expected to release the Android 11 as well as Android 12 updates for eligible models. Of course, Android 12 is still far-off since the company is yet to seed Android 11 to several phones.
As the Android 11 update continues to spread to eligible handsets around the world, some users who’ve received it on their LG smartphones have noticed a few bugs and issues that have tagged along.
Before your excitement around getting the update drowns, we’d like to point out that bugs and issues are common with major OS updates.
Now, in this article, we’ll be keeping tabs on all bugs, issues, and problems that pop up with the Android 11 update for LG smartphones.
Fortunately, at the time of writing, it seems that the update to Android 11 for LG phones does not carry many bugs and issues.
Although this might change in the following weeks and months as the update goes live for more devices and in other regions.
Whatever the case, we’ll update the tracker table below with the current status of all known bugs and issues that come with the official Android 11 update on any LG smartphone. So you may want to bookmark this page for quick access.
NOTE: The table below will be updated continuously to reflect the latest developments.
|Battery draining issue
|LG V60 ThinQ
|Images not loading in default Gallery app
|LG V60 ThinQ
|Vulnerability lets attackers bypass lockscreen security
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