LG (Android 13) update rollout, bugs, issues & new features tracker (cont. updated)

Tracker Guide
(Among the following, click on the section of interest to go to it)
Info last
updated on
Device name Beta Status Stable Status Notes
April 21, 2023 LG Velvet 5G Released For details check Update 7 in Text section
April 1, 2023 LG Velvet LTE
April 17, 2023 LG Wing Released For details check Update 6 in Text section
March 28, 2023 LG V60 Released For details check Update 3 in Text section
Info last
updated on
Affected Channel
or Platform
Affected Device/s Bug/Issue description Current Status Workarounds
Info last
updated on
Description of new feature Status Supported devices

Update 7 [Apr. 21, 2023; 06:50]: LG Velvet 5G on Rogers to get an update on April 26.

Update 6 [Apr. 17, 2023; 09:40]: LG Wing gets update in South Korea.

Update 5 [Apr. 6, 2023; 17:06]: LG Velvet 5G UW on Verizon gets updated.

Update 4 [Apr. 4, 2023; 17:53]: LG Wing update expected in Q2, 2023.

a. [18:01]: LG Velvet 5G on Fido to get an update on April 26.

Update 3 [Mar. 28, 2023; 13:22]: LG V60 (T-Mobile) users get the update.

Update 2 [Feb. 7, 2023; 14:55]: Velvet update available in South Korea (1, 2, 3), bringing back Widevine L1.

Update 1 [Dec. 26, 2022; 15:01]: LG Velvet to be updated in Q1, 2023 (Korea).

    Note: The time of the update is mentioned in IST and is in 24-hour format. Also note, the text updates will show up in descending order with the latest coming at the top.
The following are some instructions that’ll help you go through this tracker easily:

This tracker has separate sections for keeping tabs on the update rollouts, bugs, and issues plaguing LG’s Android 13 OS, and the new features. Following is a brief explanation for each section:

    1. The LG Android 13 Update release tabular section is dedicated to tracking the update rollouts or releases in different regions, and you can find the regional details in the LG Android 13 Update Rollout Text section at the end of the article.
    How to scan the Updates section based on your interest:

    • A new update (Beta or Stable) that has come upon the present day with respect to a device, can be checked in the table. All you have to do is spot your device in the table. In the device-specific row, Info last updated on conveys the date on which the section in question was updated with the latest.
    • If you wish to know the details about a specific update, like the version/build number, region, and changelog, etc, in that case, you’ll have to head to the Text Update section (which one in particular? Well, that’s mentioned in Table section for the concerned device, under the ‘Notes’).
    Note: The dummy entries with device names are based on the devices eligible for receiving this OS update, and may change based on the company’s official decisions.
    2. Next up, is the LG Android 13 Bug, Issue, and related developments tabular section, which is dedicated to tracking the problems (reported, officially acknowledged, or unacknowledged) in LG Android 13.
    How to scan the bug/issue section based on your interest:

    • This section dedicatedly tracks the glitches and concerns reported in LG Android 13, and the related developments on the matter under the Status column. In order to make things easier for those affected, in the same table, the potential workarounds are also being listed.
    3. The last tabulated section is the LG Android 13 Feature release section which lists the tweaks or new feature releases provided by the OEM in LG Android 13. The Status column, in this table, conveys whether the information is official or a leak, along with the ETA, and supported devices (if available).
    Note: In the tables, all the newest additions show up in yellow color. [For example, workaround number 4 has been added on the present date, so under the Workarounds section for the issue in question, the 4th one will be highlighted in yellow]

That’s all for the instructions.

Note: Our team is trying hard to keep this tracker updated with all the latest info. However, if & when you feel something is missing, wrong, or should be added, do not hesitate to tip us in comments or through email.

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My fascination with technology and computers goes back to the days of Windows XP. Since then, I have been tinkering with OS, mobile phones, and other things. When I am not working on anything, you will find me enjoying video games on some Discord server.