As you know, LG plans to release an update to Android 6.0 for very limited number of its smartphones. LG’s smartphones that will get the update: LG G4 and LG G3, as well as the recently appeared on the market LG V10.
But what to do other users of smartphones LG? Will they receive the latest version of Google’s operating system on their devices? Fortunately, they will receive updates via alternative firmware CyanogenMod. Today owner of smartphone LG G3 S, G3 Beat, G2 Mini and Optimus L70 have started to receive update to CyanogenMod 13.
If you’re one of the luckiest, who have one of the above smartphones, then you can download and install nightly builds firmware CyanogenMod 13, which is based on the open source Android 6.0.
Let me remind you that LG G3S and LG G3 Beat is a compact versions of last year’s flagship LG G3. You can download CyanogenMod 13 for these smartphones (code names jag3gds and jagnm) on the following pages of the official site firmware:
For the rest of the above mentioned smartphones you can download the firmware from the night following pages CyanogenMod:
Keep in mind that we are talking about nightly builds that do not belong to the stable release. So smartphones may little buggy.
Also remember that for the install of CyanogenMod on tablets and smartphones, you can use the CyanogenMod Installer. You can install the firmware yourself. To do this, you need to download the firmware and install with an alternate (modified) recovery such as Clockworkmod or TWRP.
Also do not forget to install popular applications of Google, such as Market, Gmail, and others, which you can download from this page wiki.cyanogenmod.org.