We have some disappointing news for those of you with an LG Optimus L9 handset on T-Mobile now. If you have been patiently waiting for an official Jelly Bean update, we’re here to tell you that T-Mobile are now going to make you wait just a little longer – after running into a few mysterious problems when preparing to rollout.
The mid range device was released towards the end of last year in the US, running Ice Cream Sandwich Android 4.0 out of the box. T-Mobile had already confirmed that a Jelly Bean update would be taking place, but now they have confirmed that the update is now officially ‘on pause’, until further notice.
The update was due to start rolling out on May 7, but the carrier has now said that they need further time to improve performance within Jelly Bean, also revealing that they do not know when the update will resume again. It means that for consumers unwilling to install custom software, they will be stuck on Ice Cream Sandwich until T-Mobile has solved the problems.
The only good news that we can see out of this, is that the update will be a much better one when it is finally available. It would have been a PR disaster for T-Mobile if they released a broken update after making consumers wait so long – so it’s understandable from that point of view.
Having said that, we’ve also heard whispers that some of you have managed to install this paused update regardless. If you have an LG Optimus L9 on T-Mobile and are already running official Jelly Bean, let us know if you are running into problems or not.
Are you ok to remain on Ice Cream Sandwich, or will you now think about installing some custom Android updates instead?
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