A Google-powered Android app lets you update your G5 smartphone’s firmware to the latest version, and if you’re in the US, the app is available for download on Google Play.
In the US it’s available on the Google Play Store for $2.99, and for anyone outside of the US for $3.99.
The update is based on the same firmware that Google is releasing to all Android smartphones, and it will work for all versions of the G5.
The LG G6 will get the update soon, but it won’t be available for anyone who purchased it in the past.
The update comes after Google announced last week that the company is working on a way to upgrade the Android platform to run on top of its Tegra X1 chip.
The company said it will begin releasing its own version of Android that is based around Tegra chips, and the company’s Android TV device, the LG G4, will be the first to get the upgrade.
LG’s announcement came after it announced the first Android TV box, the X1 TV box.
Google’s latest update, which adds support for Android TV, is the first major hardware upgrade for Android smartphones since the release of the Google Nexus 4 smartphone last year.
Google said the G6 update will allow users to update their phone to the newest firmware without having to go to the Google app store.
The Google Play app will be available from March 23.