LG recently released the Android 10 update for the LG V50 ThinQ. This update came early for the device and was a surprise to fans. The update came with the UX 9.0, LG’s custom version of Android 10.
The changelog of the update did not contain much. However, users of the LG V50 ThinQ have now had a chance to experience and enjoy the update. Users have now seen what exactly the UX 9.0 has to offer.
The update apparently comes with more than just the run-of-the-mill changes. According to @SomeGadgetGuy on Twitter, with the update, the LG V50 ThinQ now supports a Desktop Mode.
@SomeGadgetGuy reveals that even though the UX 9.0’s Desktop Mode does not enjoy the refinement of Samsung DeX or Huawei Desktop Mode, it is more polished than the one developed by Google.
To setup up Desktop Mode on your LG V50 ThinQ running UX 9.0, you have to connect the device to an external monitor using a USB Type-C to HDMI adapter. Once the connection is established, a “screen sharing mode” prompt will appear. You can then choose to “tap to switch to desktop mode”.
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