Verizon is rolling out over-the-air updates for its LG G5 and LG V10 this week. The updates come with minor tweaks to both smartphones.

The telecommunications company began releasing the updates on Tuesday, so users can expect notifications about the upgrades to pop up on their devices within the next couple of days, according to GSM Arena

For the LG G5, which was released just this April, the software version code is VS98713A. It is not a major upgrade, as in a jump from Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow to the yet-to-be-released Android 7.0 Nougat, but it is a firmware update that adds functionality to the handset.

The most notable tweak from the firmware update is the addition of an app drawer on the G5’s launcher. The LG G5 was designed not to have one, so phone owners had to resort to downloading a launcher with an app drawer from Google’s Play Store. Upon update, users can enable the appearance of the app drawer on the launcher by turning the feature on on the Home screen options under the device’s Settings menu, as noted by Neurogadget

Another tweak brought by the update is found on the LG Health app of the G5. Users can now make custom changes to the exercise modes and the dashboard of the app.

The last tweak onto the LG G5’s firmware is the inclusion of a USB selection screen pop-up that displays Charging, File transfer, Photo transfer and Software installation options whenever the device is plugged into a computer using a USB cable. 

Meanwhile, the LG V10’s update has the software code VS99023A and comes with the same USB selection screen pop-up as the G5, according to Android Central

Verizon also disclosed that the update will bring significant improvements to the handset’s Wi-Fi Calling functionality.