the soft keys(back,home,tasks) stop working after while of upgrading my phone to lollipop
dani, 23 Mar 2015its was working gud untill i upgrade it to adroide 5.0.1 after this i lost all my videos and p... moreIf you had back up your photos and videos into google+, you can easily transfer them into your Nexus 4. but if u didnt back them up, sorry but I can't help u
For you guys complaining about Lollipop, Just know that 1) Its a newer OS designed for newer phones. 2) All new OS's try to add new features, most of witch take more processing power and don't work correctly. (for an example, look at Apple's IOS 8).
This phone is now best for what its not designed to do. That is Ubuntu for phones (https://developer.ubuntu.com/en/start/ubuntu-for-devices/installing-ubuntu-for-devices/). That is what I got this phone for and it is excellent.
I need help. I have lollipop 5.0.1., and in all sound mode i can't turn of vibration, i have looked everywhere and i don't know how to do it. Can anyone help me?
Hey Experts... I ve been using Nexus 4 since 2013 jan and lucky everything was perfect until in updated to lollipop 5... Starting from the day one my battery drains much quicker.. i m not even getting battery back of 6 hours with full charge with very limit usage.. in 3g it grains in a flash.. It also takes much time to get charge.. Experts,, pls do help me in this case.. I m in love with this phone and dont want to change to another. Awaiting eagerly for your solutions.. Please drop your valuable comments @ email@example.com..... Thank you guyzzz.....
Battery life is bad after two years. Not sure if it's unit,battery or something in background. Any ideas? A way to test battery strength?
Otherwise no trouble.
Currently using Android 5.0.1
N4 was a good choice in Q1 2013. After two years still quite powerful :)
its was working gud untill i upgrade it to adroide 5.0.1 after this i lost all my videos and photos also their is no gallery folder on the screen it was there before i upgrade it what should i do??
sam, 17 Mar 2015my nexus 4 was working fine before i upgraded to 5.0. battery life became bad to worse and pho... moreDear yuti,
i will recommend to upgrade Nexus4 to 5.0.1, after that install Hells Kernel, and all your complains will be wiped off.. :)
my nexus 4 was working fine before i upgraded to 5.0. battery life became bad to worse and phone crashing every now and then. now for some reason its not even switching on and i have no idea if the battery is fully dead now or has the hardware damaged.can anyone please help or advice of possible reasons for this failure
Any tell me that how i can improve the memory with usb ....mean how i can connect usb to nexus 4 to expand the memory
Hey Guys... I ve been using Nexus 4 since 1 year.. Everything went fine until i upgraded to lollipop.. Right from the time i upgraded to lollipop my phone's battery back became worst. it hardly stands for 4 hours with normal usage with 3g. Guys , please help me out and post some useful idea to recover. Shall i stick with lollipop or should i downgrade to kitkat and also tell me how to downgrade if thats the only option to get resolved.. Thanks in advance. Awaiting for help.. Good day...
does any one face the RAM problem in nexus 4 lolipop?????and screen going dark while taking calls????plz reply
asdfrewq, 10 Mar 2015It's a bloody good phone if u play decent games and at the same time do not want a very big ph... moreI used to think all this RAM is overkill but it is not. As with computers you can never have enough RAM.
Still shame about latest Nexus it is a gigantic and shunned by many of us lot. I have held it but just ridiculous.
The Nexus 4, for the price, is an excellent phone. The finish is very impressive, it feels like a premium phone (more so than a Samsung Galaxy, but the Samsungs weigh less). It's powerful and responsive.
However there are some corners that have been cut. The cameras aren't really up to much, they work but they are nothing special. The Phone isn't particularly clear when making phone calls (crackly). The display isn't as bright as the Samsungs, and sometimes can look a bit washed out under bright conditions (a very minor criticism compared to the others though).
Also being a Nexus, whilst there is little crapware installed, some of the Google apps aren't as good as best of breed in the Google play store. Also whilst you get the latest updates before other manufacturers, you also get the rough edges as well (i.e. it can be quite buggy when a new major release comes out). Two such persistent bugs include:
- Phone reboots quite often when taking pictures (in actual fact this is a kernel crash and in due course will corrupt your storage if it happens too often think computer blue screening).
- Random switch offs - or rather refusing to wake up - AKA sleep of death (SOD).
If you have experienced the above then both can be fixed by updating the kernel to the Franco kernel and then setting the minimum sleep frequency in the Franco kernel app. BTW just replacing the kernel will fix the camera bug (which Google aren't going to fix as they are introducing a new Camera API... at some point).
If you're technical and like to tinker or don't mind the odd rough edges then go for it. Otherwise I'd go for a Samsung S4 - possibly with a Cyanogen Mod firmware. I can't see myself getting another Nexus personally.
Larry, 08 Mar 2015I finally killed mine by trying to change the battery, which broke a connector that cannot be ... moreWhat you broke is the charging module. It can be easily replaced even by yourself with a minimum of equipment, I can help you with a step by step tutorial. All you need is to buy a charging module. Add me on fb Greeneyes Man.