Emmy, 05 Dec 2015Is the g2 t-mobile a good phone please let me knowHello goodmorning..I bought a g2 t-mobile phone..but the 3g/H/4G network does come up..what do I do?..I just bought the phone in nigeria
I just upgrade my LG G2(d802)form kitkat to lollypop(5.0.2) through PC,now problem is screen display went off itself ,only while charging display don't go off and work properly.........i need expert 's suggestion
could any one plz...........
Andrej, 04 Dec 2015How is battery lie with cyanogen mod?with cm 12.1 I have 6 hours of screen on time with wifi, and 4+ with 4g mobile internet. blazing fast phone and I have it already for 1.5 years still no problem
Tushar, 04 Dec 2015lg g2 korian varson perfect ?? & lg g2 global varson parfect ?? pls pls pls suggest me . ... moreThe Korean version has smaller but replaceable battery and an SD card slot. Otherwise there are no visible differences.
But take care if you want to use the LTE. Check the LTE bands used by your carrier and then compare if the phone supports them- the Korean version of the G2 actually contains of THREE subvariants each supporting a different set of frequencies.
Also check the seller. There are many "refurbished" G2s which don't work properly.
last night i update my Os from kitkat to 5.0 ..
on kitkat my phone used to drop battery from 100 to 94 very fast..
on 5.0 my phone did drop battery fast.... i am Happy with 5.0
lg g2 korian varson perfect ?? & lg g2 global varson parfect ?? pls pls pls suggest me . i want to buy this.............................
dopet, 02 Dec 2015Very good phone,fast and reliable. The thing is that i feel played by the seller of the phone... moreu know i got scared first time i updated my g2 from kit kat to lollipop manually,i did with sim card out thinking that it could be an issue,after upgrading the phone ...i wanted to put my sim in it,,, and then i reealized that my phone was not getting service turned it off..then back on.. took sim out put it back in but still didnt work... ate as fast as i could my lunch and decided to flash the system back to kit kaT....made a master reset before with no sim in it and after put it in too got the same .... when i was prepared to flash the phone ... asked my self what about resetting the phone but this time with the sim in it....i did and for my surprise the sim card was recognized... so i think that because the phone is not a factory unlock and comes from another carrier made me that bad joke after updating it..... my phone is lg G2 d800 at&t version ....... u may try this to see if it helps
dopet, 02 Dec 2015Very good phone,fast and reliable. The thing is that i feel played by the seller of the phone... moreThen I guess you better get in touch with one with your local service centers, they may be able to help you. Something could be possibly done DIY style but it would be sort of tricky.
Very good phone,fast and reliable.
The thing is that i feel played by the seller of the phone.I bought it from ebay and it said it was unlocked from AT&T network.But it isn't reallly.I cannot update it unless i use an AT&T sim card under the AT&T network.Also it's locked on LTE and doesn't have a choice for WCDMA or GSM.
tdi68, 02 Dec 2015hi anonymous....my LG G2 problem is solved now...after I uninstall avg anti virus and clean ma... moreYeah, makes sense. I think both of these apps are always running on the background, scanning your device, that can suck your hardware dry if something goes wrong with the app. Glad to hear your problem is solved.
If you care about an Antivirus software, I'm running Avast and so far it seems to treat the system resources reasonably, although if you don't install every shady crapp out there and don't get your apps from third-party sites, you should be pretty much safe.
Anonymous, 29 Nov 2015500 mb of free RAM? That sound a bit low. Please verify what apps are running on the backgroun... morehi anonymous....my LG G2 problem is solved now...after I uninstall avg anti virus and clean master my phone never getting hot anymore....and now my phone run very smooth n fast and never lag anymore.
Minu, 01 Dec 2015Can anyone help me i bought lg g2 vs980. Its. A superb phone but it seems not supporting 4g in... moreThe easy solution? Buy a device that supports your local LTE bands.
Seriously people. If there are numerous regional variants of one device, most of the difference will lie in the supported frequencies. Of course it will not work in Pakistan. It was intended to be used halway around the world away from there. Check this before you buy anything.
But okay. It may be possible to enable the Pakistani LTE band but you better head over to the XDA and read. Read a lot. It may require some alterations to your device (I'm almost sure it will require root and possibly also an unlocked bootloader to start with) and if you set it to wrong values, you may lose all connectivity altogether, so it's one of the more risky procedures.
Can anyone help me i bought lg g2 vs980. Its. A superb phone but it seems not supporting 4g in pakistan. What to do
Budi, 30 Nov 2015Which the best phone.. Oppo R5, oppo find 7, LG G2 or oppo R7?
For dialy use.. Performance a... moreWell, we can never say for sure without owning all of these devices for a couple of months but judging from the specs...
R5 and R7 are sporting AMOLED screens be it a pro or a con, that's up to you. They use the newer SD 615 SoC which is somewhat slower than the old SD 800 in G2 and allegedly overheats, which causes frequent performance drops due to thermal throttling. The Find 7 sports a more powerful hardware than the G2, it's basically the LG G3 but that may not be an advantage as the SoC is just marginally better and did not cope well with the high resolution of G3. It can be expected that the Find 7 will behave in a similar way.
The GSMArena endurance rating seems to confirm this. G2 is rated at 81 hours while the Oppo devices range from 38hours (R5) to 63 (R7) hours. Find 7 is rated at 44 hours, so about a half of G2's endurance.
The camera is impossible to measure from hardware specs only as the postprocessing does an afwul lot of work on the pics, that's why the Sony phones usually fail even though they have excellent camera hardware.
The Find 7 and R7 phones have 3gigs of RAM. That's an advantage over the G2 but frankly, I have never had any problems with the amount of RAM on my G2.
What you may also consider is the software side. The functions and the UI. Which solution is more in accord to your tastes. But also check out the software updates. LG is not exactly known for rolling a lot of updates and the 5.0.2 might be the end of the line for G2 but I googled around for the updates to Find 7 and I was not thrilled. By the date the G2 started receiving Lollipop, the Oppo devices were still struggling for a Kitkat update and I don't think they ever received more than a few screenshots of the future Lollipop beta that is supposed to come "soon." The forums are fairly full of people bitching about the way Oppo handles its software. Some even say that to own an Oppo means to be "forever in beta." That does not seem very encouraging if you care about such a things.