abhi, 31 Dec 2014i bought g3 4 days back, im repeatedly facing warming issue when i run any game or any app wh... morethat is normal my friend. every andro phone gets warm while playing high end games. it overheat in hot weathers
i bought g3 4 days back, im repeatedly facing warming issue when i run any game or any app
what do i do to stable it??
did any of u felt the same at 1st when u bought the mobile??
Limited, 31 Dec 2014The point here my friend, is we don't want to root our phone just to get that so-called "... moreWell said. The battery capacity should have been 3500 mAh for G3 and the screen resolution should have been 1920x1080 and screen size should have been 5.3 inch.
LG technicians fixed my G3 by changing the software.
They said it can not be done manually(hard/soft reset) by the customer/user, they have an LG machine specially for this purpose.
Am confused now that LG technicians gave me my G3 with version 10l in it but when checking for new software updates, it shows there's the 10o newest version.
Can someone recommend if it's better to update G3 software to 10o or keep it as LG technicians gave me it 10l ?
Limited, 31 Dec 2014The point here my friend, is we don't want to root our phone just to get that so-called "... more First of all, to use Greenify and manually disable unessecary apps run on the backroound doesn't have to be rooted..
I agree to the part that all company's need to work their way with the batteries..Now i think most will start invest on that, and is the only thing that missing..
And no is not expensive phone the G3, actually is very chip at the moment..we get that 300 euro without contract..so compared to others is chip..
Ofcourse u dont need root but with root would be excellent, this and all other phones because we use android..if u dont like that then porpably u should consider IOS. But if u like it is better than IOS, simple as that.
Wipeout, 29 Dec 2014U deslike standby time of G3, battey at standby with lollipop and hard reset is 4+days...Hope ... moreThe point here my friend, is we don't want to root our phone just to get that so-called "3-4 days" battery usage. 3000mAh battery sounds good actually but it doesn't par with the specs. We buy expensive phones like the G3 as they have claimed to be a "flagship" phone. So why root? these OEMs are just making money out of our pockets.
The solution? why not make bigger batteries for bigger phones? A simple problem that should have been solved way back.
techmad, 30 Dec 2014I'd advise to go the 3gb ram route simply to "future proof" your device. I have the ... moreIf u hard reset means that ur Os will be kitkat, and AGAIN you have to upgrade to lollipop. Am ii right?
Hi bud..after you hard reset, your OS still lollipop or it went back to kitkat?
Wipeout, 31 Dec 2014Yes otherwise lollipop dont work well...Not soft reset...Hard reset and then all work perfect...I just did factory reset. Is it hard or soft?.
SUDHAKAR, 30 Dec 2014Is it compulsory to do hard reset after upgrading to 5.0?.Yes otherwise lollipop dont work well...Not soft reset...Hard reset and then all work perfect...
techmad, 30 Dec 2014I wouldn't tag it Mandatory, although Highly Recommended will better suit the requirement here... moreI have done factory reset. No difference. I have to monitor the battery standby time yet.
It took 7 hours for me to recustomize my G3 back after factory reset !!!.
Could you please advised me whether I buy LG G3 or Galaxy note III? Previously I had Galaxy note I then Galaxy note II.
Will it lag o 2gb ram? I mean if i play some game and with normal usage will 2gb ram work? Or the 2gb ram will always remain full? Should i opt xperia z2 instead of g3 2gb version?
techmad, 30 Dec 2014I wouldn't tag it Mandatory, although Highly Recommended will better suit the requirement here... morePls explain to me. U upgraded to lollipop and then u did hard reset n then what u did next? Stay on that kitkat or u uphrade again to lollipop? Thank in advance..
Fayzan, 30 Dec 2014Is 2Gb ram enough for g3....or should i opt 3gp version?Does it lagg on 2gb version?I'd advise to go the 3gb ram route simply to "future proof" your device. I have the 3GB version and on a day to day basis, I have easily 1 gb ram Free/Unused. Now you must understand that the way Android works, having Free RAM does not necessarily mean better performance and vice versa. So if you budget allows you to splurge on 3gb version, then go right ahead. Else you should be just fine on the 2gb as well.
SUDHAKAR, 30 Dec 2014Is it compulsory to do hard reset after upgrading to 5.0?.I wouldn't tag it Mandatory, although Highly Recommended will better suit the requirement here. I've updated with & without factory resets and have favourable outputs both the times. But with "MY" G3 in question, there were minor lag and heat issues that cropped up right after upgrading to LP. Post a Factory Reset however, all is well!! Hope this helps..
mitch, 30 Dec 2014how?Mitch. Connect your g3 to lg pc suite. Then go to software update. Idk if its already available via OTA. Just try to check, but i got mine via LG PC SUITE.