AnonD-542246, 07 Oct 2016my lg g3 d855 hard bricked how to fix friends pls help me
power off. then
hold volume down + power ky at the same time and u will get hard reset
I have an issue and need advice, After marshmellow update my G3 is charging slow at 1.amp.
I am using the original charger 1.8amp. Anyone else have this issue and can you suggest a way to fix it?
Also can the G3 charge faster with a 2.1amp charger? Many say it cant because it does not have qualcom quick charge. thanks
AnonD-125687, 05 Oct 2016You're talking about the update?At last! Mine is updated to V30c. Though downloading via opera is cumbersome because kdz file won't complete file i still had managed to update it via LG PC suite. Everything is great!
jimgerost88, 07 Oct 2016is this the 6.0.1 update?No, the recent update is not an android update. Version is still 6.0.
funny, 06 Oct 2016This mnth is oct not augst..dnt fool peapleLol.
received a new update called 2016 august patch. around 230mb.
i wonder even for 2014 series still make updates. feel little happy. now updating....
Anonymous, 04 Oct 2016It's maybe the place that your at.i think you are using 4g LTE network try GSM/WCDMA Network may be this help you
Received an updated today, its security patch till August 2016. Software version is V30n-EUR-xx
I am IT guy & after lots of research I bought this phone, i knew heat issue & cracks develop with time due to heat... but all in all 2 years and best phone ever... best coz it has remote which learns, radio, removable battery, laser camera, external sd card, 5.5' screen and it fits in small hands or pocket easily, lots of features. The key to success is that 1st I was using cloudy Rom and now marshmallow 30j ... never saw lag ever ... last 6 months I wanted to buy some new phone but couldn't find something similar with lots of options.
Anonymous, 03 Oct 2016My kdz file download stopped at 1.2GB but won't display ' completed' instead it shows 'downloadingYou're talking about the update?
acabg, 03 Oct 2016I update to 30n with pc suite, and I have problem with batt. On wifi for 1 min gone 1 %, but o... moreOur phones are old, once the phone turns on and stays on, and last long enough through the day, I think that is all that matters
I loved it at first, fast, powerful, large screen. The drabness of the screen was a shock having just switched from a Galaxy S3, but you get used to it.
It runs hot, the keyboard seems to have some precision issues as I've never made so many typos in my entire life until now. Keyboard lag is very real; texting is slow to respond in both opening and reacting to keypresses. You can type a whole word or two after immediately sending a text and none of it will be typed except the last letter. Knock code is great for unlocking your phone like a magician, but the screen is laggy so you often need to do it very slowly (easy for people to learn your code) or 3-4 times before it finally accepts that someone is touching it (again easy for people to learn your code).
All in all it's alright, but it gets hot, slow to respond and peevishly inaccurate when typing. I don't install all kinds of weird apps and I close the running apps often to keep RAM and CPU available.. so there really isn't any reason for it to be like this, it just isn't a great phone.
I have owned the LG G3 for the last year and half with no issues. Yes, it did come with that lag but it was not extreme and did not hinder my use of the phone. The only other thing I noticed is that it could run pretty hot. However I bought it a big box store and got a $200 gift card with it which covered the taxes on other accessories and under Verizon's edge program my monthly payment went down $15 (phone added 18 so minimal impact) so it felt very worth it.
I loved the phone from the start. It was upgrade over my previous phone, a Motorola droid ultra, being faster and with a much better screen. I loved the screen to phone ratio. So much screen, so little phone. It wasn't all that much bigger than the droid. LG's implementation of Android I was familiar with from my LG Tablet and I do like it. Knock on and off is great and being able to have a button to get to notifications is easier than pulling down the screen.
But the main reason I feel compelled to offer an opinion is that the upgrade to Marshmallow really transforms this device. I noticed it as soon as I got the OTA upgrade. Gone was the lag, the phone ran smoother and even seemed brighter.
However, a few weeks ago my phone started running hot after I tried to download and install a benchmark program. Not sure what went wrong; maybe got some rouge program or a virus. Anyway I did a factory reset and the result was amazing! Now it didn't just not lag, it flys. It runs cooler and everything is so much smoother. When I compare it to the new phones at Verizon, it seems to keep up with them just fine. I am not saying it is as fast only that the difference is not inspiring me to upgrade.
I have another 6 months of payments remaining and can upgrade early and may do that but it will not be because of the phone's performance.
Oh yea, did I mention I like the buttons in back....