S . SUDHAKAR, 29 Sep 2016Check the IMEI number. Because my G3 got bricked because of restore upgrade errors.Thanks, mine seems okay with it. And good luck with your next phone! Marshmallow looks nice but it should've been OTAed much earlier by LG for sure.
Did LG think updating G3 may put users off G5, and that's the reason of this desertion?
Now folks sing the praises of V20 but can't help but feel a bit iffy.
303tk4, 27 Sep 2016Guys I got my D855 updated to Marshmallow with LG PC Suite today! Thank you for the useful tip... moreCheck the IMEI number. Because my G3 got bricked because of restore upgrade errors.
Used a #LG #G3 for about 1.5 years, and while it worked there was no issues what so ever, the problem was even with the original ROM in action , the motherboard failed during warranty period twice, and later after warranty once. The cost of replacing mother board is not friendly, and the mother board is getting roasted and fails for almost all user or the shipment that was sold to the middle east has problem. Worst part is the phone that came after about an year #g4 was also not fixed by #LG. The software team of LG is also bad, hence I would not recommend this phone to anyone considering the cost of the phone is not that cheap as well !!
Guys I got my D855 updated to Marshmallow with LG PC Suite today! Thank you for the useful tips.
It was supposed to be a cinch but actually was a huge hassle because right after updating the OS, it got into BOOT-LOOPING...chill went down my spine... That was really horrendous moment.
After good five hours of scouring around websites, I found that there's "restore upgrade error" function on LG PC Suite's menu bar. So I reboot G3 in safe mode (coz it was still boot-looping) and connected to the PC Suite again. This function looks just re-installing update files again but it worked anyway.. it save the day.
Now my phone is kicking with shiny Marshmallow but I can't help getting cold feet to buy LG phone next time....
michalophone, 24 Sep 2016hi i just want to ask what phone should i get moto x 2nd gen? or lg g3?Don't you dare compare Lg G3 with Motorola! Motorola will never be LG! Get the G3 and enjoy your life bro ;)
michalophone, 24 Sep 2016hi i just want to ask what phone should i get moto x 2nd gen? or lg g3?Moto x 2nd gen does not have memory card slot. LG sucks as usual. Buy Samsung Note 4. It has VoLTE support. G3 does not have VoLTE support. Cool.
michalophone, 24 Sep 2016hi i just want to ask what phone should i get moto x 2nd gen? or lg g3?I have the Moto G2 but I going to change to this, because ram in G2 no is very good, I you want play games or Pokemon Go, is going to be hard, I have the lasted android (Mashmellow) and ram is very poor! and in the time battery fail, my phone only can live 6 hours with all turn off, only phone signal and power save.
Anonymous, 25 Sep 2016LG G3 obviouslyim still not convinced because they have the same specs but i like the look of moto but i feel like getting the lg because if i try to sell it its a more known phone
michalophone, 24 Sep 2016hi i just want to ask what phone should i get moto x 2nd gen? or lg g3?LG G3 obviously
hi i just want to ask what phone should i get moto x 2nd gen? or lg g3?
Anon, 20 Sep 2016Why are you on this page is you hate LG products so much. You've made quiet a few negative com... moreExactly my thoughts :) I don't have problems on my G3 either and it runs MM nicely!
Don, 20 Sep 2016This phone is great on hardward and performance even until today but has 2 problems in my opin... moreYes. 1440p display consume battery. Same is the case with my Note 4. But it is adjustable. I have bought Note 4 SM-910G because there is no OIS in Note 3 series.
I've had this phone for about one and a half years until it died, and at first I was very impressed by the phone. It was very fast and responsive, camera was pretty decent and had pretty cool features. That battery life was alright too even after using it extensively. I quite liked my phone while it lasted.
However I had some problems with the phone before it just died on me; at first the micro-sd card wouldn't register, then the SIM card wouldn't be detected, then the camera connection stopped working, and then finally the phone just stopped working. All of these happened a few weeks after another. I have a feeling that there was a soldering problem with the model (and from what I've read, quite a few LG G3 phones have had soldering problems, as the sim card slot is easily pushed out of place) and so connections were faulty. Trying to repair it would cost quite a bit of money so I opted to just leave it and purchase another phone.
All in all, while it lasted I loved my phone. However it was a great shame that it died so soon. I'll recommend if you're super careful with your phones, otherwise it may be wiser to buy a more sturdier phone.
This phone is great on hardward and performance even until today but has 2 problems in my opinion screen brightness in outdoors in bright weathers and very short battery life since i am a heavy user but no games ever i guess 1440p screens would use more battery than usual specially in hot weather it can barely last for a half day but in general i would recommend 1080p for cellphone screens to give you more use time on batteries .. My currant phone is LG g3 by the way
S . SUDHAKAR, 18 Sep 2016Well said man. Super.Why are you on this page is you hate LG products so much. You've made quiet a few negative comments. You probably have had one bad experience with an LG product but every few phones in a thousand made may have a fault & this is the case with every phone. I own the G3 & have had no issues whatsoever. Runs excellent on MM.