1. I think all the LG batteries say 2210mAh on the label. I wonder whether that is the capacity when the phone says it is full or the capacity when left charging overnight (after which it will stay at 100% for several hours).
2. I already did a full reset and reinstallation. I am finding the battery drain to be erratic for reasons which I haven't yet figured out.
JohnR, 12 Mar 2016I upgraded my LG-H736P to Marshmallow a few days ago. It is possible to move some (but not all... moreI've upgraded to 6.0 also, i don't have a battery drain issue. I see battery improvements on stanby because of the doze feature.. Otherwise it's all good. I don't use gps that much, i only enable it when i will use it for something. Wifi i use it a couple of hours also. I always turn it off when not in use. Mostly im on 3G always., lte still is in progress for my town. Not all areas are covered. Try backing up your data and go for a factory reset. Which helps alot.. Then put back everything.. I once had an issue where i flash a stock rom on a lg spirit and had little issues but always a wipe data solves most problems when just upgraded to a new firmware. Because of old data on the phone.. And sometimes can get currupt during update process.. Give it a go.!
Hi im just need to confirm something to see if i got the right thing.. I bought my G4 Beat H736p off amazon, i got a 2210mah battery., in some review videos i saw some devices with 2300mah battery. If some one has same variant would tell what battery you have. And who has a different variant is it 2210 or 2300. Thanks..
I upgraded my LG-H736P to Marshmallow a few days ago. It is possible to move some (but not all) apps to the SD card.
I was hoping to see an improvement to the battery life, but it wasn't evident. So I worked through the discussion at http://forum.xda-developers.com/google-nexus-5/general/guys-call-wifi-battery-drain-6-0-t3219870 (the Nexus 5 is also made by LG and might have the same underlying platform). That discussion suggests that the high reported WiFi power drain (which is what my G4 Beat shows) is actually a reporting bug but, nonetheless, there is higher than expected power drain. I have changed the Location Services to Device only and the phone has managed 3 days since the last charge. We have to hope that whatever bug fixes are finally done for the Nexus get carried over to the G4 Beat.
nigves, 09 Mar 2016 LG G4S begins receiving Android 6.0 Marshmallow ... What modelxdo you have?
Cyberpython, 10 Mar 2016When? Mine does not :(Good Day,
I upgrate December 2015 to a LG G4 Beat. I`m very dissapointed about the battery. I must charge every day. I do not use my phone that much, as I am a pensioner. Sometimes during the day I could see my battery is flat. Is there a reason for..???
Please can you give me advise??
Anonymous, 08 Mar 2016For those who already updated their phone to marshmallow, kindly please tell u what are the ch... moreHow can you update the Phone to Marshmallow if Marshmallow is not available yet?
nigves, 09 Mar 2016 LG G4S begins receiving Android 6.0 Marshmallow ... When? Mine does not :(
Anonymous, 08 Mar 2016does this phone have a knock codeyes,but the feature is hidden,download an app called activity launcher from play store,launch it on phone and you will see an app called knock on long press on it and make a short cut on screen,you can then activate and deactivate knock on from short cut.
For those who already updated their phone to marshmallow, kindly please tell u what are the changes after you updated your phone. Can you now use the sd card as internal memory? thanks a lot.
potato poteyt, 06 Mar 2016is this upgradable to marshmallow? how to?Using LG Bridge (airDrive). But like how I mention. I have the H736P model. Probable if you own a next model it should be available in the next few days..
For those asking about Marshmallow update.. Yes it's available. I have it already running on my H736P. Updated tru LG Bridge.