Guys. Is it worth purchasing of today about 100 euro as an secondary device.
Krs, 03 Jun 2023But what I don't really understand, why some got android 8 and 9 ota update, some didnt. ... moreHi, can I get guided to the smoothest instructions on flashing a newer rom?
It's been years since the last time I done it on an older phone and it's a rabbit hole of info. I tried with my LG G5's and that was a pain and pretty undoable since I think the bootloader was locked.
Hoping the G6 is easier. I have the H870K stuck on Android 7 and H870DS android 9 but I'm ok to leave that on 9, the Android 7 phone seems to run a lot laggier and misses some of the features from Android 9.
shayan, 06 Jul 2023hello guys my lg g6 is very laggy im on android 9 but my phone is not capable to even open the... moreIt's likely due to Android 9 just being very slow. You can downgrade to Android 8 via LGUP and the "Refurbish" option.
This phone is the monitor of my drones. Does a good job. In 2023 still a good looking phone. IP68 + mil std. I have an europe dual sim version with the last update android 7. There are android9 roms for this phone, but the user have to search for it and flash it manually.
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MANDIANGAN, 01 Feb 2023Are LG G6 Thinq with software version H87320g between H873 same or not...??? Why my LG G6 shows a question mark it does not charge
I've owned one of these for two years now and I still love it. I'm a stickler for pixel-density and this phone is still better than a flagship in that respect. Battery life is still decent, and for a 6-year-old phone, lag is very minimal. The other great things is that it only looks (and behaves) half its age; LG was ahead of the curve when it came to the design on this one.
LG G6, 06 Jul 2023After six years service, its battery is dying. I can hardly charge it and it suddenly can... moreWhat are you talking about? Smartphones (not one single model) do NOT last more than 4-5 years of regular use, if that. After that, it's a fools errand trying to continue to use it. It's a mass-manufactured, passively-"cooled" device. Unless smartphones were built were in an uber-tough, future-proof manner and had removable (internal) storage and batteries (because those two things in every smartphone wear out invariably), such that you could replace those two components as needed at LEAST, then no, give it a rest and get a new phone.
hello guys my lg g6 is very laggy im on android 9 but my phone is not capable to even open the keyboard fast any idea what to do ?
do you guys think its the battery that cause the lag ?
After six years service, its battery is dying. I can hardly charge it and it suddenly can't run the audio and visual apps..... thanks LG.
Still the best phone ever.
Why can I always see when its dark a red Light on the notch like is it spying me or what it is weird because the secknd dat I had it and I didnt instal apps back the en then it did it too now is have tiktok and more and its still
Anonymous, 02 May 2023 I've bought this phone a few months ago to use as a display unit for my drones. Unfourtu... moreBut what I don't really understand, why some got android 8 and 9 ota update, some didnt. My one is european version and I had to manually flash a a9 rom from Hong Kong. Some dont work at all.
I've bought this phone a few months ago to use as a display unit for my drones. Unfourtunately not OLED, but does a good job in the goggles. Still looks new, i really like tihis phone. Nice, ageless design.
It was a decent phone, but the software part was terrible. I don't why, but the phone became laggy only after one year of use. Even a factory reset didn't help, maybe 4GB of RAM was to little even for 2017...