I got this phone from a friend used one and i had to install pre rooted rom to get root access
I got this phone recently. And think it,s a really good 4g phone. Good battery life, against some of the top brands. Which have a very poor battery life. And what you pay £100,s for. My only dislike. Is the horrible back battery cover. But certainly not an issue.,With the lg k4.
Got this for £40 - brilliant for the price and does everything I want. Don't know why people complain about the lack of memory, when all you have to do is insert a 32GB SD card (cost
I understand that this phone isn't perhaps the best one out there and that it has lots of lag and annoying issues but there are a number of things you can do to speed things up
1.) Move all your downloaded apps to an SD card this will free up alot of space
2.) Download a launcher. I personally use OO launcher. It makes everything alot quicker and it comes with its own storage cleaner ams RAM booster
Of course these solutions wont fix the bugs and lag totallt but Theyll make a significant deference.
Absolutely do not buy this piece of crap. Not enough space to even install a 5mb app, after 2 months its so slow that it takes 4 seconds for the screen to light up after the home buttom is pressed.
john, 11 Oct 2017you must find a wifi or use the internet from a number cardLove my LG G6. xxx
DON, 12 Sep 2017How can I use this phone to go on line? Thank you for all responses!!you must find a wifi or use the internet from a number card
Steve, 19 Jul 2017I keep reading about people having issues with their LG phones shutting down and having to.tak... moreHope they fix issues for new phones ... LG is good company all we know ... unless it's UI that now got better than before , they SHOULD fix boot loop problems , weak connections on boards , and other hardware issue. they same do like HTC at falling . i have same problem when i turned on Plane Mode . all data / contact gone until reset also with replacing the battery. they do really some bad they bring fast performance with no lag it's wonderful they even fix their security problems via monthly patches make lg even better . but they got freeze i mean touch freeze when they have not any lags / delay in ui . they should change their designs they did very well at g5 ... but they didn't add enough options as huawei EMEI or MIUI or other major companies like samsung at budget / midrange phone by the way still LG is one the best / Honest companies hope got better at selling
Badcatalex, 23 Aug 2017This IS a good phone, it does what it needs to to, and does it well, but it is a great phone i... morei have k10 and work much with magna and other LGs ... LG K4 is worst ever android / smartphone ... i prefer to buy 2.3 android phone or feature phone over this phone it's display is worst and phone is not good too. Go for any another phone china phones are best at budget and any other phone is better than lg k4 , do not sure it's same for k3/k4 2017
Anonymous, 07 Mar 2017Worst phone ever. Has never held a charge since day 1,EVER, freezes up often, and to top every... moreAgreed, the K4 is a complete piece of crap.
Try plugging a headset in and the screen constantly locks every 2-3 seconds, also can't use the keypad during a call with a headset plugged in as the touch screen becomes miss-aligned making it almost impossible to type the correct numbers.
Considering this was provided as a business headset where I need to use Webex which requires keypad input during calls it is completely useless to me.
Impossible to swipe and answer calls. Typing takes forever as the words meld and move all over the place. My iphone savy kids were amazed at how hard it is to type on this POS,
Anonymous, 15 Aug 2017I do not recommend the ASUS Zenfone 3 Max, it has update problems and It's a little buggy. Of ... moreThis IS a good phone, it does what it needs to to, and does it well, but it is a great phone if you're on a budget.
Anonymous, 13 May 2017After having this phone for about a year. I am finding that im charging it all the time . the ... moreI do not recommend the ASUS Zenfone 3 Max, it has update problems and It's a little buggy. Of course, the battery is great, it has a 5.3 inch, 720p display, running 7.0 Nougat, but as it gets older, you will feel that it's getting old, hotter and buggy. But if you really want to make a change, go for it.
I have had this phone for about a year now, and it has been a good phone for me. I occasionally have issues with it bogging down and slowing down, especially on intensive apps, as well as some websites, usually ones crammed full of ads. Beyond that, the only other issue is that the camera is meh. A lot of the pictures I try to take are slightly grainy, plus there seems to be little to no motion stabilization or whatever the proper term is, so it can be difficult to take a clear, unblurred shot. The only other issue is that I never clear out my message conversations, because I like to be able to go back and reread them, so over the course of the year I've had this, I have built up what I estimate to be several thousand texts on the conversation with my best friend, and the sheer number of texts it's trying to keep loaded on that conversation has been bogging it down lately. If I cleared it out though, that problem would disappear.
Had this phone for a week and it sucks.
First of all, the screen is slow and unresponsive, scrolling will accidentally result in opening random pages, it's a nightmare when trying to back out.
Secondly, the phone is incredibly slow. Dont bother with this phone if you want to game, browse internet or making simple documents. A chocolate bar phone at this point is a better alternative.
Basically happy with the phone, good size and all, but very disappointed in the camera. Indoors or low light, the pictures are very granular, spoils the shot.
I keep reading about people having issues with their LG phones shutting down and having to.take the batteries out and put them back in to.turn them on. I am thinking it.may be bad battery connections, i.e. poor spring strength/contact, causing momentary loss of contact. Maybe a gentle adjustment of the contacts on the battery or in the phone would solve this issue. It seems to get worse with older phones, which adds to my thought. Just an idea. Worth a try.
Its a cheap starter smart phone. I bought mine 11 months ago with Verizon. I needed it so I could call from Canada on Verizon's plan and it was the cheapest they had. Bought a good case and glass cover. I've dropped it several times on hard surfaces from as high as six feet with no visible damage. I used it mainly for voice and text, played music to Bluetooth headsets, a little internet, and some race following apps. The battery life was comparable to most smart phones. It would go all day if it wasn't used, would drop below 70% after four hours of music and one of my race following apps (F1) could take it to 60% in 2 hours. The camera can zoom, but it's not easy to manipulate or use any of the camera features. The pictures are OK in bright daylight, but poor in low or indoor lighting. My problem is at nine months, my phone did a factory reset on its own. Verizon said this was a defect and sent me another one the next day. It also cleared everything off my SD card. Today, 40 days later, my new one did it again. SD card is reset too. I haven't even dropped this phone. The only app the ever runs most days is the built in music app and I wasn't even listening today. Just mowed the grass and when I came in to change clothes I checked my phone and it was in Spanish asking me to sign in to the internet.