Besides i saw 1 last L90 on the web store and empty stock means (high) price euro 229 i bought it for euro 179,99.
pop, 21 Jan 2016Are there will be update for l90 to marsmallow 6.0 Don't know about official update, but there are already couple custom roms. Installed one of them yesterday and the only problem I've noticed is with back camera. It shows only stripes but it takes pictures as it should. So It's 65% working I would say :D It's not a big problem for me because I don't use camera so much
Iam still enjoyin this phone imho the best in his price range. It's a pitty that its no more in stock in my country.LG shud consider to re-introduce this phone to big electronic shops but than with 4G add simlock free. I wud buy no doubt. Just added Word and Outlook apps a few days on it and all perfect. This phone replace ur laptop for 80%.
Phone is ok, but GPS receiver is very poor it quits yo when you need it the most. If you need GPS stay away.
Mantas, 23 Jan 2016Hello, I have some problems with my phone(lg l90 d405). I have this phone like 8 months and it... moreHard reset your phone holding power button and up volume on boot up. Releasing up volume and pressing again it will show u hard reset menu. But on the other hand uninstall Facebook app because it's a crap of an app for android. It used to many resources for this phone to handle. I'm not sure about Instagram but use those apps to log in manually on chrome browser instead.
Hello, I have some problems with my phone(lg l90 d405). I have this phone like 8 months and it was ok, no lags, no big overheats and etc... But like before 2 weeks my phone started to do mess. When i use any app (facebook, instagram, clash of clans and more) it errors and my phone crashes,apps wont even start, after restart I still cant use my apps because of this crashes. Sometimes i can use facebook but phone starts overheating really fast, like after 5mins of using app... Help me because I dont know what to do and I dont have money for a new phone.
I am using this phone from 1year phone is awesame .I can play five movies at one time fully charged phone.It never hanged until using 5 hours or more time internet I think LG provide best hardware .
DreddzeR, 20 Jan 2016i am already at lollipop what's wrong ?I hear it's real slow. Maybe you've had better luck.
FB in D, 20 Jan 2016One more thing, regarding the D415: Skip the Lollipop upgrade.i am already at lollipop what's wrong ?
I am using this phone for about two years now and all I can say it is really good one. Never looked back.
I've had the D415 T-Mobile version since June. Really good phone. Excellent display, and even better battery life. An LED notification for charged battery and lights behind the capacitive buttons would have been nice touches, but all together a great purchase. Nice job, LG. Alcatel and ZTE should live long enough to be this good.
I am using this phone for about a year now and all I can say it is really good one. I havo no complane about it. Battery is good, camera is good, phone are fast, really comfortable. I have no regrets buying this.
Android27, 15 Dec 2015This is an excellent guide if you're looking to switch back to stock ROM http://forum.xda-dev... moreThe problem is that I can't find v10a/b/c-EUR-XX kdz file anywhere in the world. Even if u manage to find original rom it will only address the latest stock rom in kdz format. I think LG has deliberately deleted the file from system on Internet so u can't downgrade. Yes there is Poland kitkat CIS kitkat etc but that is not what I'm looking for: it should be for northen Europe
This is an excellent guide if you're looking to switch back to stock ROM
The process involves making use of a utility called, 'LG Flash Tool' which is analogous to imaging software in desktop world. What it essentially does is, it 'flashes' or writes the factory shipped image of the stock ROM to your device. All you'd then need is the image itself, which is referred to as the 'KDZ' file in LG terminology.
Simply download the stock image for your device by entering the IMEI number and follow the rest of the instructions to bring back your device to its Kitkat glory.
Or...skip it all together and save your time. I don't think you'd be needing this so badly, now that you've already got yourself an iphone. But still, if you wish to get back to Kitkat then this is the only way. Others involve flashing a Kitkat based custom ROM, which, I doubt, is what you're looking for.
When it comes to lg phones they are good because they don't use that much bloatware or sidekick services in comparison to Samsung phones. They just suck big time. For one Samsung app u have about 5-6 sidekick service apps so they fuel and make it work the main app which is just crazy. Lg doesn't have that. Lg apps works by them selfs without using extra created services. Lg uses googles own system as service or sidekick app so the main app can work. That's the difference between lg and Samsung apps. Example sasmungs own App Store uses additional 8 other app services just so the whole concept can work at all. Like billing, then some app synchronization which is stand alone app aka service app, then many many other additional service apps. That is way to crazy. Those additional side services uses phone resources so it doesn't matter if u have 8gb ram phone from Samsung. It will use 80% of phones resources. Motorola doesn't have that either. For Sony I don't know but I assume they have also some kind of service apps as sidekicks.
Android27, 11 Dec 2015I think I recall you mentioning about buying a new phone. Maybe it was Zenfone or something si... moreI bought new iPhone 6s Plus. I'm just sick of android fragmentation. I watched carefully what was out there. First I was interested in nexus line phones but this time I waited for reviews and it's not good enough. Soc sd810 and 808 are not satisfied. Maybe 808 is better but then again throttling effect I can't handle. To much stuff u need to do by your self because oems doesn't do good job from the start. I'm using lg l90 as my back up phone but I want to downgrade to kitkat which is impossible by time being. Using lg l90 as micro pc/chromecast device seems like pretty good idea. But for that I need kitkat which doesn't slow down performance on this device. Since I bought new iPhone I already had 3-4 major updates in a 2 months period. Now that marshmallow is out there is already new update out there 6.0.1 which will take forever for some oems to release. That I can't handle because by the time they upgrade Google will release 6.1 or 6.1.1. So I've calculated the cost. It's the same amount of money. Me changing phones every year or buy iPhone 6 and change in 3 years period or even later. I'm sorry to say this but I will not go back to android cause of many different factors, throttling/backlight sacrifice, update fragmentation, and not optimal upgrade performance by oem. Maybe I will go back to android when Google releases pixel phone manufactured by them selfs.