Ray, 07 Aug 2016I have the Virgin Mobile version. I believe I had about 6 or 7 mb of bloatware. I was carefu... moreNot all Stylo 1 had 8gb. T-Mobile/Metro had 16gb and other improvements over the Sprint/Boost/Virgin model
I have the Virgin Mobile version. I believe I had about 6 or 7 mb of bloatware. I was careful to load only the apps I really wanted to keep the free memory at about 6 or 7 mb. I love the phone. I had the Stylo 1, and I liked it, but it only had 8 mb memory which was just too little for the phone to work. I only had about 1 mb free and the phone was so slow it just would not work so the Stylo 2 is working great compared to the 1. Hope this helps.
Anonymous, 04 Aug 2016is we can play pokemon go in this..?? Yes u can. No ar mode though
Anonymous, 04 Aug 2016is we can play pokemon go in this..?? yes it does it better than my galaxy s5 did
Does anyone know how much free internal memory is available on a boost mobile version of this phone? Meaning, how much bloatware is preinstalled and what is left over memory wise?
i have a lg risio and i can't use the back light durring the day cause of the phone being too hot is this phone going to be having the same issue?
Laurie Ellen R, 31 Jul 2016I purchased the phone today and am still getting used to it. Had a Samsung Galaxy note 4 prio... moreThere is only one option available for internet and that is Google chrome which is the multi colored wheel hidden in the Google folder
How does the LG Stylo2 compare with the new ZTE ZMax Pro? Looking for a new phone for my birthday what does everyone think? Also what is the app called where you can write on the screen even when it's locked? Please help all advice welcome. Thank you
Jake, 27 Jul 2016What's more frustrating is that people who think only thier personal wants matter and that eve... moreIt works with Pokémon Go. No gyroscope so the AR camera part doesn't work. My phone does and I still don't use the AR! It makes catching a Pokémon way harder with the camera on!
So far so good. Purchased from MetroPCS and it is SIM locked, but can be unlocked. Decent memory for my tastes. I like the stylus and the ability to write a note, as that helps me remeber stuff. The sound quality as a phone is superb and people tell me they can hear me better.
The buttons on the back are a big adjustment. The new OS is a bit of a learning curve coming from Key Lime Pie to Marshmallow.
I purchased the phone today and am still getting used to it. Had a Samsung Galaxy note 4 prior and don't need all the bells and whistles. My complaints are the ringer and media volumes are rather low and I don't see an icon for internet but did instlll Firefox and it seems to work.
Seems OK for a budget phone...have concerns about its VR capabilities.
Anyone have any success with this yet?
[deleted post]What's more frustrating is that people who think only thier personal wants matter and that everyone else's needs are inherently less important. Gosh, I'm sorry your highness.
For the record, I came here specifically for the answer to the question of whether Pokemon Go worked and/or worked well on this specific phone. Understand that there are other people who are also allowed to use this interwebs thingy.