Kabir, 15 Jul 2019Thanks a lot...I updated my lg v30 which has a security patch of 1 MAY 2019 (OTA update). However, after updating most of apps like chrome,Facebook,YouTube, etc are lagging while scrolling up & down. I did clear cache but it didn't help. How do i fix it?
be patience. they (LG) clearing all bugs. all update will come august (month).
Kabir, 13 Jul 2019Thanks a lot iabhi for your valuable information. I downloaded the network apps as you mention... moreGreat that it helped.
It's up to you, the update doesn't make any visible difference. You can directly install Pie if you want(whenever it comes :))
No, there aren't any battery draining issues.
Anonymous, 14 Jul 2019LG v30 or LG g6 which one better?The V30 is better. Has POLED display, better processor (835 is more powerfull and economic then the 821), better battery life and has more memory (64GB) then the standard version of the G6 (32GB). The V30+ (the 128GB version) is in a very good price (you can find arround $200).
iabhi, 11 Jul 2019At my side also this happens but it happens once in a while when I'm in low coverage area like... moreThanks a lot iabhi for your valuable information. I downloaded the network apps as you mentioned and compared with my oneplus 5 side by side and I found no network issues at all with my lg v30+, network bar fluctuations in the app were same on both the phones.
Thanks a lot once again...
At present my lg v30 is running on Android 8.0 & security patch is 1 November 2018. I can see there is software update on my phone
Size: 695.04 MB which says
Phone usability and functionality has been further improved
Should I update this? Is there any battery draining issue after this update?
I want to buy the V30+ US998. I world like to know if the battery life is good after the Android updates. And if someone made a root in this model.
Kabir, 10 Jul 2019Thanks a lot
I received my lg v30+ few hours ago, phone is great but i have one issue, I am u... moreAt my side also this happens but it happens once in a while when I'm in low coverage area like at my home. But I don't face any problem with the connectivity of calls/data.
If it is too frequent, you can do the following to narrow down the problem:
1) Try to put the JIO sim in slot 2 and enable data services for SIM2 or vice versa if it was already in SIM2.
2) Make sure data roaming is turned on too when you have selected JIO as mobile data.
3) Install Network Cell Info Lite, you will see the meters in gauge section, you will get the idea if it is unstable(Meter movement will be too frequent. Also go to settings->general->sim preference, make jio slot as your preferred one and watch) No idea about the technicality go to Google if you want to know something :)
4) Install one more application, Open Signal, and check the dashboard/maps, you will get the idea how good is your signal in your area and where all the towers are located.
I hope it helps.
New updates fixes bugs. But the battery always worst than before! Companies do that so u can buy new phones. Never update firmware man!. I accidentally updated the latest firmware. Battery got worst.
iabhi, 07 Jul 2019Yes, it supports.Thanks a lot
I received my lg v30+ few hours ago, phone is great but i have one issue, I am using jio 4g but network is constantly fluctuating I can see the network bar that is dropping and then coming up again and again, when I am using same sim in my oneplus 5 it is working perfectly and no network fluctuations on my op5.
buy good branded latest phones buddy. ( apple,LG,asus,samsung,huawei,google,sony).
Hello guys. I am hesitant to buy this phone since it has an issue of image retention. Is it really worth to buy or should I go with Pocophone F1? By the way how many of you have the said problem?
Roxy K2, 04 Jul 2019Yesterday I sold my 11 month LG v30 plus for rs 25000/-, which I purchased for rs 37000 /-. Fo... moreOn firmware update, if the battery life gets hit, it is due to the bad design of some application which is draining the battery. Only solution is to find that application and uninstall or update the same.
To give you an idea, if Android restricts a certain permission and wants user to grant permission explicitly, then that application will keep on running and trying to access something in the background but it can't ask to user as application is not updated and as a result it will keep on trying again and again and drains the battery. Well this example is just to give you the idea.
So, OS is never to be blamed as it gets released after lot of testing and scenarios. Rather they are more optimized for battery. It is always the applications that we have installed.