Debris99, 14 Oct 2016I just got this phone and I love it. Despite having only 4gb internal memory (2gb available) I... moreYes! I've just been through this frustration myself. Go to "Settings" then "Language & input". Click on the Settings icon next to LG Keyboard and turn Word suggestions off.
I just got this phone and I love it. Despite having only 4gb internal memory (2gb available) I have installed Facebook, Messenger, WhatsApp, eBay, Amazon shopping and Music, Google calendar and Google Keep and BBC Weather. That's all I need out and about. Sure it has restrictions but for a phone like this it's great and I love love love the flip 😁
The trick is when you first get the phone, go to PlayStore and disable automatic app updates. If you let everything update it'll use up all your phone memory. I've also moved a few of the apps to my sd card. Easy.
The only problem I'm having is how to turn off and on T9 texting input. It's always on which for the most part is fine but sometimes you need to add a word it doesn't know. So if anybody knows how to turn it off please let me know. Or do I just have to use the tiny on screen touch keyboard?
No this one doesnt have magnetometer sensor. So digital compass function is not supported.
Does this phone have compass sensor and does it support the application?
LG wine smart H410, how to put custom ringtones for contacts? If i copy a contact from the sim into the phone this option apears in the contact details but its not working with the touch or the keypad to change from the general ringtone. Pls help.
if it only had more internal storage like 16 gigs. the phone is marvelous. and works pretty darn well. but the storage amount is laughable.
AnonD-571998, 13 Aug 2016I have been using the LG Wine Smart H410 and absolutely love. You have the best of touch scre... more"As I am blind, I love the convenience ..."
"The only downside is that the camera is not the greatest..."
How do you know how is the camera, as long as you are blind????
the amount of memory is like a kids toy. I have the 4GB and a 32GB card but nothing loads on the memory card. You can move some programs over but doesn't seem to free up internal memory. It's like a kids first phone
I really miss these different model of devices!
It would be great to have a little bit of variation!
RC255, 06 May 2016The 'network technology' states GSM which is the network base AT&T use - Sprint and Verizo... moreDefinitely works with AT&T. You just need the APN that will allow you to use mobile data. I had to get the specifications from tech support, but only took me about five minutes with guidance. A provider will support any phone you get if it is factory unlocked. Folks, if I am wrong on this, please correct me.
Modine96069, 25 Apr 2016I am told this is a good phone for a blind person. Is this true?This is definitely a good phone for a blind person. Keep in mind that blind persons can use touch screen phones as well, and do not need physical buttons. I also know sighted persons who hate touch screens and want physical buttons, so this is not necessarily a blindness issue. However, TalkBack works very well with this phone. There is not a lot of memory for other TTS engines though, unless you can use them from the SD card, moving them to the SD card after installing. I know that TalkBack does not move to the SD card, so am not sure if you can do this with other TTS engines either.
symple, 26 May 2016Hey guys! I would like to know if there are anything I can do against the flip sound? I only... moreTry going into Settings, Sounds, and Sound Effects, and see if you can't find your option in there. Hope this helps.
I have been using the LG Wine Smart H410 and absolutely love. You have the best of touch screen and buttons access. As I am blind, I love the convenience of the buttons for dialing, but use the touch screen when buttons are not functioning with certain apps, such as YouTube. I love having the choice of touch screen or buttons. I use TalkBack and BrailleBack, and it hooks up to my braille device seamlessly. However I am not limited to this. You can use the T9-style texting if you turn off BrailleBack, or you can simply use the keyboard on the touch screen.
I am an AT&T customer, and the only thing I had to do is to change mhy APN so I could use data, but was able to do that in five minutes with the guidance of tech support.
The only downside is that the camera is not the greatest. There is no e-mail program on the phone, but I downloaded Mailwise since I can also get on my work's exchange that way. Even so, one can always use the Gmail account.
There is also only 4GB internal storage, but I have moved everything possible to my 32GB SD card, so don't notice the drain. I occasionally clear out the cache in storage just to make sure to have plenty of room. I love texting, getting on FB Messenger, and read Kindle books and get on YouTube all the time. I also use theGoogle maps a lot, and have just installed GoogleNow.
Also, if Edge network is running on your screen, it will be going away here in the U.S. in December, but AT&T thinks these phones will simply switch over to one of the other networks. Edge seems tobe prevalent in the area where I live. My husband's phone's network is HSPA, and is already compatible with the newer towers.
I failed to mention I bout my H410 new factory unlocked on Ebay. I bought my husbands Wine Smart D486 new unlocked on Ebay. We both love these. I have fancier touch phones I like, but this Wine Smart is right now my phone of choice.