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Get a small screwdriver and take it apart. It's not hard at all I had to replace two screens

 

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my lg g5 after the update the battery life is worse then before....my phone is only 4 months old

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Get a small screwdriver and take it apart. It's not hard at all I had to replace two screens

 

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i even found in the service menu a option for volte

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Got a system update this morning after a very long time without one.  Software is now LS992ZVC, bringing it to the 9/1/17 patch level.  Still Android 7.0.  Anything else I should check?

- Trip

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Got a system update this morning after a very long time without one.  Software is now LS992ZVC, bringing it to the 9/1/17 patch level.  Still Android 7.0.  Anything else I should check?
- Trip
Look to see if wifi calling is still labeled as such or has it been relabeled as calling plus.

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7 hours ago, dkyeager said:

Look to see if wifi calling is still labeled as such or has it been relabeled as calling plus.

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No such luck :(

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Could be wrong, but I'd assume we'd see a version level (even minor - aka 7.0.1) if there were any actual functionality changes/patches.  Anytime there's just a security patch update the version never changes from what I've observed.

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