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  1. LG G Flex 2 Lag & Battery life problems

    Hey guys, have any other users of the g flex 2 noticed issues with lagging battery life etc? Since I got my g flex 2 I have had these issues, even after a complete factory reset / wipe it's still laggy with minimal applications installed? I was just curious if that anyone else had been having these type of issues with the g flex 2.
  2. I bought an LG Tribute to track the rollout of Sprint Spark (and to test Network Vision service as well) in my area. Is there anything I should know when I start tracking? Any particular apps I should get or dialing codes I should know?
  3. LG G3

    It's that time again for the phones to come out during the summer to start leaking! The G2 is a great phone so we all have high expectations for LG to deliver a better phone in the G3! Some rumors so far: 2K display 16 MP camera with OIS Octa-Core/Snapdragon 805 5.5 inch display http://www.stuff.tv/g3/lg-g3/review
  4. 3G Signal Top but 4G Signal sucks

    Ever since I have my LG G2, I noticed that the LTE signal is very week yet the 3G signal from the same tower is fully available on 1900 Mhz. This is not just one tower, I noticed this all over Las Vegas. Could this be related to the LTE not being fully deployed / under construction? I have seen this on most towers that have been listed as 3G/800/4G. Has anybody noticed the same issue?
  5. Problems with LG G2

    Hello! I'm new to Sprint and I'm having some issues with my LG G2. I was hoping someone could assist me with it. 1. My most urgent problem is the constant powercycling. If the screen is locked and I unlock it, oftentimes it powercycles once or twice before I can actually use the phone. It's not the issue with the proximity sensor being covered (that's totally separate). It's just when I Swype to unlock the phone. 2. I can't use the internet when I'm on the phone. I can't believe it and it's really disappointing that it's doing this. 3. My Swype doesn't automatically space between words when I'm on the internet. If I don't actually touch the space bar, then allmywritinglookslikethis. Mypreciousphonespacedbetweenwords. I'mnotsureifthisisasettingbutIneedhelpplease!
  6. LG Google Nexus 5 Users Thread!

    Hopefully we can finally start seeing some user feedback. So far so good! it is without a doubt the best device ive owned!!!
  7. LG G Flex LS995

    Yesterday, evleaks outed the UA Profile for the LG LS995 on the sprintpcs.com website. CPU is a Krait, it has a Qualcomm M8974, 720 x 1280 resolution, Android 4.2.2 out of the box, Bluetooth 4.0, 2GB RAM, 32GB ROM, 2.1MP Front facing camera with 1920 x 1080 resolution, 13MP back camera with 4160 x 3120 resolution. According to Sprint, it's code name is Chameleon. It's possible to see this by year's end, but I'm only speculating.
  8. Sprint announces 4 new LTE devices on the way "this fall." Bold 4G LTE Lineup from Sprint Gains Four New Powerhouse Devices "These four new 4G LTE additions will be available this fall and will provide customers powerful devices that fit their lifestyles: -Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 is the first tablet to combine the benefits of Sprint 3G and 4G LTE with a vivid 10.1-inch touchscreen display, Android 4.0, Ice Cream Sandwich and a 1.5GHz dual-core processor. -LG Optimus G features an advanced 13-megapixel rear-facing camera, making it a dream device for photo lovers who are ready to leave their point-and-shoot at home and just carry their smartphone. -LG Mach makes 4G LTE accessible as an inexpensive yet sleek smartphone with a full QWERTY keyboard and Sprint ID. -Sprint Plug-in-Connect Tri-Mode USB brings Sprint 3G/4G/4G LTE directly to a laptop through a USB connection." No exact dates.. says "this fall."
  9. LG - Nexus 4

    Just found this article on CNET. http://news.cnet.com/8301-1035_3-57526808-94/google-lg-to-unveil-nexus-phone-at-the-end-of-the-month/ I have never been a fan on LG. What do you think? -Luis
  10. by Scott Johnson Sprint 4G Rollout Updates Saturday, March 17, 2012 - 8:59 PM MDT S4GRU.com already broke the launch date of the Samsung Galaxy Nexus this weekend, and now we know that it won’t be the lone device slated to hit store shelves on April 15th. The same sources of our GNex story have also revealed that the LG Viper, Sprint’s other LTE smartphone unveiled at CES, will be ushering in Sprint’s LTE era at a Sprint store near you on April 15th. You may recall the revealed stat sheet for the Viper, 4 inch 480x800 screen, 1.2GHz dual-core processor, and Android 2.3.5 Gingerbread (surely to be upgraded to 4.0 soon). The Viper will also be sporting the Qualcomm Gobi MDM 9600 for juggling the various data connectivity methods (LTE, EVDO, 1x). As with the Galaxy Nexus, the LG Viper will ship with the LTE radio turned off to save battery life. When more LTE sites come online, Sprint will enable LTE self-discovery, as early as June. LTE self-discovery will allow the phone to intermittently search for LTE, and if it is unavailable, it will turn itself off to reduce battery drain. It's more "bloat"ed than the Nexus, but tolerable Those worried about excessive bloatware on the non-Nexus offering by Sprint will be pleased to see the Viper coming preloaded with only Smart Device Manager, Sprint ID, Sprint Zone, Visual Voicemail, NFC, and Google Play. Those interested in Sprint’s application offerings such as NASCAR Mobile, Sprint Football Live, Sprint Music Plus, Sprint Navigation, Sprint TV and Sprint’s NBA Application will be free to download them at will. While the LG Viper doesn’t have the hefty stat sheet of the Galaxy Nexus or the rumored stats of devices on the horizon, it also doesn’t have the same hefty price. The LG Viper is expected to come in at a noticeably less steep price tag than the Nexus. 4G photo courtesy of intomobile.com
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