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LG G4 still going strong for people? I am considering buying a new one from eBay and handing my LG G3 down to my father.

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/LG-G4-LS991-4G-LTE-Sprint-4G-LTE-Android-Smartphone-32GB-Deep-Blue-/291763136962

You would want to know when it was made. Must be later than a special date last fall or don't bother.
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LG G4 still going strong for people? I am considering buying a new one from eBay and handing my LG G3 down to my father.

 

http://www.ebay.com/itm/LG-G4-LS991-4G-LTE-Sprint-4G-LTE-Android-Smartphone-32GB-Deep-Blue-/291763136962

My dad has mine now, still working better than the G3 was for him!

 

Sent from my LG G5

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You would want to know when it was made. Must be later than a special date last fall or don't bother.

I have now bought another listing with a device manufacture date of April 2016.   :)

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There is now a ZVB update listed for the Sprint LG G4 on the open sorc page on the lg site. Not sure what it includez but should be out at some point soon.

My G4 bricked itself a couple of weeks ago. I installed the ZVB firmware, and the phone accepted it, but it still won't reboot. Any suggestions?

I didn't see a thread for the LG G4 and I know nothing has been officially announced, but anyone have any rumors of specs? I heard they could either use the Snapdragon 810, or they have their own octa-core processor. I also heard it may be a little smaller than the G3 coming it at 5.3" with a QHD display.

 

http://www.techradar.com/us/news/phone-and-communications/mobile-phones/lg-g4-what-we-want-to-see-1266879

 

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Lg has promise nougat for lg g4, at least in Korea. They did say it might not be stable.

 

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Lg has promise nougat for lg g4, at least in Korea. They did say it might not be stable.

 

Sent from my LG-LS980 using Tapatalk

 

Ya not sure when or if the US G4 will be getting it. Even if we do get it I will have another phone by then. 

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FYI in regards to the G4 Android 7.0 Nougat.

 

Btw here's an excerpt from the article:

 

" the long wait for the update continues - and the update may not arrive until a full year after Nougat's original release. LG's statement also applied specifically to its rollout plans for South Korea, so the wait for those in other markets could be even longer "

 

 

https://www.neowin.net/news/lg-will-bring-android-70-nougat-to-the-g4-and-v10---but-not-until-the-second-half-of-2017

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