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LG G Flex 2 Lag & Battery life problems


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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.

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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.

 

Did you just get it? I had one when they first came out (about a year ago) and it was buggy as all h3ll. Have you installed all system updates? That may make a difference - I didn't keep mine long enough to figure out. Honestly, the G Flex 2 was not a well-received phone, as much as I and many others wanted to love it. If you are still within your return period, I would strongly suggest trading it out for something else.

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