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LG G3 Questions

LG G3 Questions: Hello, please excuse my ignorance. So if I have a T-Mobile SIM card which I am using in my phone right now and put it in a LG G3 phone for example will this work. And if so, let’s say four or five months down the line I decide to switch to AT&T do I have to do anything different at all apart from just switching out an AT&T SIM card for my T-Mobile SIM card. I have

LG Pad 8.3 tablet

Beautiful screen

Here is where I list items that I have sold on eBay. These entries go in the bought & sold category which is mainly for reference/historical purposes This particular entry is for one of my favorite tablets, the  LG G Pad 8.3, this little guy was ideal for Candy Crush and other games. The 1920×1200 IPS screen is absolutely phenomenal. A bit too small for work though, so I eventually sold it to someone that could use it. Android LG G Pad 8.3″ tablet

Disable Android lock screen, ‘None’ option missing?! [SOLVED]

I had a lock screen that just would not be disabled on my LG G.Pad 8.3 tablet Turns out it was because multiple users were enabled on my tablet. Deleting the extra users and just going back to my primary user allowed me to set the Lock Screen to ‘None’. Woot! More info on lock screens and things that can cause them to go awry: How to Disable the Lock Screen in Android | Phone Tipshttp://blog.laptopmag.com/how-to-disable-the-lock-screen-in-androidVirtually every new Android device

LG G Pad 8.3 GPE vs. iPad Mini Retina vs. Google Nexus 7 FHD

Santa Claus brought an LG G Pad 8.3 Google Play Edition tablet early this years. To me the display is perhaps the most important aspect of a tablet, so here is a how it stacks up versus some competitors: Tablet Model Release Date Diagonal Screen Size Total Screen Area (Dimensions) Resolution Aspect Ratio Pixels Per Inch (PPI)  LG G Pad 8.3 2013 8.3″ 30.96 square inches (7″x4.4″) 1920×1200 16:10 (8:5) 272.79 Apple iPad Mini (2nd Generation) 2013 7.9″ 29.96 square inches

Installing Jelly Bean (CM10) on LG Optimus V

These links were helpful when installing Jelly Bean on a Virgin Mobile LG Optimus V: Optimus V (VM670, Virgin Mobile) with Jellybean – BobZhome ROM’shttps://sites.google.com/site/bobzhomeroms/vm670jbDescription: Well, let’s be honest. Unless you’re living under a rock, you probably know what Android 4.1.2 (Jellybean) is. Furthermore, you should know what the CyanogenMod… [HOW-TO] Simplified Root + Recovery + Custom ROM – xda-developershttp://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1197991Thank you for this. The Rom manager method is great, i was afraid not to brick my optimus one with the

LG Optimus V external antenna connector [BEWARE!]

Today my buddy’s LG Optimus V failed to boot up so he asked me to take a look at it. Unfortunately, I was not able to get it to work However, I did see something interesting: the Optimus V has an external antenna connector. This is becoming rather uncommon with today’s super-smartphones that do not even have user-replaceable batteries So I was excited to see that LG included an antenna connector. For people that live way out or go extreme places

Virgin Mobile LG Optimus V wifi hotspot tethering [2.2.2]

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When the LG Optimus V was released by Virgin Mobile it was very easy to enable the wifi hotspot feature. However, recent version of the phone featuring  2.2.2 have disabled this feature! Thankfully, there are still some options out there (PDAnet probably being the best one). Klink and “wifi tether” are a couple more I am researching. Rooting your phone is always an option too. I want to write a more detailed entry on the topic, but here are some