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Feb 7, 2015, 1:49 PM

Cellular data?

I am having trouble starting up my cellular data on a unlocked LG Optimus L90. I have called the cellular company that I am using 4 times and they are unable to help me in any way. I am able to send and recieve texts, as well as phone calls. When I try using the browser or google it says the data is turned off. How do I turn the data back on?
johnny litch

Oct 4, 2014, 8:00 PM

can't open game with my phone data!

Brand new lg l90 can't open the one and only game I play "tanktastic",when using my phone data.Its why got the phone.T-mobile has no answers,or the developers of the game,please,please can some on help me?
johnny litch

Oct 4, 2014, 7:53 PM

lg l90,pushing down to hard

When playing a game if you push down it, it will kick it back to the home screen.Or that wheel with Google shows up,can I change that,has any one had this happen?thanks. .jl

Jun 29, 2014, 7:51 PM
over in the "Review: LG L90 for T-Mobile" discussion:

What planet are you living on?!

Please let me know where I can get a GS4 or a G2 for less than 200$ brand new. The GS4 is $550 in store, and the G2 is 400. Why did you include them in the article at all??

Best Buy has this phone for 159.99, and at that price, theres nothing remotely close.

Alcatel Fierce thats a GIANT piece of crap. MotoG that you cant get in any stores. Galaxy Light would be the proper comparison, and its a valid one, but the screen is just north of garbage and its much smaller.

The new Nokia 635 should be out soon, and that will be competitive, but with WP instead of Android, so the comparison hits a speed bump there. The new Samsung device replacing the Light should be out soon as well, but its not here yet.
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Jun 29, 2014, 5:06 AM
over in the "Review: LG L90 for T-Mobile" discussion:

Better options out there but for the price?

$200 (or below which it is selling for right now) is a price point that a lot of people appreciate. I purchased this phone new for 160 online. While I agree there are discounted flagship phones that are better I don't think you can get those phones new for less than $200. For the general user there are so many features and performance in the flagship phones that you probably don't use it's overkill and pointless to pay for them. For the past week I set aside my Nexus 5 and have used this is my daily driver and I have not been disappointed. The Nexus 5 is 350 and I bought this for 160. Even at the amazing value of the Nexus 5 this is less than half price. Unless you're a power user this is a winner in my book.

Apr 22, 2014, 10:21 AM
over in the "T-Mobile and MetroPCS Score LG's L Series III Phones" discussion:


So, Metro gets the L70, as does Wal-Mart Family Mobile ($180), but no love for their own prepaid division? The only sector that was any growth for several quarters gets left behind again.
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