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T Bone

Apr 15, 2015, 10:49 AM
over in the "Verizon's Note 3 Earns Lollipop Update Today" discussion:

It's A Sad Day

It's a sad day when Verizon rolls out an update before at&t.....

The at&t Note 3 isn't going to get Loillipop for several more months, if it ever does at all.
6 replies

Apr 13, 2015, 1:07 PM
over in the "Lollipop Reaching Verizon's LG G3 Just Ahead of G4's Debut" discussion:

I am so excited!!!!

2 replies

Jan 16, 2015, 5:53 PM
over in the "Sprint Expands Leasing Program to G3, Note 4" discussion:

so let me get this straight...

After paying $360 or $600 over two years for either of those phones, Sprint wants them back? That's ridiculed. Ree. Dic. U. Lous.
1 reply

Sep 19, 2014, 1:26 PM
over in the "Verizon Starts VoLTE Roll-Out; Wi-Fi Calling on Deck for 2015" discussion:

Voice Platform

{ "We built our voice platform so extensively [that] there was never a need for us to tell our customers, 'Oh, our network is not good enough so you need to go on Wi-Fi to complete your call,'" said Shammo..}

Yeah, the same voice platform that is so unpleasant that I'd rather listen to nails on a chalkboard rather than have a call from a Verizon customer.

Earlier today, one of my friends called me on my work landline, and he's on Verizon. His voice had this awful screeching compression to it, it was dreadful. It was like his voice was compressed, then compressed again, and then processed through a low bandpass filter to cut out all the depth and low frequencies of his voice. Just completely terrible call quality.

Verizon's voice ...

Sep 17, 2014, 6:45 PM
over in the "Verizon Starts VoLTE Roll-Out; Wi-Fi Calling on Deck for 2015" discussion:



When T-Mobile wants to take the burden off its network their network is inferior. When Verizon decides it wants to do the same (and make no mistake about it---they will) it will be because they want to enhance the user experience for all of their customers or some other such rubbish. BURN Evil Red BURN!
5 replies

Sep 17, 2014, 8:52 PM
over in the "Verizon Starts VoLTE Roll-Out; Wi-Fi Calling on Deck for 2015" discussion:


Is it just me, or do Verizon and AT&T's announcements that WI-FI calling won't be until 2015 sound like vaporware to anyone else?
2 replies

Sep 17, 2014, 2:08 PM
over in the "Verizon Starts VoLTE Roll-Out; Wi-Fi Calling on Deck for 2015" discussion:

VoLTE Between carriers

Will HD calling work between carriers? Or will each carrier's HD calling only work within it's own network? 😕
5 replies

Jul 30, 2014, 11:02 AM
over in the "Review: LG G3 for Verizon Wireless" discussion:

Broken Screens

Does anyone have any comments about the screens breaking on this phone. My local repair shop says it is $200 to replace the screen and once it breaks you HAVE to get it fixed. One of my friends has already had her screen break but I do not know how. I love to throw my phone in my back pocket but I think that isn't an option for this phone.

I am torn between a tried and true Samsung and the G3.
1 reply

Jul 25, 2014, 8:49 AM
over in the "Verizon Testing Unwanted App Removal on LG G3" discussion:


It's about time.

End of line
3 replies

Jul 22, 2014, 4:02 PM
over in the "Review: LG G3 for Sprint" discussion:

im confused

your review for the verizon version was


The Verizon variant of the G3 gave me absolutely no trouble accessing the cellular network. The phone held onto LTE 4G throughout the review period and never dropped down to 3G (thank goodness!) I was able to make phone calls in poor coverage areas with ease. The G3 did not drop any calls while I used it. I found LTE speeds to be quite quick, with peak downloads surpassing 20 Mbps and averages hovering around 10 Mbps. The G3 was apt at uploading and downloading files to social networks, and delivering web sites in a blink. In short, the G3 performs in line with other Verizon devices.

but your sprint one was


The Sprint variant of the G3 performed below average when co...
5 replies

Jul 21, 2014, 4:54 PM
over in the "Review: LG G3 for Verizon Wireless" discussion:

Not bad.

I was impressed by the user interface, it was very clean and smooth. LG G3 came through with the software and hardware but the plastic casing on the phone just kills it for me. Time and time again LG almost nails the perfect phone but they have to miss something.

Nice try LG. Hopefully you make something more durable next year 🙂.

If you buy this phone make sure you buy the best case you can or you'll be replacing it very soon.
4 replies

Jul 10, 2014, 8:27 AM
over in the "Verizon Taking Preorders for LG G3, Ships July 17" discussion:

$30 a month?

Is it just me or does this seem unusually high?

Seems like their Edge prices went up from 4-5 months ago when I looked last and most higher end stuff was 25-26 and low end 18-24. Now everything is 29 or even in the low 30's.

Edge continues to be a major rip off...
1 reply

Jul 9, 2014, 10:28 AM
over in the "Sprint to Begin Selling LG G3 July 18" discussion:


Sprint is canceling the pre-order and will be directly selling it on the 11th.

May 27, 2014, 4:48 PM
over in the "Hands-On: LG G3" discussion:


I was wondering if it comes with a built in stylus like the Note 3. In the pictures when they show the top of the phone it looks like there is a spot for a stylus.
3 replies

May 28, 2014, 10:43 PM
over in the "Hands-On: LG G3" discussion:

kill switch

>> LG is among the first to add a kill switch to its devices, which debuts on the G3.

There is a kill switch built into Android. Anyone with a Google account synced to their phone can use it.

May 28, 2014, 10:41 PM
over in the "Hands-On: LG G3" discussion:

resizable keyboard

>>The keyboard also performs a neat trick - it can be resized in order to accommodate individual tastes. No other phone can claim to have a resizable keyboard. Neat.

I run multiple keyboards on my Note 3 for different purposes. I have been able to resize most of them. This is not new.
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