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Many LG Phones have a Root Checker Tool which Heavily Slows Down Device Performance

LG once had a mixed stance when it came to modifying their devices, though they've opened up in recent years and now most international LG phones have an easy way to unlock the bootloader. In fact, LG devices are now pretty popular among developers in our forums, with flagship lines having solid custom ROM support....

Unlocked LG V30 to Support T-Mobile’s New LTE Band 71 (600 MHz)

T-Mobile recently spent a ton of money at an FCC auction to secure as much of the new 600MHz frequency as possible. They actually won more than any other wireless carrier which participated at said auction and it will go a long way to improve the current coverage they have around the United States. Sadly,...

Report: LG to Undercut the Price of the Note 8 and iPhone 8 with LG V30

LG has been struggling in the mobile market for a number of reasons these last few years. The company is hoping the release of the upcoming LG V30, as well as the manufacturing contract for the Pixel 2 XL, will help them bounce back. However, a new report says they are taking a strategic view...

How to Add Multi User Support to any Android Device with a Build.Prop Mod

One of the redeeming features to many about the OEM software on Samsung and LG devices are their overwhelming amount of useful features. Yet it seems Samsung, as well as T-Mobile LG devices, have inexplicably removed a pretty useful stock Android feature - multi user. Multi user is useful as it allows you to share a...

Google Assistant is Coming to New Connected Speakers and Appliances

IFA 2017 technically starts on September 1st and will last through the 6th, but companies tend to want to jump ahead of the frenzy and announce certain products a day early. This is what we're seeing today with the announcement of three new Google Assistant smart speakers and some soon to be released home appliances...

LG Details the 32-bit Advanced Hi-Fi Quad DAC Used in the LG V30

LG's previous and older flagship series, the G series used to be the best the company could offer to the smartphone market. A couple of years ago they launched a new flagship series, the V series, and with it they were able to offer a bit more. The V series from LG has been marketed...

Live Photo of the Alleged LG V30 Reaffirms Previous Leaks

As we get closer to the launch date of the LG V30, we're starting to learn more about the upcoming device. LG really has been going all in on the V series since its launch with the LG V10 and they don't seem to be cutting any corners this year either. A new leak seems...

LG V30 Press Render Gives Us Our Closest Look Yet

We've been hearing about the LG V30 for quite a while now with our own sources telling us LG will indeed be ditching the phone's iconic secondary display. It was later rumored that LG would still keep this functionality, but in what was being called a "Floating Bar." This was even confirmed by LG themselves...

LG Introduces LG UX 6.0+for LG V30: Floating Bar, New Ambient Display Features, Graphy Camera and More!

LG has been a phone company with many issues and a lot to answer for in recent years, but they have continued to impress in other areas. The new LG V30 will reportedly have an F1.6 camera aperture, allowing more light into the sensor with less time being open. The V30 will also introduce the...

LG Collaborates with NextRadio to Enable FM Chips in Future LG Smartphones in USA, Canada, Latin America

FM Radio has fallen off the radar ever since the rise of smartphones and cheaper data. While FM still is a viable and sometimes the only option to receive broadcasted music and news, smartphones and their owners now prefer higher quality services which rely on data for streaming. In a surprising move off the beaten...

LG V30 Plus Reportedly Launching Alongside the LG V30

We've heard a lot about the LG V30 over the last few months with one of its biggest changes being that it will do away with the secondary display. The company has been teasing and confirming some of its specs lately though, starting with the 6" FullVision OLED panel and just recently confirming the camera...

Galaxy Note 8 to Feature Force Touch, LG V30 to Focus on Camera and Haptic Feedback

Many were shocked when Samsung decided to ditch hardware capacitive keys for the Galaxy S8 and praised their use of software buttons. Not only did this allow customers to finally customize the position of the buttons (many like the back button on the left side), but it also let them change the color of the...