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Oh forgot to mention, PA 4.4.2.

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Try to change to another rom then.
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I lean toward a clean install

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The smartet answer in whole thread.

I also use an Motorola Razr Maxx to charge by phone, works just fine and all the volt numer thingys are the same. ButI never do root, or install recovery with unorginal usb. Neither do I transfer rom files or push apk to my phone with unorginal usb... Just to be sure...
 
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The smartet answer in whole thread.

I also use an Motorola Razr Maxx ro charge by phone, works just fine and all the volt numer thingys are the same. ButI never do root, or install recovery with unorginal usb. Neither do I transfer rom files or push apk to my phone with unorginal usb... Just to be sure...
I only use the Moto USB for charging, LG stock for everything else.

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I only use the Moto USB for charging, LG stock for everything else.

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I dont think it's because of this, butI agree it was really strange habbits.. I had one situation with my Lg g2 I never experienced before witch was weird. When I rstared the phone one day, the led continue blinking. Tried restart and wipe cache/dalvik etc but same problem. When the phone had been on for a couple of hours it stopped blinking, and I have never had the problem after. Strange things with these LG stuff
 
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I dont think it's because of this, butI agree it was really strange habbits.. I had one situation with my Lg g2 I never experienced before witch was weird. When I rstared the phone one day, the led continue blinking. Tried restart and wipe cache/dalvik etc but same problem. When the phone had been on for a couple of hours it stopped blinking, and I have never had the problem after. Strange things with these LG stuff
I've never had that, but my problems have stopped now

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It was probably just the NSA looking through your phone!

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