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[Q] Upgrading from Nexus 4 to LG G Pro. Should I?

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E980 was pretty awesome last year, except for that hideous iSung home button with the disco back light. Today I'd wait a few weeks and get a oneplus. Yes it will be coming soon, have patience.
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The battery charges from empty to full in around 2 hours

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That's TOO quick. My N4 takes 3.5 to 4 hours to charge from zero to 100%
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G Pro all the way, for sure.

One thing is important to consider. If you ever want to use custom roms you will notice we don't have many. But, the ones we have rock.

Another thing, before starting flashing custom roms try to read as much as possible. This device is a bit tricky as we do not have the bootloader unlock. Actually, it is bypassed.

Thus, making backups is mandatory to save you from headaches.

I, personally am running @tdm Pace Plus 4.4.3 and am enjoying very much. Qremote is working properly and @ballhandslow 13MP Camera is also working very well.

By the way, if after flashing the camera you do not see it at the drawer, re-enable the stock. Then you might see two cameras. Check which one is 8MP and which is 13MP and disable it. Everything is gonna work fine.

Thanks for your detailed reply bro. However, I dont flash/ROOT my phones. Have owned a Nexus device since 1.5 years but never thought of rooting it.
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Hello friends. After a lot of thoughts and comparisons, I opted for what I felt is the better option. Samsung galaxy note 3 neo. Camera was the most important part for me and on LG it sucked A LOT. To each his own

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