Attend XDA's Second Annual Developer Conference, XDA:DevCon 2014!
5,737,870 Members 50,781 Now Online
XDA Developers Android and Mobile Development Forum

[Q] [HELP] LG G2 (Not Rooted) Screen Jitters after updating KitKat

Tip us?
 
edgarpoe
Old
#31  
edgarpoe's Avatar
Senior Member
Thanks Meter 7
Posts: 150
Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Windsor

 
DONATE TO ME
Hope that did the trick for you

Sent from my LG-D803 using Tapatalk
Bell Mobility

LG G2 D803, stock Kitkat


HTC Vogue, Dual boot:
EdgarPoe's WM 28014 / DZO's Gb via Haret, OC 520Mhz.
Retired tester, Bell no longer offers unlimited data as of spring 2014.

Samsung Galaxy S i9000M
(Orig. Factory: Froyo UGJL2, Kernel 2.6.32.9)
Tested Froyo, Gingerbread, MIUI, ICS, CM, and Jelly Bean with Bell's 850 HSPA system.

Wife's phone SGS III

If my post was useful, please click on the Thank's button below.
 
edgarpoe
Old
#32  
edgarpoe's Avatar
Senior Member
Thanks Meter 7
Posts: 150
Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Windsor

 
DONATE TO ME
ARG! As luck would have it I left my phone in the hot car today and just a moment ago when I woke it up my screen had some jitters.... Maybe it is hardware related caused by overheating. It seems to be ok now that it's out of the heat.... CRAP, I'll probably have to send mine in as well.

Sent from my LG-D803 using Tapatalk

---------- Post added at 02:44 PM ---------- Previous post was at 02:39 PM ----------

Battery is reading 4.157v! Ack! That can't be good. 96% bat

Sent from my LG-D803 using Tapatalk
Bell Mobility

LG G2 D803, stock Kitkat


HTC Vogue, Dual boot:
EdgarPoe's WM 28014 / DZO's Gb via Haret, OC 520Mhz.
Retired tester, Bell no longer offers unlimited data as of spring 2014.

Samsung Galaxy S i9000M
(Orig. Factory: Froyo UGJL2, Kernel 2.6.32.9)
Tested Froyo, Gingerbread, MIUI, ICS, CM, and Jelly Bean with Bell's 850 HSPA system.

Wife's phone SGS III

If my post was useful, please click on the Thank's button below.
 
edgarpoe
Old
#33  
edgarpoe's Avatar
Senior Member
Thanks Meter 7
Posts: 150
Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Windsor

 
DONATE TO ME
I looked around online and a few places said the G2 battery is supposed to be 3.8v but now mine is charging to 4.3v, can anyone confirm what the voltage is supposed to be?

Sent from my LG-D803 using Tapatalk
Bell Mobility

LG G2 D803, stock Kitkat


HTC Vogue, Dual boot:
EdgarPoe's WM 28014 / DZO's Gb via Haret, OC 520Mhz.
Retired tester, Bell no longer offers unlimited data as of spring 2014.

Samsung Galaxy S i9000M
(Orig. Factory: Froyo UGJL2, Kernel 2.6.32.9)
Tested Froyo, Gingerbread, MIUI, ICS, CM, and Jelly Bean with Bell's 850 HSPA system.

Wife's phone SGS III

If my post was useful, please click on the Thank's button below.
 
spamcakes
Old
#34  
Senior Member
Thanks Meter 67
Posts: 189
Join Date: Mar 2010
4.3V is on the high end of the Li-ion chemistry in our phones.

3.8 is the "average" voltage the battery puts out, it is not a constant usually. When a Li-ion battery is fully charged it should never be charged over 4.3V, most people only let it charge to 4.2 for safety, likewise they should never drop below 3.4/3.5V or damage will probably occur.
The phone's internal circuitry takes care of the voltage difference by pulling less amps when fully charged and increasing the amp pull when going under 3.8V to make up for the low voltage.

Source: A lot of experience with Vaping gear that uses similar Li-ion batteries.
HTC Dream - CM 4.2.11 - Retired, fried something by being an idiot and trying to OC to 712 Mhz.
iPhone 4 (found on a park bench) - tweaked to the gills - Eventually donated to my mum after I got my Galaxy S3
Samsung Galaxy S3 - Carbonrom - Stolen at concert
LG Optimus 4x HD - Vanir - Gave to girlfriend with a clean/stable install of CM 10.2
LG G2 - Today, CM11, tomorrow, who knows?
The Following User Says Thank You to spamcakes For This Useful Post: [ Click to Expand ]
 
edgarpoe
Old
#35  
edgarpoe's Avatar
Senior Member
Thanks Meter 7
Posts: 150
Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Windsor

 
DONATE TO ME
Oh ok, and here I thought the battery was being overcharged and causing video to jitter and scramble around...

Sent from my LG-D803 using Tapatalk

---------- Post added at 10:40 AM ---------- Previous post was at 10:36 AM ----------

How's your phone now benz23? Did they say if it was from overheating? Mine seems to be ok now but had a few jumps yesterday after being in the hot car.

Sent from my LG-D803 using Tapatalk
Bell Mobility

LG G2 D803, stock Kitkat


HTC Vogue, Dual boot:
EdgarPoe's WM 28014 / DZO's Gb via Haret, OC 520Mhz.
Retired tester, Bell no longer offers unlimited data as of spring 2014.

Samsung Galaxy S i9000M
(Orig. Factory: Froyo UGJL2, Kernel 2.6.32.9)
Tested Froyo, Gingerbread, MIUI, ICS, CM, and Jelly Bean with Bell's 850 HSPA system.

Wife's phone SGS III

If my post was useful, please click on the Thank's button below.
 
Sfkn2
Old
#36  
Senior Member
Thanks Meter 61
Posts: 874
Join Date: Feb 2009
Location: San Francisco
Quote:
Originally Posted by benz23 View Post
Im taking it in on LG Service Center, the tech guy said its Hardware problem, about some sockets loose or something like that, He fix it for 1 hour and complete, and because im still have the warranty, so its free, no idea how much if the warranty is expired. And i still retain the KitKat OS (4.4.2). but my data is wiped out.

So far 3 hours no jitters... and restoring the data right now. I let you guys know if the jitters comeback.
How was the turnaround time? I just sent mine in and am curious.

Sent from my Nexus 4, while driving in my Evo9.
 
edgarpoe
Old
#37  
edgarpoe's Avatar
Senior Member
Thanks Meter 7
Posts: 150
Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Windsor

 
DONATE TO ME
Contacted bell for a phone service swap. Getting a free loaner sent to me and sending mine out for repair.

Sent from my LG-D803 using Tapatalk
Bell Mobility

LG G2 D803, stock Kitkat


HTC Vogue, Dual boot:
EdgarPoe's WM 28014 / DZO's Gb via Haret, OC 520Mhz.
Retired tester, Bell no longer offers unlimited data as of spring 2014.

Samsung Galaxy S i9000M
(Orig. Factory: Froyo UGJL2, Kernel 2.6.32.9)
Tested Froyo, Gingerbread, MIUI, ICS, CM, and Jelly Bean with Bell's 850 HSPA system.

Wife's phone SGS III

If my post was useful, please click on the Thank's button below.
 
edgarpoe
Old
(Last edited by edgarpoe; 19th July 2014 at 02:35 PM.) Reason: crappy spelling lol
#38  
edgarpoe's Avatar
Senior Member
Thanks Meter 7
Posts: 150
Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Windsor

 
DONATE TO ME
Thumbs down Photos of problems, and more problems....

Attached are screen shot photos of problems.

So I sent mine to Service, came back untouched. Apparently they didn't find anything wrong with it, even though it was acting up as soon as i started it.

I emailed them photos of the problem and they said to send it back and it would be taken care of by a supervisor.

Sent phone back again, and they sent me back a phone with a different IMEI number. I though cool, a new one.....

An hour later, the phone died so i thought maybe I didn't notice the battery had been low?

After plugging it in, instead of getting a momentary "battery charging" screen it showed up a message saying phone was disabled due to it being either too hot or too cold and battery is actually at 75%. Phone tries to turn on but dies shortly after the LG start-up logo.
Even after sitting for a few hours, same results.

Now quite livid over the matter, we contacted Bell about problems and "discussed our feelings" about the issues with our LG G2, including the overpaying of or new plan for less service compared to our old plan. (but i'm sure that's a different subject in the forum somewhere)

They said they would contact the repair depot and we received a refund for this month for the price difference between our old 3 year contract monthly bill compared to our new monthly bill on the two year contract started when we activated the LG G2.

Also they had "loyalty dept" reactivate our old 12Gig data share plan that i had with the 3 year contract, and lowering our monthly bill by $30.

So now we're waiting on a reply about the phone.

LG Customer Support mentioned to us back when the first issues started that if after repairing the phone three times still doesn't solve anything they would then send us a brand new device.

So that's where we sit for now, waiting on the verdict...
Attached Thumbnails
Click image for larger version

Name:	20140620_053049.jpg
Views:	13
Size:	235.0 KB
ID:	2859686   Click image for larger version

Name:	20140701_065241.jpg
Views:	14
Size:	245.4 KB
ID:	2859687   Click image for larger version

Name:	20140701_105749.jpg
Views:	12
Size:	254.0 KB
ID:	2859689   Click image for larger version

Name:	20140714_061633.jpg
Views:	13
Size:	257.4 KB
ID:	2859690   Click image for larger version

Name:	20140701_105723.jpg
Views:	11
Size:	253.2 KB
ID:	2859692  

Bell Mobility

LG G2 D803, stock Kitkat


HTC Vogue, Dual boot:
EdgarPoe's WM 28014 / DZO's Gb via Haret, OC 520Mhz.
Retired tester, Bell no longer offers unlimited data as of spring 2014.

Samsung Galaxy S i9000M
(Orig. Factory: Froyo UGJL2, Kernel 2.6.32.9)
Tested Froyo, Gingerbread, MIUI, ICS, CM, and Jelly Bean with Bell's 850 HSPA system.

Wife's phone SGS III

If my post was useful, please click on the Thank's button below.

Thread Tools Search this Thread
Search this Thread:

Advanced Search
Display Modes