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By dondavis007, Senior Member on 27th June 2014, 08:44 PM
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6th July 2014, 07:42 AM |#41  
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You didn't have the preproduction unit as those were sent to reviewers. The screen has been pretty much confirmed to be The same on all of them pretty much from supercurio. The only thing that seems to differ is the firmware.

I did have pre-production unit (D855@2GB), here is my impression -

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6th July 2014, 12:31 PM |#42  
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Something I found helped reduce lag was removing the app drawer icon labels with p.tour's excellent g3 tweakbox. I'm not sure if its in my head as it just looks cleaner but certainly seems to help me so worth giving it a try...
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Hey i cant help but notice the camera a+ on/off in the service menu 3845#*855#.

Does anyone know what it does? Does it improve the camera?
6th July 2014, 02:25 PM |#44  
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I think I have got the phone as smooth as it can be without lg gives it an update or a rommaker turns everything that steals cpu cycles off.

Root etc. Lagfix trim, seeder (testing if it really do,anything for me), art, minimal graphics and greenify. Exept for a odd hickup even TapaTalk is smooth.
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keyboard lag solution
It is as simple as disabling all spell checking and suggestions etc. I had the lags fresh out of the box but when I disabled those it is all OK... Hope it helps...
1st August 2014, 02:51 AM |#46  
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I'm not ready to root yet so I just went from dalvik to ART, disabled the LG smart bulletin page, enabled high temperature property and, just now, switch animation to 0.5.
It seems to be helping a lot, even with 9 widgets running all the time.
next I'll try to disable all delete apps I don't need (t-mobile and LG)
thanks!
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Maybe try swiftkey? It's free and I love it with my Note 2 - especially the ability to control how long a long press is for numbers etc. Let me know how it is if you do, since I plan on using it with the G3.

Also, maybe something like Greenify will help hibernate more background processes and make it heat up less and free up the CPU?

SwiftKey is one of the few things that notably lag on my G3. Tried a bunch of things, nothing seems to work. Not terrible but it is perceptible and consistent
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