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[INFO]LG G2 - Android 4.4.3

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17th October 2014, 10:17 AM |#21  
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Guys, I mean, WTF, it is october already and no new ROM updates since July. Where is promised 4.4.3? Crazy battery hog of 4.4.2 pisses me off already. LG should have fixed it long ago
 
 
17th October 2014, 10:44 AM |#22  
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4.4.3 and 4.4.4 updates included Nexus specific patches mainly. LG likely added the patches to 4.4.2 - if you check the Nexus 4.4.3 and 4.4.4 updates, you will see they are only a few MB
We will jump from 4.4.2 to 5.0 dont worry

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17th October 2014, 12:44 PM |#23  
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4.4.3 and 4.4.4 updates included Nexus specific patches mainly. LG likely added the patches to 4.4.2 - if you check the Nexus 4.4.3 and 4.4.4 updates, you will see they are only a few MB
We will jump from 4.4.2 to 5.0 dont worry

Sent from my LG-D802

True, from 4.4.2 to 5.0 it will be.

Problem is, most people won't have a G2 anymore, because I am sure, this won't be until late spring/summer 2015..
17th October 2014, 12:51 PM |#24  
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Problem is, most people won't have a G2 anymore, because I am sure, this won't be until late spring/summer 2015..

you know, some of us don't buy a new phone just because a newer/better one has come out

as long as the device performs well in the daily tasks - it's a good device...

prior LG G2 i had LG Optimus 2x for almost 3 years and it was well outdated device although it had a good developer support (it even has KK4.4.4 now, shouts to @tonyp , @pengus77 & @spyrosk ) - and as a phone/messaging device - it works quite well even today (i still have it as a backup device)

i'll change G2 only if:
- it somehow gets broken or totally unbricked
- i get a new offer from my provider when my 2year contract ends
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you know, some of us don't buy a new phone just because a newer/better one has come out

as long as the device performs well in the daily tasks - it's a good device...

prior LG G2 i had LG Optimus 2x for almost 3 years and it was well outdated device although it had a good developer support (it even has KK4.4.4 now, shouts to @tonyp , @pengus77 & @spyrosk ) - and as a phone/messaging device - it works quite well even today (i still have it as a backup device)

i'll change G2 only if:
- it somehow gets broken or totally unbricked
- i get a new offer from my provider when my 2year contract ends

True.

My wife bought a G2 2 months ago, my brother 3 weeks ago, so they will enjoy the update for sure.
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G2 is still the device i reccomend to my friends when they're looking for a new android based device and don't wont to spent "millions" of money...
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