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Lightbulb [MOD] Without ROOT get rid of LAG on G2!!!

If you are experiencing some of annoying LAG on your G2,here is how to get LAG away (works with my G2) :

1. Enter the following based on your device model:
  • 3845#*800# (for At&T model)
  • 3845#*801# (for T-Mobile variants)
  • 3845#*802# (for European variants)
  • 3845#*803# (for AT&T and Canadian variants)

2. Scroll down to High Temperature Property OFF,and select
3. Turn it ON...
4. Turn G2 fully off...
5. Wait at least 10sec...
6. Turn it back on and wait about 30sec. when Screen Lock shows...

LAG-FREE G2

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"NOTE" I am not responsible for any damage made to your phone!
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If you are experiencing some of annoying LAG on your G2,here is how to get LAG away (works with my G2) :

1. Type 3845#*802#
2. Scrol down to High Temperature Property OFF,and select
3. Turn it ON...
4. Turn G2 fully off...
5. Wait at least 10sec...
6. Turn it back on and wait about 30sec. when Screen Lock shows...

LAG-FREE G2

"NOTE" I am not responsible for any damage made to your phone!
Any one try this yet?

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Works.Thnx
 
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I appreciate this, especially now that I can access the hidden service menu.
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So what is high temperature property? Can this harm my phone?
Not that you care, but my phone history: Samsung SGH-N105, Samsung SGH-S105, Sony Ericsson T68i, Nokia 3650, Nokia 3220, Motorola SLVR L7, Blackberry Pearl 8100, original iPhone, 3G, 3GS, & 4, Samsung Galaxy SII Skyrocket, Galaxy SIII, Galaxy Note 2, HTC One, LG G2 (current)
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does anyone know how to get to the service menu on the vzw variant?
 
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does anyone know how to get to the service menu on the vzw variant?
I think its 3845#*<model number>#

thats how i got into my telus menu, i used 803 instead of 802
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I appreciate this, especially now that I can access the hidden service menu.
Do not do anything that you don't know what is it for!!!
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So what is high temperature property? Can this harm my phone?
It is system with how it manages processor speed according to processor temp! No,It cannot harm your phone!
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If you activate it will get right clock speed according to CPU temp. If CPU gets too hot it will lower CPU,so that CPU can get cooler and run smoothly! If your CPU gets too hot it can start to LAG on your system. I don't know why people force off it on E98x LG G Pro...???!!!
Principle is the same on CPU in phone as in computer/laptop. You all know that If CPU gets too hot or not cooled down enough it will get LAGY and start to throttle the system!
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