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LG G Pro 2 - Share Your Homescreen

1st March 2014, 10:47 PM   |  #1  
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8th March 2014, 08:58 PM   |  #2  
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I'll kick this off then.

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I'm torn between having a wallpaper that looks goddamn awesome on this screen, and having a wallpaper that looks usable on this screen... :P

First world problems, eh?

Ahmad - how's the 4G on Three? I can't get 4G on my network but the Three deal for all-you-can-eat looks very good indeed. What are their speeds and coverage like?
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Ahmad - how's the 4G on Three? I can't get 4G on my network but the Three deal for all-you-can-eat looks very good indeed. What are their speeds and coverage like?

4G is good, I get coverage in my house and where I work but tbh the coverage is still quite limited at the moment if you look at the big picture. Speeds are quite good, on average I usually see 20Mbps but i've seen it peak over 40Mbps sometimes. All you can eat is the best thing ever. I used 20GB last month with out thinking about it.

Which network do you use? Does it not have 4G or is it the phone that doesn't support it?
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4G is good, I get coverage in my house and where I work but tbh the coverage is still quite limited at the moment if you look at the big picture. Speeds are quite good, on average I usually see 20Mbps but i've seen it peak over 40Mbps sometimes. All you can eat is the best thing ever. I used 20GB last month with out thinking about it.

Which network do you use? Does it not have 4G or is it the phone that doesn't support it?

Wow, that's impressive! Way faster than my wifi at home!

I'm with the very nice people at giffgaff, which piggybacks on the O2 network. I bought my G2 Pro from Hong Kong, it has 4G but not on the frequency the O2 network uses, so I'm tempted to switch to Three so I can get the full benefit.
After your recommendation I might go and do that right now...
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Wow, that's impressive! Way faster than my wifi at home!

I'm with the very nice people at giffgaff, which piggybacks on the O2 network. I bought my G2 Pro from Hong Kong, it has 4G but not on the frequency the O2 network uses, so I'm tempted to switch to Three so I can get the full benefit.
After your recommendation I might go and do that right now...

Yeh It is quite impressive.

Giff Gaff are good, I've used them before but I do have to admit O2's 3G coverage isn't anything special. If you're a heavy data user then Three is certainly the network to be on. Especially due to the free 4G and compatibility with your phone.
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Pretty boring... Lol

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My home screen, LG G3 style
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My home screen, LG G3 style

how have got the notification panel from g3 ?

a zip to flash ?

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