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LG V30 with Android PIE 9.0

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BROKEN1981

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Dec 27, 2013
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*MIUI does it better. Don't forget they had gestures before iOS. But yeah iOS is pretty clean for gestures if youre talking mainstream in the west.
I can't talk about MIUI since I've never used it before. I hear a lot of good things about it.

I love my iPhone, but not having a back button is a huugggeeeeee pain in the ass. LoL

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Jonous

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Jan 12, 2008
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I'm sticking with LG, too. We have custom ROMs anyway. Plus i don't think I'll be satisfied with phones without a DAC like LG's.
My thoughts exactly! I like music loud! I don't think anything else can satisfy my needs in that department. Plus newest models' battery sucks. So it's V30 for me for now. Plus I'm broke :D

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cle_m_ent

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Nov 8, 2008
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Enough of this crap. I have bought a Google pixel 3.

I look everytime for a Aosp rom. Everything's I have tried is a little or very bug. LG rom, bug, Aosp, bug.

Enough of the branding and Sammy, LG customisation.
 
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cle_m_ent

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I'm on rooted stock firmware with Magisk mods and don't have bugs. ;). I have DTS 3D stereo, etc.

You always have a little bug. AOD brightness for exemple. Too bright the night, too dark the day. I have flash the oereo stock, this is smoother and faster...

But the point is, I want a phone with officially update and good photos...

Pure android, good in photo, wireless charge, waterproof, smaller, usable with one hand. I think after 10 years in XDA to find every Aosp rom, the latest firmware, I don't want to have to do this anymore... :silly:
 

kbuss

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any hints on why would you want Pie on this device or why would you care at all?
apart from losing the ability to record calls for example...
would it give you speed or battery advantage?
will it be simpler?

android is way to complicated now, we dont need another windows...
less is more, and coming out w a new OS every year is complete BS.
 

HKSpeed

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any hints on why would you want Pie on this device or why would you care at all?
apart from losing the ability to record calls for example...
would it give you speed or battery advantage?
will it be simpler?

android is way to complicated now, we dont need another windows...
less is more, and coming out w a new OS every year is complete BS.

I want gesture controls and dark mode from Android Pie
 
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