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Messages - Klotar

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G3 UI & Android Help / Re: Turn off Notification Badges
« on: January 25, 2016, 10:26:47 AM »
For Email, there is also a second place where notifications may be toggled off.

From the Email app, click the 3-dots, then select Settings.  Choose your first email account (so this must be repeated for each email account you have).  Scroll down to the Notification Settings section and untick Notifications.

I believe that the voicemail notifications can't be disabled; and Facebook I am not sure as I disabled the app entirely.

I just tested my Email on one of my accounts with the notification disabled.  I did not get a notification badge on my homescreen, HOWEVER, I did get one on my lockscreen.

Update: I just realized that I use a 3rd party launcher (Nova Prime) and my notification badges are handled by MissedIt! and Nova.  That explains why disabling notifications works for me but might not for you.  Sorry about that.

G3 UI & Android Help / Re: Turn off Notification Badges
« on: January 18, 2016, 09:30:30 AM »
By all accounts, disabling the notification should prevent the notification badges from showing.  I know that you said you have done that, but just to make sure (using Email as an example) :

Go to Settings (gear icon), Apps. Side-scroll over to ALL (Downloaded->on SD Card->Running->ALL), scroll down to Email and select it.  Untick the "Show Notifications" box.  There will be a confirmation box, select Yes.

You might have to clear existing notifications first, and possibly reboot (not sure about that part).

That should work for email, gmail, messaging, etc.  I don't think you can turn off notifications for Phone.

I am not sure what the pinning/unpinning of pins thing is (Google+?), but possibly doing the same procedure for whatever app handles that may work. 

Good luck and let us know how you make out.

New Member Introductions / Re: Hi
« on: December 07, 2015, 01:32:59 PM »
Hello and welcome aboard.  So what LG device do you have?

G4 Help / Re: Downgrade G4 from Lollipop to Kitkat
« on: October 26, 2015, 07:18:40 AM »
I have looked everywhere and cannot find instructions for downgrading my G4 to Kitkat.  Would it be the same as the G3?

I think that, unlike the G3 -- the G4 was released with Lollipop, so there is no stock G4 Kitkat to go back to.

If you are adamant on Kitkat for your G4, I think your only choice is to root and look for a custom ROM, although I think the audience for a G4 Kitkat ROM would be small, if not non-existent.

What are you looking to achieve by going to Kitkat?  Speed/responsiveness, Dalvik runtime, the user interface...?

The Lounge - Off Topic Forum / Re: Worst customer service till now
« on: July 29, 2015, 06:42:06 AM »
For the most part, LG does not sell devices to end users, they are sold by carriers, sellers or resellers.  While it was initially released only in Korea in Apr 2015, by June 2015, it was widely released; so there should be variant specifications around on the internet.

Who is your carrier, and/or are you looking for a specific version?

Anyways, Googling around, these seem to be the G4 variants:

H811 = T-Mobile USA
H810/H812 = AT&T (or US Regional/MVNO/etc)
LS991 = Sprint
VS986/AS986 = Verizon (or US Regional/MVNO/etc)
UK495/AK495 = US Cellular (or US Regional/MVNO/etc)
H812/H636 = Canada
K815(P/L/AR/K) = Korea
K815T = Hong Kong
H818P = International

New Member Introductions / Re: Hi
« on: June 02, 2015, 06:25:42 AM »
This question might be more appropriate in one of the help forums, but did your device get wet or has it been dropped or damaged in any way?

New Member Introductions / Re: Hi
« on: May 28, 2015, 07:16:40 AM »
Hello, and welcome to these forums.  If you have any questions, it is likely that one of our members may have answers for you.

New Member Introductions / Re: Hello
« on: May 22, 2015, 07:12:11 AM »
Hello, and welcome!

New Member Introductions / Re: New G2 owner!
« on: May 20, 2015, 06:51:55 AM »
Who could help me.

Hello -- what do you need help with?

Have you tried the Pioneer AppRadio application in the Play Store?


There are also several applications written by Pioneer that are in the Play Store, but also non-Pioneer AppRadio apps that may do what you want.

G2 Help / Re: LBF file?? LG back up question
« on: March 20, 2015, 06:31:21 AM »
I haven't used the LG Backup Tool myself yet, however, if I understand the instructions correctly; then on your new device, you open up the LG Backup Tool and select Restore.  Then navigate to your backup file.

That said, you would need to copy your backup file from your PC desktop over to somewhere on your new device first, so that you can select that file from the LG Backup Tool.

To clarify: by LG Backup, you mean the app that came with the G2, correct?  Or do you mean the desktop client that you can download and install on your PC (i.e. LG PC Suite)?  Whichever one though, you use the software that you made the backup with to do your restore.  Good luck and let us know how you made out.

Edit: I think the Sender/Receiver thing that you are seeing is for when you have two phones (old and new) "side by side" to transfer the data directly from the old device (either LG or non-LG) to the new LG device.  That said, in looking at the LG Backup app on my G3, it looks like restores are from "the cloud" via an LG Account.  That implies that the backup is to the cloud yet the option is there for backing up to SD card (which sort of doesn't make sense if you can't restore from SD).

New Member Introductions / Re: hello from Wyo!
« on: March 20, 2015, 06:23:49 AM »
Welcome aboard, Bassetbutler!

G2 Help / Re: G2 Charging Sync Cable
« on: February 14, 2015, 05:27:30 PM »
As I had mentioned, the Nexus 7 (2012) charger is fine since it is 2.0A, it is the Nexus 7 (2013) charger that is 1.35A.  I have both.

T-Mobile / Re: cant open an incoming call
« on: February 13, 2015, 07:55:45 PM »
I would try swiping the green icon instead of tapping it, to answer.  While I don't have a G2 any more, I think I recall swiping to answer (or decline).

G2 Help / Re: G2 Charging Sync Cable
« on: February 13, 2015, 01:32:54 PM »
Not true as the phone will accept up to a limit and if too high thermal shutdown occurs however unless you use eqipment that NASA uses you are very safe.

Oh, I was not speaking from a safety standpoint.  Almost any 5V charger and USB cable will work then, even old chargers from 5 years ago (e.g. 650 MA).

What I was speaking of are cables/chargers that meet the Qualcomm Quickcharge 2.0 spec.  That is, if you want your G3 to charge from 10% to 100% in a little over 90 minutes, the phone, charger and cable has to meet that spec -- and the Nexus 7 (2013) charger does not cut it (1.35A is too low).

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