Tag Archives: LG G3

Enter our LG G3 and LG VR giveaway!

It’s been too long since we hosted a great giveaway at PhoneDog Media, so we’ve teamed up with LG to offer all of our readers and followers the chance to win one of five LG G3′s and LG Vr headsets. Marco Hanna explains it all in the video above. Head on over to this giveaway page. The contest is open internationally and entries will close on Friday, May 1st, 2015 at 11:59 Eastern Time. … [read full article]

Android Lollipop update for T-Mobile LG G3 available through LG mobile support tool

We’ve been contacted by a couple of our readers to inform us that the official Android 5.0.1 update for the T-Mobile LG G3 is finally available. As of right now, it’s not an OTA update, but it is – according to our readers – available through the LG mobile support tool. Checking the T-Mobile software updates page reveals that T-Mobile still has it in “testing” mode. One reader sent us … [read full article]

T-Mobile LG G3 and G2 one step closer to Android 5.0 Lollipop update

T-Mobile’s software updates page is an incredibly useful tool for seeing where your handset’s Android update is up to in the process of being released. Although it’s still not giving Note 4 users any comfort, LG G3 and G2 users on the magenta network will be pleased to know that the Android 5.0 Lollipop is in the final stages of testing. Over the weekend, the page was update to show … [read full article]

T-Mo LG G3 gets software update [Post Update: Wi-Fi calling enhancement]

In the late hours of last night/early hours of this morning, T-Mobile delivered a new software update to its LG G3 users. Several readers got in touch to confirm the download. It’s roughly 155MB in size, and it’s not clear exactly what the new software includes except for some minor bug and performance fixes. Build number KVT49L.D8511L0m was made available to all G3 users on T-Mobile. Android version remains 4.4.2 for the update.  As … [read full article]

LG G3 review – 2014′s phone to beat?

With Samsung pretty much cleaning up on the Android market, you could be forgiven for ignoring its Korean competitor up until last year. The LG G2 turned heads. Its odd, rear-placed power and volume buttons as well as its super-slim bezels made it something of a milestone for LG. And then the ridiculously huge, curved G Flex ensured no one could ignore the company again. The big question for 2014 was whether or … [read full article]