If all of you LG G2 users were starting to doubt if you would ever get to use LG’s patented Knock Code feature – one of those features that was initially available in LG’s flagship G3 this year but was promised to trickle
Whoever has gotten his hands on the unreleased Samsung Galaxy F – previously known as the S5 Prime – has been putting out more and more pictures of the rumored new premium-looking smartphone unit, quite possibly both to tease
Verizon LG G2 users may want to be on the lookout for an update notification as Kit Kat is on the way. Big Red has shared the specifics for the update, which will be arriving as Android 4.4.2 with software version VS98024A.
AT&T users with an LG G2 may want to be on the lookout for an update notification. The update is on the smaller side, but it still does manage to address two key items. The two items mentioned on the changelog include Google
If you owned LG‘s 2013 flagship and was feeling a bit left out from the company’s latest fancy features, despair no more. LG has announced that its much advertised Knock Code feature will be descending on the LG G2 as
Owners of the LG G2 under T-Mobile‘s flag are receiving a nice gift today. The carrier has finally pushed out the long-awaited Android 4.4 update to handsets after being delayed for quite some time.
AT&T has already rolled out the awaited KitKat upgrade to the LG G2, but T-Mobile customers are still left waiting. In the meantime, those who can’t wait much longer can try their luck with this leaked factory image
It has been a long time coming, but now LG G2 and HTC One owners under AT&T can enjoy the sweetness of Android 4.4 on their devices. Along with the new features and improvements brought about by the latest Android version,
LG has announced another handset before the official beginning of Mobile World Congress. Last week it was the G Pro 2 and L Series III, and today we are seeing specs for the G2 mini. Though, given the size of the display, this
It seems that not only did LG change the name of its latest UX feature, it has also slightly changed the way it works. Now called “Knock Code”, this method of waking up a smartphone can now accept an entire pattern of