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  # 1043318 13-May-2014 23:18
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G2 seems very stable on KitKat. I get 1.5 to 2 days use doing work emails, calls etc



Personally I would not want a phone physically bigger than G2 so G3 would be out for me. Even this size is a bit big for one hand operation at times.



Had the phone for a number of months and no issues, would recommend. HTC, sony, alcatel prior to this. LG seems more reliable than my partners iphone 5 for call quality.

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  # 1046415 16-May-2014 16:49
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Well, grabbed a 32Gb in White (Sick of black for a while) G2 from HiTech in New Market.

I love this phone!...customization to the MAX makes it quite easy to personalize it...very enjoyable and personal. Looking forward to what LG does with the G3,


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  # 1089588 15-Jul-2014 21:45
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In the market to buy a G2 with the lower price. (Harvey Norman have their $489 sale on again)

Tossing up between LG G2 from Harvey Norman (16g) vs the 32gb model from parallel importers. Both roughly the same price.

Is there currently any disadvantage to having the parallel imported version over Harvey Norman's other than warranty? Does it just require leaving the stock HGK stock rom so not to void the warranty. Any issues with 4G on Telecom / Vodafone etc?

Cheers 

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Uber Geek


  # 1089589 15-Jul-2014 21:48
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I got the 32gb version from einfotech no issues at all worked fine. Rooted and threw on a custom rom

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  # 1100484 2-Aug-2014 09:40
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LG G2 owners 

Is it possible to disable by default, the data and wifi connection in GUEST MODE? so my kids can't buy stuff!! :-)


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Wannabe Geek


  # 1118871 31-Aug-2014 11:01
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Hi, just saw your question. Bit late I know :)

Dont know if you figured this out or not.

It seems as long as you have wifi and data turned off before entering guest mode, there is no way to turn it on in guest mode.

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