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October 01, 2015, 11:12:53 AM
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Offline gregma

Newly announced LG V10
« on: October 01, 2015, 11:12:53 AM »
What's the talk about the newly announced LG V10?  Removable battery, SD card, Looks like a good camera...
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October 01, 2015, 11:52:20 AM
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Offline megalomanic14

Re: Newly announced LG V10
« Reply #1 on: October 01, 2015, 11:52:20 AM »
I think that thing is extremely forward thinking with a lot of really cool and interesting ideas... Where the edge devices made no sense to me a variable dual second screen seems like it would leave a lot of really interesting things on the table... Plus you can't knock a removable battery, SD card, dual front cameras , a 1.8 rear camera aperture...the things just a tech beast imo

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October 01, 2015, 11:54:23 AM
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Offline LfnsR

Re: Newly announced LG V10
« Reply #2 on: October 01, 2015, 11:54:23 AM »
Looks pretty damn nice. Looking forward to checking it out in person once available.

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October 01, 2015, 11:56:08 AM
Reply #3

Offline megalomanic14

Re: Newly announced LG V10
« Reply #3 on: October 01, 2015, 11:56:08 AM »
Looks pretty damn nice. Looking forward to checking it out in person once available.

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What's the talk about the newly announced LG V10?  Removable battery, SD card, Looks like a good camera...
Just this is super impressive imo...considering the alternative samsung devices are the most fragile they've ever built....ironic s5 was shock and dust resistant where the s6 well lol one drop and toast but this...wow


Mega

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October 01, 2015, 11:57:16 AM
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Offline LfnsR

Re: Newly announced LG V10
« Reply #4 on: October 01, 2015, 11:57:16 AM »
Looks pretty damn nice. Looking forward to checking it out in person once available.

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What's the talk about the newly announced LG V10?  Removable battery, SD card, Looks like a good camera...
Just this is super impressive imo...considering the alternative samsung devices are the most fragile they've ever built....ironic s5 was shock and dust resistant where the s6 well lol one drop and toast but this...wow


Mega

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October 01, 2015, 12:34:44 PM
Reply #5

Offline gregma

Re: Newly announced LG V10
« Reply #5 on: October 01, 2015, 12:34:44 PM »
Hmmm...  Not sure about this attitude from LG...  http://developer.lge.com/resource/mobile/RetrieveBootloader.dev?categoryTypeCode=ANRS

Announcing the rollout, LG on its developer page said, "We value your opinion. We have heard your opinions from the open developer community. Starting in 2015, LG will allow customers to unlock the bootloader for certain releases of LG smartphones. This will allow you to participate in Android development using LG hardware."

Bootloader unlocking enables users to install custom ROMs on the smartphones, and is the first step in gaining root privileges, both processes that are not very simple for lay users. In several cases, these custom ROMs are made available to end-users as well, along with detailed instructions on how to install, by developer forums like XDA.

LG has also clarified that once a phone is unlocked, it will no longer be fully covered under LG warranty. "As we cannot guarantee the proper operation of our hardware with custom software, we are not able to maintain the full scope of warranty for your device after you have unlocked the bootloader... Because of that we have a responsibility to let you know that defects which may result from, or were caused by custom device-software may not be covered by LG warranty," the company noted on its developer page.

Some of the unexpected side effects of unlocking the device include certain features and functionalities may be disabled; device may stop working; device becomes physically damaged due to overheating; behaviour of the device may be altered; some content on the device may no longer be accessible or playable due to invalid DRM keys, and all user data, settings, and accounts may be wiped out.

LG has also listed step-by-step instructions to unlock the bootloader; though stresses users to unlock the bootloader only after understanding all the risks involved.
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October 01, 2015, 02:05:07 PM
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Offline megalomanic14

Re: Newly announced LG V10
« Reply #6 on: October 01, 2015, 02:05:07 PM »
Hmmm...  Not sure about this attitude from LG...  http://developer.lge.com/resource/mobile/RetrieveBootloader.dev?categoryTypeCode=ANRS

Announcing the rollout, LG on its developer page said, "We value your opinion. We have heard your opinions from the open developer community. Starting in 2015, LG will allow customers to unlock the bootloader for certain releases of LG smartphones. This will allow you to participate in Android development using LG hardware."

Bootloader unlocking enables users to install custom ROMs on the smartphones, and is the first step in gaining root privileges, both processes that are not very simple for lay users. In several cases, these custom ROMs are made available to end-users as well, along with detailed instructions on how to install, by developer forums like XDA.

LG has also clarified that once a phone is unlocked, it will no longer be fully covered under LG warranty. "As we cannot guarantee the proper operation of our hardware with custom software, we are not able to maintain the full scope of warranty for your device after you have unlocked the bootloader... Because of that we have a responsibility to let you know that defects which may result from, or were caused by custom device-software may not be covered by LG warranty," the company noted on its developer page.

Some of the unexpected side effects of unlocking the device include certain features and functionalities may be disabled; device may stop working; device becomes physically damaged due to overheating; behaviour of the device may be altered; some content on the device may no longer be accessible or playable due to invalid DRM keys, and all user data, settings, and accounts may be wiped out.

LG has also listed step-by-step instructions to unlock the bootloader; though stresses users to unlock the bootloader only after understanding all the risks involved.
Yea I know what you're saying that they sort of dismissive and make it seem like locking the boot is crucial to a stable device ect...but where I do at least give them credit is the offer...i get why they lock it to avoid warranty class  and bricked devices ect...but idk why it's not simply an option built in the already hidden dev options?

Mega


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October 01, 2015, 02:10:07 PM
Reply #7

Offline gregma

Re: Newly announced LG V10
« Reply #7 on: October 01, 2015, 02:10:07 PM »
Hmmm...  Not sure about this attitude from LG...  http://developer.lge.com/resource/mobile/RetrieveBootloader.dev?categoryTypeCode=ANRS

Announcing the rollout, LG on its developer page said, "We value your opinion. We have heard your opinions from the open developer community. Starting in 2015, LG will allow customers to unlock the bootloader for certain releases of LG smartphones. This will allow you to participate in Android development using LG hardware."

Bootloader unlocking enables users to install custom ROMs on the smartphones, and is the first step in gaining root privileges, both processes that are not very simple for lay users. In several cases, these custom ROMs are made available to end-users as well, along with detailed instructions on how to install, by developer forums like XDA.

LG has also clarified that once a phone is unlocked, it will no longer be fully covered under LG warranty. "As we cannot guarantee the proper operation of our hardware with custom software, we are not able to maintain the full scope of warranty for your device after you have unlocked the bootloader... Because of that we have a responsibility to let you know that defects which may result from, or were caused by custom device-software may not be covered by LG warranty," the company noted on its developer page.

Some of the unexpected side effects of unlocking the device include certain features and functionalities may be disabled; device may stop working; device becomes physically damaged due to overheating; behaviour of the device may be altered; some content on the device may no longer be accessible or playable due to invalid DRM keys, and all user data, settings, and accounts may be wiped out.

LG has also listed step-by-step instructions to unlock the bootloader; though stresses users to unlock the bootloader only after understanding all the risks involved.
Yea I know what you're saying that they sort of dismissive and make it seem like locking the boot is crucial to a stable device ect...but where I do at least give them credit is the offer...i get why they lock it to avoid warranty class  and bricked devices ect...but idk why it's not simply an option built in the already hidden dev options?

Mega


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Reading their unlocking method.  They want your email, IMEI and your device ID before they will send the unlock code.  To deny warranty returns?
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October 01, 2015, 02:34:22 PM
Reply #8

Offline megalomanic14

Re: Newly announced LG V10
« Reply #8 on: October 01, 2015, 02:34:22 PM »
Hmmm...  Not sure about this attitude from LG...  http://developer.lge.com/resource/mobile/RetrieveBootloader.dev?categoryTypeCode=ANRS

Announcing the rollout, LG on its developer page said, "We value your opinion. We have heard your opinions from the open developer community. Starting in 2015, LG will allow customers to unlock the bootloader for certain releases of LG smartphones. This will allow you to participate in Android development using LG hardware."

Bootloader unlocking enables users to install custom ROMs on the smartphones, and is the first step in gaining root privileges, both processes that are not very simple for lay users. In several cases, these custom ROMs are made available to end-users as well, along with detailed instructions on how to install, by developer forums like XDA.

LG has also clarified that once a phone is unlocked, it will no longer be fully covered under LG warranty. "As we cannot guarantee the proper operation of our hardware with custom software, we are not able to maintain the full scope of warranty for your device after you have unlocked the bootloader... Because of that we have a responsibility to let you know that defects which may result from, or were caused by custom device-software may not be covered by LG warranty," the company noted on its developer page.

Some of the unexpected side effects of unlocking the device include certain features and functionalities may be disabled; device may stop working; device becomes physically damaged due to overheating; behaviour of the device may be altered; some content on the device may no longer be accessible or playable due to invalid DRM keys, and all user data, settings, and accounts may be wiped out.

LG has also listed step-by-step instructions to unlock the bootloader; though stresses users to unlock the bootloader only after understanding all the risks involved.
Yea I know what you're saying that they sort of dismissive and make it seem like locking the boot is crucial to a stable device ect...but where I do at least give them credit is the offer...i get why they lock it to avoid warranty class  and bricked devices ect...but idk why it's not simply an option built in the already hidden dev options?

Mega


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Reading their unlocking method.  They want your email, IMEI and your device ID before they will send the unlock code.  To deny warranty returns?
That's what I would guess...once they have your name and imei your toast...you'd have no shot of even submitting a warranty claim...or return by doing that which is dirty totally agree

Mega

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October 01, 2015, 07:32:48 PM
Reply #9

Offline Force70

Re: Newly announced LG V10
« Reply #9 on: October 01, 2015, 07:32:48 PM »
Hmmm...  Not sure about this attitude from LG...  http://developer.lge.com/resource/mobile/RetrieveBootloader.dev?categoryTypeCode=ANRS

Announcing the rollout, LG on its developer page said, "We value your opinion. We have heard your opinions from the open developer community. Starting in 2015, LG will allow customers to unlock the bootloader for certain releases of LG smartphones. This will allow you to participate in Android development using LG hardware."

Bootloader unlocking enables users to install custom ROMs on the smartphones, and is the first step in gaining root privileges, both processes that are not very simple for lay users. In several cases, these custom ROMs are made available to end-users as well, along with detailed instructions on how to install, by developer forums like XDA.

LG has also clarified that once a phone is unlocked, it will no longer be fully covered under LG warranty. "As we cannot guarantee the proper operation of our hardware with custom software, we are not able to maintain the full scope of warranty for your device after you have unlocked the bootloader... Because of that we have a responsibility to let you know that defects which may result from, or were caused by custom device-software may not be covered by LG warranty," the company noted on its developer page.

Some of the unexpected side effects of unlocking the device include certain features and functionalities may be disabled; device may stop working; device becomes physically damaged due to overheating; behaviour of the device may be altered; some content on the device may no longer be accessible or playable due to invalid DRM keys, and all user data, settings, and accounts may be wiped out.

LG has also listed step-by-step instructions to unlock the bootloader; though stresses users to unlock the bootloader only after understanding all the risks involved.
Yea I know what you're saying that they sort of dismissive and make it seem like locking the boot is crucial to a stable device ect...but where I do at least give them credit is the offer...i get why they lock it to avoid warranty class  and bricked devices ect...but idk why it's not simply an option built in the already hidden dev options?

Mega


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Reading their unlocking method.  They want your email, IMEI and your device ID before they will send the unlock code.  To deny warranty returns?
That's what I would guess...once they have your name and imei your toast...you'd have no shot of even submitting a warranty claim...or return by doing that which is dirty totally agree

Mega

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I have zero issue with this, just unlock the damn device lol.

I passed on the G3 and the G4 because of the pita BL issues.

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October 01, 2015, 07:47:50 PM
Reply #10

Offline megalomanic14

Re: Newly announced LG V10
« Reply #10 on: October 01, 2015, 07:47:50 PM »
Hmmm...  Not sure about this attitude from LG...  http://developer.lge.com/resource/mobile/RetrieveBootloader.dev?categoryTypeCode=ANRS

Announcing the rollout, LG on its developer page said, "We value your opinion. We have heard your opinions from the open developer community. Starting in 2015, LG will allow customers to unlock the bootloader for certain releases of LG smartphones. This will allow you to participate in Android development using LG hardware."

Bootloader unlocking enables users to install custom ROMs on the smartphones, and is the first step in gaining root privileges, both processes that are not very simple for lay users. In several cases, these custom ROMs are made available to end-users as well, along with detailed instructions on how to install, by developer forums like XDA.

LG has also clarified that once a phone is unlocked, it will no longer be fully covered under LG warranty. "As we cannot guarantee the proper operation of our hardware with custom software, we are not able to maintain the full scope of warranty for your device after you have unlocked the bootloader... Because of that we have a responsibility to let you know that defects which may result from, or were caused by custom device-software may not be covered by LG warranty," the company noted on its developer page.

Some of the unexpected side effects of unlocking the device include certain features and functionalities may be disabled; device may stop working; device becomes physically damaged due to overheating; behaviour of the device may be altered; some content on the device may no longer be accessible or playable due to invalid DRM keys, and all user data, settings, and accounts may be wiped out.

LG has also listed step-by-step instructions to unlock the bootloader; though stresses users to unlock the bootloader only after understanding all the risks involved.
Yea I know what you're saying that they sort of dismissive and make it seem like locking the boot is crucial to a stable device ect...but where I do at least give them credit is the offer...i get why they lock it to avoid warranty class  and bricked devices ect...but idk why it's not simply an option built in the already hidden dev options?

Mega


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Reading their unlocking method.  They want your email, IMEI and your device ID before they will send the unlock code.  To deny warranty returns?
That's what I would guess...once they have your name and imei your toast...you'd have no shot of even submitting a warranty claim...or return by doing that which is dirty totally agree

Mega

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I have zero issue with this, just unlock the damn device lol.

I passed on the G3 and the G4 because of the pita BL issues.

Sent from my Nexus 6 or Note 4
Yea I would totally take the trade as well...and I would get fully behind lg for doing it if they opened it up cuz imo its just not worth the guessing game if your device will get lucky for the cost of phones today...I really don't get why basic root is not a big red button hidden in the already hidden dev options? Like 5x you agree to void your warranty No bitching regardless...check root bam idk

Mega

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October 01, 2015, 08:30:14 PM
Reply #11

Offline Scrappy610

Re: Newly announced LG V10
« Reply #11 on: October 01, 2015, 08:30:14 PM »
Hmmm...  Not sure about this attitude from LG...  http://developer.lge.com/resource/mobile/RetrieveBootloader.dev?categoryTypeCode=ANRS

Announcing the rollout, LG on its developer page said, "We value your opinion. We have heard your opinions from the open developer community. Starting in 2015, LG will allow customers to unlock the bootloader for certain releases of LG smartphones. This will allow you to participate in Android development using LG hardware."

Bootloader unlocking enables users to install custom ROMs on the smartphones, and is the first step in gaining root privileges, both processes that are not very simple for lay users. In several cases, these custom ROMs are made available to end-users as well, along with detailed instructions on how to install, by developer forums like XDA.

LG has also clarified that once a phone is unlocked, it will no longer be fully covered under LG warranty. "As we cannot guarantee the proper operation of our hardware with custom software, we are not able to maintain the full scope of warranty for your device after you have unlocked the bootloader... Because of that we have a responsibility to let you know that defects which may result from, or were caused by custom device-software may not be covered by LG warranty," the company noted on its developer page.

Some of the unexpected side effects of unlocking the device include certain features and functionalities may be disabled; device may stop working; device becomes physically damaged due to overheating; behaviour of the device may be altered; some content on the device may no longer be accessible or playable due to invalid DRM keys, and all user data, settings, and accounts may be wiped out.

LG has also listed step-by-step instructions to unlock the bootloader; though stresses users to unlock the bootloader only after understanding all the risks involved.
Yea I know what you're saying that they sort of dismissive and make it seem like locking the boot is crucial to a stable device ect...but where I do at least give them credit is the offer...i get why they lock it to avoid warranty class  and bricked devices ect...but idk why it's not simply an option built in the already hidden dev options?

Mega


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Reading their unlocking method.  They want your email, IMEI and your device ID before they will send the unlock code.  To deny warranty returns?
That's what I would guess...once they have your name and imei your toast...you'd have no shot of even submitting a warranty claim...or return by doing that which is dirty totally agree

Mega

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I have zero issue with this, just unlock the damn device lol.

I passed on the G3 and the G4 because of the pita BL issues.

Sent from my Nexus 6 or Note 4
Yea I would totally take the trade as well...and I would get fully behind lg for doing it if they opened it up cuz imo its just not worth the guessing game if your device will get lucky for the cost of phones today...I really don't get why basic root is not a big red button hidden in the already hidden dev options? Like 5x you agree to void your warranty No bitching regardless...check root bam idk

Mega

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That's what I loved about my HTC s. Go to the website, unlock bootloader. Agree to the " your killing your warranty, if you blow it up oh well hope it takes out the neighbors cat too" clause and wala, s-off!

And root should come standard... just flash su or the developer options hidden button is a perfect idea

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October 01, 2015, 11:55:29 PM
Reply #12

Offline megalomanic14

Re: Newly announced LG V10
« Reply #12 on: October 01, 2015, 11:55:29 PM »


Hmmm...  Not sure about this attitude from LG...  http://developer.lge.com/resource/mobile/RetrieveBootloader.dev?categoryTypeCode=ANRS

Announcing the rollout, LG on its developer page said, "We value your opinion. We have heard your opinions from the open developer community. Starting in 2015, LG will allow customers to unlock the bootloader for certain releases of LG smartphones. This will allow you to participate in Android development using LG hardware."

Bootloader unlocking enables users to install custom ROMs on the smartphones, and is the first step in gaining root privileges, both processes that are not very simple for lay users. In several cases, these custom ROMs are made available to end-users as well, along with detailed instructions on how to install, by developer forums like XDA.

LG has also clarified that once a phone is unlocked, it will no longer be fully covered under LG warranty. "As we cannot guarantee the proper operation of our hardware with custom software, we are not able to maintain the full scope of warranty for your device after you have unlocked the bootloader... Because of that we have a responsibility to let you know that defects which may result from, or were caused by custom device-software may not be covered by LG warranty," the company noted on its developer page.

Some of the unexpected side effects of unlocking the device include certain features and functionalities may be disabled; device may stop working; device becomes physically damaged due to overheating; behaviour of the device may be altered; some content on the device may no longer be accessible or playable due to invalid DRM keys, and all user data, settings, and accounts may be wiped out.

LG has also listed step-by-step instructions to unlock the bootloader; though stresses users to unlock the bootloader only after understanding all the risks involved.
Yea I know what you're saying that they sort of dismissive and make it seem like locking the boot is crucial to a stable device ect...but where I do at least give them credit is the offer...i get why they lock it to avoid warranty class  and bricked devices ect...but idk why it's not simply an option built in the already hidden dev options?

Mega


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Reading their unlocking method.  They want your email, IMEI and your device ID before they will send the unlock code.  To deny warranty returns?
That's what I would guess...once they have your name and imei your toast...you'd have no shot of even submitting a warranty claim...or return by doing that which is dirty totally agree

Mega

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I have zero issue with this, just unlock the damn device lol.

I passed on the G3 and the G4 because of the pita BL issues.

Sent from my Nexus 6 or Note 4
Yea I would totally take the trade as well...and I would get fully behind lg for doing it if they opened it up cuz imo its just not worth the guessing game if your device will get lucky for the cost of phones today...I really don't get why basic root is not a big red button hidden in the already hidden dev options? Like 5x you agree to void your warranty No bitching regardless...check root bam idk

Mega

Check out my Patron page for info about funding the new community... https://www.patreon.com/megalomanic14?ty=h

That's what I loved about my HTC s. Go to the website, unlock bootloader. Agree to the " your killing your warranty, if you blow it up oh well hope it takes out the neighbors cat too" clause and wala, s-off!

And root should come standard... just flash su or the developer options hidden button is a perfect idea

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Totally man...hopefully that's the future of root or unlocking the boots in general as that's def the best way I can think of

Mega

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October 02, 2015, 06:24:07 AM
Reply #13

Offline iunlock

Re: Newly announced LG V10
« Reply #13 on: October 02, 2015, 06:24:07 AM »
Interesting....I wonder how they will get around the reception under all that metal?

Remember the iPhone nightmare with them having receptions problems back when they first came out with the unibody metal frame? Hmm....heck make the whole metal a part of the antenna! LOL j/k...

I'm curious now....
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October 02, 2015, 11:24:20 PM
Reply #14

Offline Force70

Re: Newly announced LG V10
« Reply #14 on: October 02, 2015, 11:24:20 PM »
Interesting....I wonder how they will get around the reception under all that metal?

Remember the iPhone nightmare with them having receptions problems back when they first came out with the unibody metal frame? Hmm....heck make the whole metal a part of the antenna! LOL j/k...

I'm curious now....

That's a good question, im also wondering what it weighs lol

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