After a couple of days of digging, I found the solution to this issue.
I opened up Device Manager. My first problem is I was looking for Android Composite ADB Interface, which is what it usually is called. I started looking harder. When I noticed ACER Device. My machine is not an ACER, nor do I have any ACER devices attached, or so I thought. I expanded ...
Quoted from Lifehacker, referencing Android Police:
If you’re using the Facebook app—and there are plenty of reasons not to—you might have noticed a weird, broken Chromecast notification in your shade recently. Here’s what’s causing it and how to fix it.
As Android Police discovered, this notification is being caused by a bug in the way Facebook ...
Try these :
The Sensor Kinetics app is an advanced monitor for the standard sensors that are available on Android devices. It offers a comprehensive look at the dynamics of the combined functionality of the sensors. The app demonstrates the use of each of the sensors and provides a look at the charts associated with each of them to know how ...
The features are still there, LG only moved the settings to other place.
From a post by jtrvk on XDA Forum,
The gesture settings regarding calls have been moved to main phone
Settings - Call - scroll down to Gesture
For smart screen gesture, that setting is now listed under Display
if you have a usb keyboard or mouse, you can use an OTG adapter and you can gain some control. From there you might be able to set a bluetooth mouse on the device, then connect the device to the PC and use the mouse to set the option.
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PurpleDrake is a set of scripts that will root your LG ...
To answer the part about using the phone even though the touchscreen doesn't work:
You can use an OTG cable, to plug a computer mouse into your phone and you will then be able to navigate through your phone with it. This way, you'll be able to allow your phone to connect to your computer.
Here's an OTG cable that will allow you to connect your phone to the ...
This has solved my problem. I could not turn on USB debugging because the phone was connected to my computer. You have to unplug the phone first, start the USB debugging and plug it back in. Then, adb devices worked.
A solution for this problem has been given in multiple sources, such as: this, this, and this. However, in those cases either the phone model is different, or the Android version on the device is different.
Solving this problem requires couple of steps:
0) Setup description
1) Accessing the hidden menu for LG G3 on Android Marshmallow 6.0 & enable ...
I have the same exact issue. Literally same exact issue. I got mine to work for a little while after setting my WiFi to broadcast B&G only. I really hope someone finds out how to fix this issue soon. Btw I'm running XDAbbeb's ROM and have tried 3 or 4 others.
Edit: People on the G3 reddit are reporting this issue as well. One user said that replacing ...
I found the answer: pinch zoom!
Using the two finger gesture in the messaging app changes the font size on:
the "Enter message" field, default text as well as input text.
the send button
the paper clip icon
If I then close the app, using either triangle or circle, the setting will persist.
Just found the answer to the "...by putting the phone to your ear" setting on my LG G3. It wasn't in the general settings. I opened the phone icon on the home screen and then opened the menu in the right hand corner → Call Settings. The options for answering the phone with the gestures were there.
A "hard reset" would not change the /system partition, which is where the .apk originates. Since you deleted the system app, I'm going to assume that you have root access. After installing the .apk, I recommend manually pushing it to /system/priv-app/ (command: adb push LGAlarmClock.apk /system/priv-app/, replacing LGAlarmClock.apk with the full path to the ....
The volume warning was removed with Android Lollipop. It
appears that this is in lollipop, but it is either very buggy
or extremely passive.
Read the comments. Many users found it to be more of an annoyance than a useful feature. If you still want this feature, there are plenty of apps you can download that will limit the max volume of your device as ...
First of all, G2 should be D80X, the 85X is the G3 line.
I am an owner of G2 on CM12.1, and I never had any problems regarding speed. It was always fluent without any hiccups.
You can try to hibernate apps using Greenify.
You can rollback to a previous ROM version/nightly because the current may have bugs
Apps that slow down the phone usually also drain ...
You don't need to Downgrade the version of the phone's firmware,You just need an working method to root your device, Since all the "One-Click-Script" ways doesn't work for you, We'll go the Classic way, Just follow this guide,
Download the ROOT package from HERE
Enable ADB debugging
Go to Settings > About Phone > Software Information and tap ...
Open your Google app (not chrome).
On the new screen press "settings"
You should see "google assistant" and "voice", press "voice"
Press "voice match" under the"ok Google" section.
You have finally reached the screen you need. Here turn of the setting "access with voice match"
After long testing and trying out all the custom roms and kernals , I gave the phone to the service center and they found the problem to be with battery due to water damage.
I have no clue why it is so , since The battery was giving me easily 1 day charge.
I replaced the battery and now its not getting restarted .
Thanks everyone for the help and ...
Make sure "ok Google" detection is on for every screen. Do this by opening the Google app, navigate to settings > voice > "ok Google detection" and make sure the "from any sceen" option is enabled. Hopefully this solves your problem.
It seems that LG removed the entry to the setting on LG G3. Whether it's accidental or not, it's unclear.
There are many reports stating the same issue:
on LG G3 Sub-Reddit
I have an app that asks me to go to "Apps with Usage Access". The app instructions tell me to go here: "Settings >> General >> Security >> Apps that access Usage Data". I am not ...
The problem was that the back video camera was set to record in 4K resolution.
The fix for the video camera issue is:
Go to the default camera app.
Swipe from the left to see the "Camera" "Video" Menu, on the bottom right corner the is a gear icon, press it to go to camera settings.
Go to resolution and quality and change the back camera video quality to ...
No, you are not the only one. Following the steps below did the trick for me (taken originally from here):
1 - Download the 'Windows Mobile Device Center' (current version is
6.1) which you can download it here for 32-bit OS or here for 64-bit OS. This works for both Vista and Windows 7. I've tried it on both.
2 - Install the downloaded software ...
The app that makes calls to this site from my phone is the "Sprint Connections Optimizer" which is my phone company's network spy. If your service provider is Sprint then this is definitely your problem. It was tracking all my wi-fi connections in hopes of creating a dynamic map of networks to the benefit of Sprint, from which to steal bandwidth rather than ...
Do you have an app installed called 'Hotspot Login Assistant'? It appears as though it could be related to an app that attempts to log you into hotspots automatically.
I've found several sites on the safemovedm.com domain which imply that this is caused by 'Hotspot Login Assistant'.
Login to your email on the Web. Check Settings > Options . There might be an option such as "Connect Devices & Apps with POP". Ensure that this is set to Enable.
I had the same issue when setting up a Windows Live email on an LG G3. Once the POP setting was Enabled, the email email account set up worked fine.
If they are "too far off", it might cause problems with certificates – which then either appear "not yet valid" (with your date too far in the past), or "no longer valid" (with your date too far in the future). Most Google components such as Playstore, Gmail, Sync, use secure communications, and thus rely on certificates.
check the /etc/...