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Please consider upgrading to a newer device by logging in to My Verizon, or visit the LG site for support or the Verizon Community where you can post your question to find answers. The devices no longer supported include the following: 4G LTE USB Modem VL600; Enact™ by LG; LG Accolate™ LG Ally™ LG Chocolate® LG Chocolate 3; LG Chocolate.
Open your LG phone, select "Settings" > "Backup & reset", then click "LG Backup service" or "Restore from backup". Step 2. Select "Personal data backup", then you can select the type of data to be restored, such as contacts, SMS, MMS and multimedia files. If you only need to restore SMS, then just check "Text Messages" and click "Next" to begin ...
This resulted in phones like the LG G7 ThinQ, the LG V40 ThinQ, and the horribly named LG V50 ThinQ 5G. Thankfully, the LG Velvet did not come with the ThinQ moniker attached. It looks like LG ...
Here’s how you can find out. Look For the Model On the Phone Itself The first thing you should try is looking on the phone itself to see if the model number is printed there, so start by flipping your phone over. If you’re running a Samsung or LG handset, there’s a good chance the model is listed right there on the back. Pretty simple!
SocialCatastrophe wrote: Go to settings → Apps/notifications -> app info -> three dots -> Show System -> com-lge-ims-rcsprovider -> storage. Force stop and clear data. This has fixed the issue for my mother’s v20. At least for now. At least it
6. 6 MB/s. 8. 8 MB/s. 10. 10 MB/s. The 'Class' number directly reflects the minimum write speed of the card. However, top-quality cards can run much faster than this, with some of the best ones out there clocking read speeds up to 95 MB/s. One such card is the SanDisk Extreme Pro, which can be picked up for $33 at Amazon.com.