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If you own the AT&T or Verizon branded LG G3 and have been looking for an easy and convenient method to root the device, your wait is finally over thanks to XDA user DroidModderX. The renowned XDA developer has posted the complete root procedure on YouTube as well as XDA. This particular method requires a Windows running computer and the usual suite of device drivers to go through smoothly. It is currently the easiest method we’ve come across and should barely take a few minutes to complete. The root method allows users to...

A new revelation has found that the AT&T branded LG G3 uses wireless charging of a different standard altogether, making the conventional Qi based wireless chargers you have pretty obsolete. While the Verizon, Sprint and T-Mobile models use the Qi based back covers, the AT&T model makes use of the PMA standard wireless charging which the carrier is pushing with many of its devices. The only supplier of PMA standard charging stations at the moment is Duracell, which also struck a deal with Starbucks not too long ago to bring these...

This post provides support for AT&T Galaxy S4 owners who emailed us. While we already published more than 20 parts of our S4 support series, we feel obliged to respond to our readers who spent time writing emails and describing their problems. Since we received thousands of emails already, you can expect to be reading a lot of posts like this in the future. For those who have problems with their phones, we are always open for you. Feel free to email us at [email protected] and provide as much information as possible for us to...

A few months ago, LG announced a trio of new, more affordable tablets. One of the models is the LG G Pad 7.0 and according to Evleaks, an LTE variant will be launching on AT&T. The LG G Pad 7.0 has a 7″ screen with a resolution of 1,280 by 800, a 1.2 GHz quad-core Snapdragon CPU, and 1 GB of RAM running on Android 4.4 KitKat. The Wifi variant runs for $150, so with LTE there will probably be a price increase, at least off-contract. When the LTE variant is released, would you be interested in it? Source: Evleaks ...

HTC’s ever popular midrange offering, the Desire 610, will finally make its way to the U.S. on the 25th of July via AT&T. The smartphone will cost $199.99 without a contract, which is a remarkable price for a midrange offering of this caliber. Customers can also choose to get the device via AT&T Next at $8.34 per month for a period of two years if paying up front isn’t your thing. Either way, the Desire 610 from AT&T is easily the best smartphone you can buy at the price range, especially for a KitKat running...

AT&T has started selling the 8 inch variant of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 through its online store starting today. This is Samsung’s midrange tablet belonging to the ever popular Galaxy Tab 4 series and has already been available through a variety of carriers in the U.S. AT&T stores will start selling the device from the 25th of July. You will have to shell out $369.99 if you’re getting the tablet up front or $18.50 in 20 monthly installments. You can also get the device on a 2-year contract for $269.99. Either way,...

This is our first part of AT&T Galaxy Note 3 Problems and Solutions series. Based on the number of emails we received each day, I’m sure there will be more of this to follow. There were 8 problems I addressed in this post and all of them were from AT&T subscribers. However, your Note 3 was from other carriers or generic, you may want to browse our Note 3 series instead as we’ve already answered hundreds of questions from our readers. You can also email us via [email protected] and tell us your Android problems....

The AT&T version of the LG G3 was officially announced by the carrier yesterday. The device will be officially available for purchase in-store and online from the 11th of July. AT&T is now taking pre-orders for the smartphone as well, starting at $199.99 with a two year contract. Alternatively, users can get the smartphone off contract for $579.99 or pay the price in 20 monthly installments of $29 each courtesy of AT&T Next. T-Mobile also announced pre-orders for the smartphone last week with availability slated to commence...