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LG loves the KnockCode feature, which allows users to set various patterns for unlocking and waking up their phone, and has been pushing it to various devices over the past few weeks. Today, KnockCode is making its way to Sprint’s variant of the LG G2, adding yet another carrier variant to the list of variants that now have the feature available. ...

This is the first part of our Sprint HTC One M7 Problems and Solutions series and there could be more posts like this to follow. The problems I cited here were raised by our readers who emailed us. All of them are minor except for one that I, too, can’t explain–the Play Store 403 error. Please browse through this post if you are an HTC One M7 owner under Sprint and currently bugged with a problem or two. If you think your problems weren’t addressed in this post, feel free to email us at [email protected] so we...

Sprint users were able to purchase the LG G3 ahead of schedule last week. And those lucky users who managed to get their hands on the device can now be on the lookout for a new update which brings the WiFi calling feature on board. The Android version remains unchanged (Android 4.4.2), but the addition of WiFi calling is big news nonetheless. Using this new feature, users will be able to make calls using WiFi networks, thus saving a fortune on standard cellular costs. The G Flex which was launched late last year, is also getting the...

Sprint is now rolling out the Android 4.4.3 update for its variant of the HTC One M8. It’s odd that the carrier is rolling out the update given that Android 4.4.4 is the latest version of Android which was only recently rolled out to Nexus and GPE devices. Google quickly realized that Android 4.4.3 left an OpenSSL based vulnerability open, which led to Android 4.4.4 almost immediately following suit. Hopefully, Sprint and HTC will work on a fresh update making users less vulnerable to any bugs. Sprint is also touting the arrival...

We’ve already published two parts of our HTC One M8 Problems and Solutions series and now we’re receiving even more emails asking for help. Honestly, I didn’t expect to receive a lot of emails from owners of the phone considering its quality and stability but I was wrong; the phone also has its share or problems and errors. But the good thing is that all of the problems we received are minor and many of them can be fixed by simply changing a setting or two in the phone. But regardless of how complicated your problem...

The Sprint version of the LG G3 was expected to be up for pre-order today with formal availability starting next week. But the carrier has jumped the gun and made the device available through its website. Its listing for the smartphone suggests that the device is available and in stock across the U.S., so if you’ve been waiting to get the handset from Sprint, wait no further. Shipping will still take a few days however, so you might have to wait until the beginning of next week to get your hands on the device. But that’s...

Sprint has just launched a new WiFi hotspot/projector combo called the LivePro. It runs Android out of the box, which should offer users the versatility to project a wide range of content without breaking a sweat. It’s a very unique concept and one which has been tried in the past before. It has a small display where users will be able to operate the device, with what looks like a regular Android home screen. Pricing has been set at $450 outright or $18.75 per month for two years. The projector on the device is capable of showing...

The Sprint version of the LG G Flex smartphone has started receiving a new update which brings WiFi calling on board. Other additions to the update include bug fixes and a new HD Voice icon. The update changes the software version to ZV7 and brings forth some nifty bug fixes as well. Prominent among those is pertaining to SMS and overall security, which is listed as Google Patch in the changelog. Users will not see any major differences as far as usability is concerned, but the aforementioned changes are plenty to interest owners of the...