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LG G Pad 8.3
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Google started rolling out the Android 5.1 update to the LG G Pad 8.3 not too long ago. However, if you’re not able to download the update from Google’s servers for some reason, you can now do so by grabbing the official OTA download links containing the update. The LG G Pad 8.3 is one of
Must resist the urge to buy Android gear prior to the ceremonial holiday shopping season kickoff. You must do it. No matter how badly you may need a new phone or tablet, or how lucrative early deals on various retailers may look. They’re nothing compared to what’s coming, and savings currently offered are peanuts. Black
Stacking up on LTE-enabled gear for the cold season and would love to have something left in your bank accounts at the end of the holiday shopping season? Don’t want to make the choice between a spanking new Android tablet and food, as you’re afraid you’ll die of starvation playing Temple Run 2? Then maybe
It has been a while since the LG G Pad 8.3 hit the markets. And as the demand for the tablet diminishes, it’s common to see retailers offering attractive discounts. Newegg has done something similar today by waiving $125 off the asking price of the G Pad 8.3, bringing the price down to just $224.99.
Verizon’s variant of the LG G Pad 8.3 has started receiving the Android 4.4.2 update, long after the unlocked variants started getting the update. It fixes some of the plaguing issues pertaining to server connectivity as well as media playback through the speakers. This is in addition to the customary Android 4.4.2 related changes such as new
Verizon is currently giving away a free LG G Pad 8.3 LTE or a $200 credit that’s good for purchasing other tablets with all new FiOS orders. FiOS is Verizon’s fiber-optic network that combines internet, phone and TV services – if you register for a connection before July 19th, you will receive a certificate for
After timidly trying its hand at tablets for the first time in eons with the compact-but-punchy G Pad 8.3, LG seems to have found its footing in the ever-growing, ever-competitive market, feeling secure enough to turn the G Pad from a one-off affair into a family of devices. Made official teased a couple of days
The LG G Pad 8.3 tablet was expected to get the Android 4.4 update sometime in Q2 and it seems like the manufacturer has already made up its mind to roll out the update. Initially, devices in Europe reported getting an update notification but it now seems like American variants of the tablet are getting
After a dreadfully sluggish start to Android 4.4 KitKat updates, LG has all of a sudden cranked up its software support efforts, bringing the G2 up to date internationally as well as in South Korea, Canada and on AT&T and T-Mobile US. They’ve also began rolling out KitKat for their OG Optimus G Pro and
The original LG G Pad 8.3 with only Wifi was released a few months back, with a Google Play Edition shortly following it. Now, if you want Verizon, you’ll be able to get an LTE model of the G Pad 8.3. On March 6th, you’ll be able to either walk into a Verizon and
Google’s newly launched Google Play editions of the LG G Pad 8.3 and the Sony Z Ultra are beginning to receive an update to Android 4.4.2, ending their rather short stay on Android 4.4. The OTA is now pushing to both devices, bringing them up to build number KOT49H – it’s a 52 MB update
The Google Nexus 8 may have already gotten its Bluetooth certification, according to new speculations. The rumor stems from a fresh listing on the Bluetooth Certification database. Such database shows a device identified as the LG-V510. LG Electronics, as pert the listing, filed the application for the certification, and the device was listed just a