Again, it's not Sprint's fault if you didn't get insurance. Any carrier is going to tell you the same thing. And all major carriers have the same crappie insurance.
Again, the device will get fixed by LG under warranty. It would not have cost Sprint anything to help with getting my device fixed. To make the process easier, other than just saying "Well, you haven't been giving us $11 a month so we can't do anything for you. Good luck dealing with LG." I mean, you'd think that being a customer for close to 10 years would mean something. But fine, OK, I get it, no insurance means no fix.
a class action lawsuit against sprint for a update that is pushed from LG? their phone their issue to fix..all sprint can do is work with them to try and get it resolved..but its still up to LG to actually get it done
The GPS issue exists because of the upgrade to 4.4, because not only did it happen on my LG G2, but also my Note 2.
Hopefully, others with the same problem can get it fixed, I gave up, sold the G2 and got a G3. Although bigger than the G2, it works well. Oh and the GPS works.
lol yah i kind of figured..wont be the first nor last time a OTA botches something up with a device lol.
correct..the other carriers use the same people..
I hear you. I have the exact same Issue. I was on a work trip, and the GPS was working pretty good. While on travel, an update was pushed to my phone, immediately after that the GPS was crap. When you are in a different state that you are not familiar with all that well, it's extremely frustrating.
Continuously looses GPS signal within google maps. I've tried different map programs such as waze, scout, etc. I've tried GPS status and tool.
I've had my wives iphone and my phone both do GPS navigation side by side, and never once did my wives iphone loose GPS signal.
It's extremely frustrating issue. I'm at the point where I'm just going to switch over to t-mobile just so I can get a different type of phone, and let T-mobile pay to break my contract. Never again will I get an LG.