LG G3 software update - version LS990ZVF
Since this update was received, my G3 will not connect to WiFi. The WiFi button shows it "scanning" but when I go into WiFi settings, it shows WiFi as "off" and will not let me turn it on. I have done a factory reset and restore and still no luck. This started the day I received the update, immediately following a reboot of the phone.
It looks like a number of LG G3 owners are having a "No SIM card" problem following this update - see:
Is this a known issue?
I've also noticed that there doesn't seem to be a RDF document for ls990ZVF - this URL gives a 404:
The ZVE link works, and "/latest" is still ZVE:
Not sure if this is related at all.
This updated when to my phone either Sunday night or some time Monday morning. Ever since Monday afternoon I'm having issues with my phones screen flickering and then slowly fading to black or the screen will just shut off and you can't turn it back on for a couple of mins. I have already tried doing a factory reset on the phone and it's still happening.
Do you know if a fix for this issue is going to be rolled out? I remember something like this happening around June of July 2015 when a update was pushed out. Thanks!
Same issue here. I didn't notice that it started happening right after an update, but it may have. Been about two weeks for me.
Thank you for your generous willingness to help! If I may bug you for a little clarification... It sounds like your're saying I should do the following sequence of steps:
Please correct me if I'm wrong. Also, since these are all steps I've never done before, I'm a little clueless as to how to do them. Do you have recommended tools? Keep in mind that installing new apps may be problematic for me as I don't have wi-fi connectivity right now. 🙂
Now, you said I should "run the partition wipe for a while to see if anything has changed". I assume that the wipe displays its progress and status as it runs. What should I do if it does detect that "something has changed"? Abort the whole process?
From the latter part of your comment I take it that this is more of an LG problem than a Sprint problem. If that's the case, should I/we stop bothering Sprint to provide a resolution?