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My LG G3 just died and I can’t get it to work at all. I’m thinking it’s a hardware problem. (There’s no response whatever I do. I took out the battery, held the power button for 15 seconds and popped the battery back in. Nothing. I tried holding the power button and down volume buttons. Nothing. I’ve tried all three of my spare batteries. Nothing. I’ve tried charging it for several hours. Nothing.)Anyhoo, I decided to start looking for another phone.The things I like about my G3 that died:Headphone jack. FM radio app that’s acutally a radio. Being able to change batteries. I have one app that is Android only.I can’t seem to find a phone with FM radio and changeable batteries. I think the LG Aristo 5 should work for me, but I don’t know what I’m not getting with a more expensive phone.Any suggestions or am I on track?
Does anyone understand what's supposed to be such a big deal about the new cars with built-in WiFi? I presume that this is a service to which you have to subscribe and pay a big monthly fee. My wife often likes to use her iPad when we travel. I just kick on my T-Mobile hotspot and let her surf. We never get near my tethering limit. I wonder why T-Mobile doesn't point in their advertising that you don't need a WiFi car if you have T-Mobile's Hotspot feature.
Hey there! I am working on compiling a list of domains to be "whitelisted" so they don't get caught in our moderation filter.If there are any domains you feel would be helpful added, let me know and I'll work to get them in there so posts don't get caught up in moderation so often! 😊 -Lauren
With the corona virus disrupting lives of countless americans every day it's time telecoms step up and do away with data caps, data throttling and limits on texts and calls on ALL plans. People are going to have to be on their devices more than ever now with people working and doing school from home and people staying in contact with friends and loved ones in quarantine. A good gesture is to do away with the aforementioned restrictions. I know most plans are "unlimited" but a throttling over 50 gigs (or whatever limit depending on plan/carrier) is in fact a data cap/limitation. Are kids supposed to stay up til the wee hours to do school work so they are not doing it during times they would be throttled? Will families have to allocate time of day for members to be online as to not slow down speeds? Some of these things can't be helped (reception etc) but telecoms need to do their part here. As a T Mobile customer I'm looking to my telecom to step up and be the first. I ask all customers
I used to get regular security patches on my S9 with no problem. For the past few weeks, all I get is a spinning wheel followed by a "Can't connect to T-Mobile update service" message. T-Mobile phone help pushed me off to Samsung (even though I told them I have no difficulty connecting to Google's update servers for my Android apps). Samsung told me to go to one of their authorized repair shops for a complete "flash" restart. The repair shop did this (and it took me hours to get my phone back in working order), but the very next day I once again could not reach the T-Mobile update server. For now, I have no way of knowing if I will be able to download an update even if T-Mobile gets around to it.
Today is National Cereal Day (which should be every day in my book) and we wanted to celebrate by getting a better idea of what type of cereals our users enjoy. Are you a Frosted Flakes aficionado? I heard they're GR-R-REAT! Maybe you're a Lucky Charm-er, a Grape Nut nut, or a fan of bran -- we won't judge (too much). Or maybe you have a special way of fixing up your bowl of cereal. Either way, join the conversation.I'll start us off!Years ago I used to enjoy fruity cereals such as Froot Loops or Fruity Pebbles with orange juice. Don't worry I'm no longer in that phase. I now enjoy Honey Nut Cheerios and usually snack on them dry.
I am searching for a new provider. The data breach included my information. Shame on TMobile for not protecting my information. They are responsible and need to own it. They sent an email about 1 year of Apple TV, but that is dependent upon ones rate plan. Evidently, there is some kind of caste system where TMobile values only certain customers. The lack of ownership about the data breach, and the insincere remedy for damaged customers has gone too far. Whoever is running this company should also step down if they have not already. I’m done with TMobile.
Just a word of caution with this service! I can say that I have never been so disappointed in an educational service before. I signed up for the 4 week free course and found out that the course is actually 5 months long. You can only take two lessons a week and you have to designate a specific day and time that you will take each lesson. They then will charge you $70 a month after the first four weeks. They will also throw a ton of up-sells at you. I was not happy with this platform so I went to cancel the subscription. This is where it gets insane. They will not let you cancel!!!!!You can go to your account page on the site and choose the option to cancel. Then it takes you through 5 page chains of why you should stay. At the end of this chain you are advised to call the number provided to cancel. You call the number and a new chain begins, this time you have to listen to why you should not give up on your goals and should stay with them. At the end of this menu chain they advise you
Hey there T-Mobile Community!As you can see by the video, the force is strong with T-Mobile. In the spirit of May the 4th, we want to find out definitively what the best mainline Star Wars movie is, and we'll need your help to get there. Charge your lightsaber, check your midichlorian levels, and lock s-foils into attack position, because we're going in. So what's your favorite?Episode VI: A New HopeEpisode V: The Empire Strikes BackEpisode VI: Return of the Jedi Episode I: The Phantom MenaceEpisode II: Attack of the ClonesEpisode III: Revenge of the SithEpisode VII: The Force AwakensEpisode VIII: The Last JediEpisode IX: The Rise of Skywalker (You already know it's gonna be the best)
Hi did anyone just get a text from this number 347-990-5263 saying Hi good day wonderful T-Mobile user! T-mobile network is giving out 700$ to all users! as a compensation of the bad network during the covid 19 crisis. Please text Mr. Cole at (805) 429-8992 to claim your funds now! ????I’m not responding especially because it came in at 2:26 am thanks
For a long time I had been using third-party speed test and coverage map apps. I believe that a plausible suggestion to add a feature to the my T-Mobile app that would allow for speed test and Signal test coverage would be beneficial to helping map out the current coverage map. I have found many areas where there is coverage where there shouldn't be and vice versa. This information would go directly to Tmobile instead of third-party app services and would be a more direct link to better updating practices.
Hello everyone. I've been using a galaxy note 10+ for about two months. When people try to call me from a cell phone they get an error message "the subscriber is not in service." And my phone will still ring! Doesn't seem to to effect land lines. Just visited the store and a rep called support to file a ticket. We also completed a warranty exchange. We also swapped my sim into other phones and the problem followed. He also changed the sim, reset network settings and cleared call forwarding. Really need this to be resolved Asap.Also when calling into care they hang up on me!
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