06-29-2012 11:00:29 AM
07-07-2012 04:15:46 PM
07-20-2012 09:35:34 PM
The fact that AT&T locked the phone down (unrootable) does not bode well for us Nitro users. I've spent a lot of time on LG's forum, and they keep saying that the ICS update is ready, with lots of fixes. AT&T has it in there "lab" preparing it for release. I personally think that AT&T will NEVER release the update, hoping that desperate customers like us will buy one of their watered down ICS phones (HTC OneX/ Samsung Galaxy S3) instead. You know, the phones that should have quad core processors and gobs of memory,but have been downgraded to dual core for the sake of LTE. Think about It. If the Nitro had ICS, it would be a dual core LTE device with a 4.5 in. HD screen, very similar spec wise to the HTC OneX and the Galaxy S3. Oh, and it can be purchased off contract for under $300.00. I'm sure that wouldn't hurt sales for AT&T's newest LTE offerings. How sad is it when China Mobile offers better devices and more current os's than ALL the carriers in the United States?!
07-25-2012 10:07:50 AM
I was told by a upper level tech bout 2 weeks ago when I was having issues that ICS was planned to roll out at very end of July 2012. This tech likem e sounded like he knew what he was spekaing of. But he did say ya should start seeing the update pushed out at very end of this month. Now that was two weeks ago and we all know things change so who knows only time will tell.
07-31-2012 08:37:31 PM
i bought a lg nitro hd last december, im from colombia, when i arrive a my country and start the phone i had a surprise, ´security error¨pleased help meeee. i have tried restarting OS 4.0.3 but the phone no responding, the telephone dont accept flash mode... what i can do???? somebody whit this mistake??? thanks