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The Best LG G2 Feature No One Talks About

17 Responses to “The Best LG G2 Feature No One Talks About”

  1. Pingback: LG OSP für das G2 & andere Geräte: WhatsApp und Co. am Computer nutzen

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  3. This feature is awesome!!
    I’m connecting over WIFI, but after a few minutes of idle time, the connection is dropped.
    Why is that? :)

    • Goto the System Settings >> General >> PC Connection, you should find a check box for “on screen” option. If you don’t have it then you likely don’t have the feature on your phone.

  4. I recently enabled this feature (couldn’t get it to work over WiFi, have to connect via USB), but its awfully slow! It’s really laggy and sort of unusable, not smooth at all.

  5. Hey so i downloaded this on my pc, but when i try to connect to my phone it says i need to upgrade the OSP software on my computer? how do i do that ?

  6. Verizon G2, linked to win8.1 easy. But cannot finish because it is asking for a password. Did anyone else have this issue? If so, what password did you enter if no password was ever set up?

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  1. Shel Braithwaite said: (on November 25, 2013 @ 10:58 am)

    Awesome hey...see Life is Good! lol

    • Kuwaitiful said: (on November 25, 2013 @ 12:21 pm)

      lol that Life is Good ringtone is so annoying, Life got Better when I changed the ringtone.

  2. Afraz Khan said: (on November 26, 2013 @ 07:22 am)

    Awesome

  3. Qusai T. Sabuwala said: (on November 25, 2013 @ 08:09 am)

    samsung has it too!!

    • Kuwaitiful said: (on November 25, 2013 @ 08:20 am)

      I havent heard or seen anyone having a Samsung use it, whats the feature called?

    • Qusai T. Sabuwala said: (on November 25, 2013 @ 08:21 am)

      its, phone screen sharing..but then i guess its only if you have a samsung laptop, which i do.

    • Kuwaitiful said: (on November 25, 2013 @ 09:53 am)

      Thats a huge disadvantage, this LG feature works with any windows device, and if you have parallel works on MACs too.

    • Qusai T. Sabuwala said: (on November 25, 2013 @ 09:54 am)

      ill just have to try this with my phone on another windows laptop and check if it works. I have never really used it, as it doesnt really make any sense :P

    • Kuwaitiful said: (on November 25, 2013 @ 12:20 pm)

      I get a lot of notifications from a variety of apps and it gets annoying having to check my phone every minute. Instead I get notifications directly on my desktop and have the ability to respond back from my desktop as well.

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