If you’re into the LG G Watch R but want more calculating muscle and over the top download speeds than look no further. The LG G Watch R is on media once again with news on a possible release date.

According to the new reports by Wall Street Journal, the LG G Watch R will be launching in on October 14, which is just a couple of weeks away now.

The Android Wear-based smartwatch features a 1.3-inch circular P-OLED display, a stainless steel construction for the main unit, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 dual-core processor under the hood clocked at 1.2GHz, 512MB of RAM, 4GB of internal storage, and a 410mAh battery keeps the lights on.

Source: The Wall Street Journal

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The LG G2 is set to receive its second update from AT&T in just over two months , this one as build D80020y. The update is on the smaller side, but it still does manage to address two key items. The two items mentioned on the changelog include Google Security Patch and G Watch compatibility. Specifics for the update show it measuring in at 89.5 MB in size if you updated from D80020u.

Software update includes

  • APN update
  • Google Security Patch
  • LG Music Player App Update
  • G Watch compatibility  

Those who have yet to see the notification can try and force the update by heading to Settings -> General -> About phone -> Software update -> Update now.

Source AT&T

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Link2SD is an application that makes it easy for Android users with root on their phone to move applications to the MicroSD card’s second partition. Here is the a guide will show you how to use the Link2SD on your LG L70.

This is a step by step guide on how you can run Link2SD on your LG L70:

  1. Root your L70
  2. Install SDFix [Download]
  3. Power your phone off, remove the back case and pull out the SD card. Place it in a MicroSD>SD adaptor and put it in a computer. Partition it however you would like with two partitions. Be sure to backup any data on your SD card that might have been there, because this will erase everything on it.
  4. Place your SD card back in your phone and power the phone on. You should notice that the SD card mounts and will only see the FAT32 partition. This is normal.
  5. Install Link2SD [Download]
  6. On first run, Link2SD will ask you which filesystem you have for your Ext partition. If you partitioned with Ext2, select that. Select Ext3 if you chose to partition with that filesystem. Ditto for Ext4. It will create a mount script and give you a dialogue confirming that the mount script was created and placed in the proper place. If you see an error, you either selected the incorrect filesystem or you partitioned improperly.
  7. Once you get past that, you’ll see a list of all apps on the phone. Some of these apps cannot be linked to the SD card. A real quick way to see if they can be moved is if you see -Odex- next to the name. This usually means that it is a system app and cannot be linked.

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