LG G series seem to be plagued with problems. My G3 finally gave in to the notorious boot loop issue after 1.5 years of use. Frustrating when you don't have a decent back-up phone.Update on LG G5:
Got a new screen installed and glass screen protector for $115. I haggled for the $5 discount.
Update on the LG G4:
No more speakerphone issues.
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I've got a S7 that keeps taking itself out (requiring Odin to repair every time). The first time I think it was an update, 2 or 3 other times it was taking a picture that caused it to crash and boot loop. Trying Oreo this time to see if that is any better. Likely giving up on this phone soon.Giving Samsung a shot now.
I had a Note 3 in service until last fall (working with no critical problems [usb jack was crap so it needed wireless charging] but getting new phones reduced the monthly bill). It now sits around the house as a spare media device. I looked at it last week and the original battery had seriously puffed up. $20 and it's back in business. With a built in battery, that is probably a death sentence for an old device. It's not worth the investment when you have a reasonable potential to break it.If I can't rescue my Note 5 I am probably looking at an LG G5 or V20, the last of the flagship phones with a removable battery
Maybe I'll take the pic with my old WP and use that.I don't know your phone but I often see Image size or Image quality options in the settings which will make it a smaller size file. I often use Windows Paint (after putting the pictures onto my computer) to resize my images (and crop). It's part of the Window XP to 10 family OS. It's basic software but wasn't hard for me to figure out. GL.