LG called zPlay, just not as good as any other options.
When I upgraded (before I rooted) the baseband was updated to XXUGNG1, but since then (even before I rooted) my signal isn't as good. What I'm looking for is to know what the modem/baseband version was before XXUGNG1 and where I can download a copy.
I do hop they don't integrate it in to Gmail and make it compulsory!
The event will feature clips of Joan along with unseen photographs and a Q&A session with the author. There will also be a signing session during the course of the evening.
(The first half of the event is open to members of the public).
- The Family Guy Game
- New Words With Friends
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