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Re: LG G2

Posted: Thu Nov 14, 2013 8:42 am
by irm
Thanks for your answer.

Yes I tried it. Sometimes I do see the data connection symbol for a few seconds, but I immediately get a message somewhat like "ip negotiation failed...."

I filled in the access point "web.vodafone.de" at the DUN modem options in my car, anything else I have to take into consideration?

Thanks

Re: LG G2

Posted: Thu Nov 14, 2013 4:46 pm
by admin
I only remember that it was easy to connect, but that's already some time ago. The recent tests I made also failed, but I didn't further investigate. Maybe something changed in BlueDUN?

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Re: LG G2

Posted: Fri Nov 15, 2013 1:28 pm
by jmf
texdo wrote:Well, 2 days with G2 (D802), stock firmware, not rooted. The car is Audi A8 2010, MMI 3G+ with online services.
There is native rsap support. Everything works just fine - fast pairing and connection, phonebook transfer, phonecalls and internet.
irm wrote:RSAP does work out of the box! (Stock ROM 4.2.2 - D802, international version). 3G is also displayed.
Thanks for posting this! :) I was waiting for confirmation of SAP status in LG G2 and this information was really helpful.

Now also I can confirm that SAP works out of the box on LG G2 D802 (Android 4.2.2 - I really hope they continue the support in 4.4 which should be out any time now).

My only complain is that after the car is disconnected I'm forced to enter PIN again in the phone, which sucks. I disabled PIN requirement completely as the "workaround"...

Re: LG G2

Posted: Fri Nov 15, 2013 6:02 pm
by admin
This sounds exactly like the Xiaomi MI2... I guess both use the same SAP implementation made by Qualcomm. I also spotted the needed file in a Sony Xperia Z, but I guess Sony doesn't know what it is good for :lol:

So I'm quite sure that my app will work on the LG G2, in case someone is disappointed with the built-in rSAP ;)

Re: LG G2

Posted: Sat Nov 16, 2013 3:30 pm
by irm
LG2 with its terrible update policy will force people to root their phones and flash some AOSP builds then your Software is highly appriciated...

Re: LG G2

Posted: Mon Nov 18, 2013 7:42 am
by texdo
jmf wrote: My only complain is that after the car is disconnected I'm forced to enter PIN again in the phone, which sucks. I disabled PIN requirement completely as the "workaround"...
Never once had this bug, sim pin is always enabled.

Re: LG G2 with 4.4.2 Kitkat?

Posted: Thu Mar 20, 2014 10:03 am
by matzo
Obviously LG now rolls out 4.4.2 Android for G2.

- Can anyone confirm that the native rSAP support is still onboard with this update?
- What is the situation wit the SIM-PIN now? jmf reported that the onboard rSAP works fine only with disabled PIN?
- Is this app here running on the G2?

Thanks for updating me.

- matzo

Re: LG G2

Posted: Wed Apr 30, 2014 11:24 pm
by sea68
Hello, I would buy a lg g2, I have a rcd 510 in my vw golf, you know if the bt engages regularly without root?

Re: LG G2

Posted: Thu May 01, 2014 11:16 am
by admin
First of all the radio or nav system does not matter when it comes to phone compatibility, it's only the phone control unit. The G2 should happily connect with all VW phones, even with older "Premium" phones, because it supports rSAP out of the box. All other VW phone options use the "Handsfree" profile which is supported by every modern smartphone, even the iPhone.

In case you have problems with phonebook transfer, test my phonebook app ;)

Re: LG G2

Posted: Mon Jan 02, 2017 5:17 pm
by buchi86
When we can run the application on LG G2 D802 32GD with Android Lollipop?