How to Change Settings on Your LG Xpression Plus | AT&T Wireless

author AT&T Customer Care   2 month ago
123 views

0 Like   0 Dislike

How to install SD and SIM card into LG Stylo 4

Best quality SD Card - http://amzn.to/2zuYAXB In this video I will take you through to steps to install a SIM card and a SD card into a LG Stylo 4 All models: Also known as LG Q Stylo 4 Q710MS for MetroPCS; Cricket Things I use in this video - Camera: http://amzn.to/2DuPJbV - Microphone: http://amzn.to/2DWnDTV - Lighting Kit: http://amzn.to/2DqOKoI - Video Editor: http://www.kqzyfj.com/click-8541081-11245643

LG Phoenix Plus Unboxing & First Impressions

LG Phoenix Plus Unboxing & First Impressions!!! Like My Content? Subscribe for More!: http://www.youtube.com/c/TechRight?sub_confirmation=1 Social Media: Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/tech.right/ Twitter- https://twitter.com/techright101 Business Inquiries: techright267@yahoo.com

LG Phoenix Plus Water Resistance Test - Will it Survive?

Hi everyone this is a water Resistance test to see if the LG Phoenix Plus will survive. If you enjoyed this video please hit the thumbs up button and please SUBSCRIBE to the channel for more future videos✌ Track: Jim Yosef & Alex Skrindo - Ruby [NCS Release] Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds. Watch: https://youtu.be/Np-Y8ClGgRk Freed Download/ Stream: http://ncs.io/RubyYO

AT&T's Incredible Disaster Recovery Team: A Video Tour | Pocketnow

We all love smartphones. Without them, Pocketnow wouldn't exist, and my decades-old dream of living in Star Trek's universe of awesome pocketable gadgets would never have been realized. It's fair to say that everyone here -editors and readers alike- understands and appreciates smartphones and other connected devices. But sometimes we take our eye off the significance of the infrastructure supporting those devices. Sure, we take a peek at carrier equipment here and there, but too often the billions of dollars' worth of network hardware that enables our portable gadgets goes completely unappreciated. Unfortunately, it often takes a calamity, along with the associated disaster recovery efforts, to remind us that cellular networks are there - and they're not invulnerable to attack from either natural or man-made forces. That's where AT&T's Network Disaster Recovery Team comes in. When an earthquake, tornado, hurricane, or a man-made catastrophe damages or destroys part of that crucial communications infrastructure, this special division of the nation's second-largest carrier mobilizes to get the phones ringing and the modems chirping again. Since its inception, AT&T has poured over $600 million into the program, which today boasts over 320 self-contained mobile equipment trailers manned by an all-volunteer force of engineers and network technicians. These people train constantly to make certain they're ready to restore communications capability to an affected area as quickly as possible, and one of those training exercises is happening right now in Hartford, Connecticut. AT&T has for some time been eager to show off its network improvements, and the company was more than happy to show us around the training exercise as it unfolded next to Rentschler Stadium, just a little ways down the road from Pocketnow's Boston offices. We were given in-depth access to most of the over thirty pieces of equipment on-site, from SatCOLTS (Satellite Cell-sites On Light Trucks) to HAZMAT trailers to huge diesel generators and more, all of it driven from a secret location to Hartford in a massive convoy - a convoy whose lone purpose is to reconnect people following a major disaster. Other wireless carriers maintain network-recovery teams, but we haven't seen them up close. It's hard to imagine they'd miss the opportunity to boast about them if they matched the scale of AT&T's effort. We were given a stark reminder of the need for teams like the NDRT just yesterday, in the form of the devastating tornado that struck Oklahoma - and indeed, three members of the team flew from Hartford to the affected communities just this morning to do their job: repairing the network. To get a sense of just how crucial communications are to disaster management, how many resources it takes to restore them, and how dedicated AT&T is to doing so, watch our video tour above. And the next time you pull out your smartphone to check the feeds or text a friend, remember how much goes on behind the scenes to make it possible. Follow Michael: http://twitter.com/captain2phones Subscribe: http://bit.ly/pocketnowsub https://pocketnow.com Follow us: http://flipboard.com/@Pocketnow http://facebook.com/pocketnow http://twitter.com/pocketnow http://google.com/+pocketnow http://instagram.com/pocketnow About us: Pocketnow has been a key source of mobile technology news and reviews since its establishment in 2000. With offices on three continents, Pocketnow offers round-the-clock coverage of the mobile technology landscape, from smartphones to tablets to wearables. We aim to be your number-one source for mobile tech news, reviews, comparisons, and commentary. If you love mobile as much as we do, be sure to subscribe! AT&T's Incredible Disaster Recovery Team: A Video Tour | Pocketnow https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bJILzLhdCmU PocketNow https://www.youtube.com/pocketnow

Bypass/remove google account on all LG Phones | Unknown sources Greyed out | Latest 100 % Fixed

In this video tutorial I will show you how to delete/remove factory reset protection FRP on all LG phones like K7, K8, G4, G5, Stylo, V10 (Android 5.1.1 and 6.0 6.0.1). Use this method, if you get the message:"This device was reset. To continue, sign in with a Google Account that was previously synced on this device. This method was tested on LG k4 2017 but should also work on: - LG K8 - LG Phoenix 2 (AT&T) - LG K7 X210 (Europe); X210DS (Russia); MS330 (MetroPCS); - LG Tribute 5 LS675 (Boost Mobile) - LG V10 H960A (Europe); H900 (AT&T), H901 (T-Mobile), VS990 (Verizon) - LG Stylo - LG G4 H815 (EMEA), H815TR (Turkey), H815T (Hong Kong), H815P (LATAM, South Africa), H812 (Canada), H810 (AT&T), H811 (T-Mobile), LS991 (Sprint), VS986 (Verizon), US991 (US Cellular) - LG G5 H850 (Europe); LG G5 Speed H858 (Taiwan); VS987 (Verizon); H820 (AT&T); LS992 (Sprint); H830 (T-Mobile); US992 (US Cellular); Vodafone LG Tribute LS660... If you have any question please leave comments I will get back to you. If this was helpful please like and share this video. Please Subscribe to my Channel for more videos. ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Please follow me on Twitter, Google+ & Facebook. Google+ ---- https://plus.google.com/102372454250721379142 Twitter ----- https://twitter.com/phonerepairgsm Facebook ---- https://www.facebook.com/Phonerepairgsm-519699241701664/ Youtube ----- https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCtu8Sfhji0FQ-FYIQtFy-eA Youtube ----- youtube.com/c/phonerepairgsm ----------------------------------------------------------------------- New Method - Bypass Google Account (FRP) Protection on Android 7.1 - 7.0 on All Samsung https://youtu.be/Y9GzEUH136w bypass google account frp on blu phones https://youtu.be/RXzxRenfIgg bypass google account frp on motorola phones... https://youtu.be/hVinUl2s-Wo How to remove Samsung account without password on any version (New 2017) Fix !!! https://youtu.be/gZ1w6bAX9pU Samsung Galaxy S8 - How To Fix "Charging Paused - Battery Temperature Too Low" Error Latest 2017 Fix https://youtu.be/UGu4oouS6UY Bypass Google account FRP on BLU Phones | How to Bypass Google FRP on BLU Phone Latest 2017 Fix https://youtu.be/RXzxRenfIgg A new way to Bypass Google Account FRP on Motorola Phones | How to Bypass FRP on any Motorola Phone https://youtu.be/hVinUl2s-Wo New way to Bypass Google Account FRP on OnePlus 2 | How to Bypass Google Account on OnePlus2 Latest https://youtu.be/EOfbwL8fq8o Bypass/remove google account on all LG Phones | Unknown sources Greyed out | Latest 100 % Fixed https://youtu.be/dZhm1Ea6l54 Remove/Delete/Bypass All Samsung Google Account Lock (FRP) |How to Bypass FRP on Samsung Phones 2017 https://youtu.be/V6T2WvTcW7g

Learn how to change settings on the LG Xpression Plus. Learn more at: http://yt.att.com/3861949

#LGXpressionPlusSupport #ATTSupport #LGXpressionPlus

About AT&T Support:
Find support videos for all the latest and greatest AT&T products, devices, & services. Connect with AT&T online:
For additional support please visit us at: http://dtv.att.com/e499196
Find your answers on the Forums: http://dtv.att.com/210a85e7
Follow AT&T on Twitter: http://dtv.att.com/d5b919cf
Like AT&T on Facebook: http://dtv.att.com/dcac26bc
Follow AT&T on Google+: http://dtv.att.com/8c3c4fcf
Visit AT&T on our Website: http://dtv.att.com/4f86d936

How to Change Settings on Your LG Xpression Plus | AT&T Wireless

Settings Overview.
Notifications & Quick Settings:
To access notifications,
swipe down from the
Notification bar.
Notifications
will be displayed.
To access expanded
Quick Settings,
swipe down from the
Notification bar twice.
To edit the Quick Settings
menu, select "EDIT".
Select and drag the
desired Quick Settings icon
to the desired location.
When finished, select
the Checkmark arrow.
Swipe up to close.
Main Settings:
To access Main Settings,
swipe down from the
Notification bar,
then select the Settings icon.
You can also access from
the second Home screen.
Swipe left from the
second Home screen,
then select the Settings app.
Main Settings allow you to
adjust your device's features
to meet your
desired preference.
Here you will find adjustment
features such as notifications,
display, apps, software
updates and more.
If you cannot find what
you are looking for,
you can search
through Settings.
To search through
Settings,
select the Search icon at
the top of the screen.
Enter your desired search.
Then select the most
relevant result
to view and edit the
Settings as desired.
♪AT&T jingle♪

Comments for video: