Thanks for the post. I tried it and programmed all the selections using 13 QCELP for all the 3 options. It eliminated all the noises when talking on the phone on my LG G2. It seems to work here in Maryland. Of course, I have just used it a few times calling a landline and a cell phone, the cell phone being with Verizon also. I hope this works for all of us.
Thanks for starting this blog. It fixed my lg g2. On mine, it was really clear, whether it's a landline or cell. The battery consumption was the same. Verizon nor lg was no help. Everything on this phone works well, using the call feature a lot for 2 days. I did not jear any static, popping or crackle in the background. In quiet passages, tjere is a very faint noise. I don't know if anybody else's phone got fixed. Thanks again
Just add me to the list of the very disappointed LG G2 owners. First I am disappointed that a phone with this level of technology can't even place a reasonable phone call. Secondly, I am more disappointed at the lack of response by Verizon Wireless. If I wasn't tied into my contract with the tablet, I would leave this service right now. It is unfortunate that the LG G2 has such phone problems since all of the other functions have operated flawlessly. I am experencing the same unexplained "noise" on the line. I tried the "work-a-round". I wouldn't call it a fix. Unfortunately it didn't completely resolve the issue. If Verizon or LG would acknoledge the problem and a possible solution, I would risk keeping the phone. Now a new decision, Droid Maxx or Note 3. Decisions. Decisions.