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.
I will leave all of mine at 13QCELP and continue to monitor. It does seem better but I should know more by tomorrow.
Let us know if you see a difference in your battery life. Someone on one of the boards mentioned that they felt this settings was impacting battery life. Thanks!
btw, have you heard back from that guy in the Verizon Exec office?
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
I have confirmed this setting has not fixed my problem. I have not noticed any difference in battery life though. I have also not heard back from Verizon yet.
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.
I'm glad the "fix" worked for you. Let us know if the issue recurs.
<biting my tongue on a half a dozen snarky remarks I want to make about tech support following the lead of the execs... >