Bob has an LG G5 Android phone and his battery life is really bad. He was thinking about resetting it, just in case there's something running in the background that's wearing it down. Leo says that after two years, it could be that the battery is worn out to the point that it's time to replace it. The good news is, the G5 has a removable battery. But what about his authenticators? Will they stay enabled when he resets? Leo says probably not. They may have to be reenabled.
Manny has an LG G5 smartphone and the timer pops up telling him how long he's been on a call. It annoys him. Leo says it has to be an LG feature because that's not a normal Android function. There has to be a setting in the menu settings to disable that, so he should check there.
Von wants to know if the Panasonic Toughbook is legit. Leo says they're not only legit, they're MilSpec, which is the toughest standard there is. The tradeoff is that they're pretty heavy. One alternative is the Dell XPS. It's not nearly as durable as a toughbook, but it's a solid laptop. Just don't drive over it.
Gordon's Samsung Galaxy S5 is about 1 1/2 years old. The battery life is terrible now, and it's really sluggish. Leo says that at this point, a factory reset is the best bet in getting the phone back to its original configuration. Think of it as a spring cleaning.
LG announced their new G5 mobile phone which not only allows for swappable batteries, but also an expansion slot to add other devices directly into it. Leo says that we can't really call them phones anymore -- they're much more than that.