Settings App Tab Default?

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  1. RyanPm40

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    Hi there,

    I just got my new LG G4, and I can't seem to find how to make my Settings app a "Tabbed" view by default. When I go into the app, hit menu, then Tab View, it actually opens a separate settings app in my multitasking. I see one list view app and one tab view app for settings when i hit the bottom right square. When i close out and open settings app again, it's still at List View. Is there a way to make tabbed the default?

    Also, I thought two finger pull was supposed to bring a huge thing of settings on your notification bar? I just get the same thing as if I pulled down with one finger. (Or am I confused, and this isn't an LG feature?)

    Thanks!
     
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    I don't know why your tabbed view isn't working the way you expect. It does on mine, but there is no 2 finger full menu that I'm aware of for the G4. All the recent Samsung phones I've seen did. You can scroll the menu right to left.
     
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    Huh, strange! Yeah, tabbed view opens if I hit the settings button in my notification bar, but it's always list view if I just open the settings icon i dragged over to my homescreen. It's almost like the app icon for it is just a shortcut to list view. I did get an update as soon as I got the phone.. wondering if something in that broke things?

    Also, I'm noticing when I unlock my phone, I can't tap an app on my homescreen right away; I have to actually wait for the "home, back, multitask" button row's animation to complete. Has anybody else noticed this and know of a solution? I tend to be really speedy with typing and tapping things. I'd rather just have my home buttons be there IMMEDIATELY when i unlock, without any pretty animation of them coming up from the bottom.
     
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    Example video of unlock lag:



    Would you say this is normal or abnormal behavior?
     
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    I'm not seeing that delay. I'm thinking a background app is trying to catch up.
     
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    Yeah idk, this still seems to happen if no apps are running :\. It's been happening since I got it yesterday. Pretty disappointed, I've been getting the missed taps users have talked about and keyboard lag- looks like thats $35 lost for the restocking fee if I want to return it, on top of what I already spent on the case and protector >_<

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    Strangely, I just noticed this lag doesn't appear when using a PIN to unlock. Only when swiping. Weird... almost like the unlock animation causes a delay, like the phone has to wait for the bubble effect to be completely gone before starting the animation on the lower buttons? I also noticed that it's just as slow, if not slower, when booted into Safe Mode.
     
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