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I miss Maplestory 2

I've played New World. Now I miss Maplestory 2. Here are my reasons: MS2 did not have any noticeable bugs after launch. MS2 fostered creativity via the personal realms where you can decorate your own space. MS2 had a working PVP which also can be toggled. MS2 had a simplified guild system which functions as a base for more possible activities. MS2 had random events where you can win. MS2 had quick dungeon raids which were not mind numbing. MS2 allows you to create multiple characters per server. MS2 had a distinct vivid voxel art on its right. MS2 had an overarching story that you follow regardless of what class you choose. MS2 had pets that could deal a bit of damage. MS2 had mounts which can fly too and did not make travel a chore. MS2 shut down its global servers on March 27, 2020. My crew and I played MS2 for at least a year until we reached the top. Although the flame died out when we were satisfied with our in-game progress, we never thought that it was a bad game. We may hav

LG Phones are Difficult for Technicians



LG smartphones are not so bad when in terms of using the device for your day-to-day operation compared to other brands but from a technician's perspective, they are difficult, why? You should have a good memory to memorize their secret codes so that you can enter their built-in diagnostic tool in the smartphone itself. LG's diagnostic tool has a long code and changes from phone to phone. Unlike Samsung, all the smartphones they have do share the same secret code to enter their diagnostic tool.

The reason I'm comparing LG to other brands is that as a technician who has access to official diagnostic tools for the big brands like Apple, Samsung, Huawei, and others, LG is lacking the effort on developing its diagnostic software. That means, they can tell you if a component is working or not but not in-depth.

In terms of repairability on their devices, it's very easy and it's comparable to other brands. Their flagship devices like LG G6 and above, I would say it can only take at least 10-15 minutes to finish a repair as long as you have all the proper tools needed to fix a device. 

I actually applaud LG for their uniqueness on their devices, unlike other brands, they are always trying to innovate. Look at the LG Wing, it is very unique and looks awesome, but those kinds of devices with a lot of ribbon cables can be damaged easily.

Now that LG has stopped manufacturing their parts or discontinued most of it for all their smartphones, it's getting harder and harder for the repair shops to order the OEM parts. Hopefully, the aftermarket manufacturers will still support their old devices just for the sake of fixing the broken device that the consumers still have.

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