A year ago, I bought my first Android tablet.
At first, I thought it was the one with a crappy webcam and a crappy screen.
Then I discovered that the tablet also had a terrible camera.
That camera, it turns out, was an LG V20 camera that could only capture photos of its own screen.
I used it as a video capture device and never bothered to switch back to the regular camera app, which I was also never able to use.
LG V40 is the only device in the Nexus family that’s the only Android tablet I’ve ever bought, but it wasn’t long before I started to notice a weird pattern.
The screen was terrible, the camera was terrible and the speakers were terrible.
I’ve since been using the Nexus 5X more and more as my primary Android device.
The only thing that changed was that the camera is actually quite good.
LG’s V20 is a good camera, but only marginally so.
Here’s how to fix the V20’s problems.