LG G3 QuickCircle Case

The LG G3 QuickCircle Case is a fun little accessory that both protects your phone and gives you a bit of extra functionality via that porthole in the front. And with a tap and a swipe, you can easily go from seeing what time it is to using a few apps with the case still closed.

By default, LG loads you up with a handful of app shortcuts. But you can pick and chose as you like.

Here, now, is how to change which apps appear on the LG G3 QuickCircle Case.

LG G3 Quick Circle Settings

This one's pretty easy, but it is a little buried in phone.

Go to the main Settings Menu, then find the "QuickCircle Case" section. Tap the "Select Apps" button. That'll bring up a list of the installed applications that can access the QuickCircle Case. Built in to the phone are camera, LG Health, Messaging, Music and Recent. If you don't want some of those apps to appear in the QuickCircle Case, just uncheck them. Note that as you add applications — like the Puppy Pop game for example, you will have to go back in and enable them here.

And that's it. Chose what you want, hide what you don't.

Be sure to check out our other LG G3 tips and tricks. And then swing by our LG G3 forums!


Reader comments

How to change apps on the LG G3 QuickCircle Case


How long until this is hacked to look like HAL and tied to Google Now (with wake up command included, of course) so that it can ACT like HAL?

I know, right?! Hopefully it won't be watching you constantly haha but it would be cool if you could just wake this up with the Google Now command, state your query, and have the HAL clone speak back the answer, all without having to even flip the cover open and with a killer, animated, spooky, glowing red bulb. Just for that I would even consider buying the phone haha

There are 2 versions, one with and one without wireless charging. The one without wireless charging is $50, the one with it is $60. Both are available in the US.

*Edit* Oops, this comment was meant for Mindstar, my bad!

Well, i got my wireless quick circle case for $30 with AT&T when purchasing it together with the phone. I think it was a great deal :)
Just that AT&T uses PowerMat format.. not Qi compatible =.=

It's a shame that there isn't a version, as of right now, of the original case that had both NFC and Qi charging. So stupid of American carriers to remove this function...

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I'm not interested in the front part though. I just want a wireless charging back plate.

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The person in the picture holding the G3 has small hands. It makes the G3 look bigger than it is.

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