LG solves miserable bootloop problems with LG G7 via update

LG has worked hard on a solution for the LG G7 ThinQ. The device ended up in a boat run for many users from the weekend. This happened after an update, which hit the G7 in combination with T-Mobile. There is now a definitive solution.


V10p update for LG G7

Good news for those who own an LG G7 ThinQ. For the telephone, an update is now being rolled out in the Netherlands to solve the bootloop problems with the device. From the weekend many messages were reported about duped users of which their device only started up. The combination of LG G7 and the T-Mobile network affected almost all users. There was a problem between the software of the provider and the software of the phone, German media reported.

Now there is a definitive solution in the form of an update. Yesterday we wrote in the article that there was an interim solution, where users could download an update via LG Bridge (via the computer). An OTA update is now offered via the device. Because the phone in combination with a T-Mobile SIM card keeps itself up, it is advisable to start the phone without a SIM card. No data is lost when updating. DroidApp reader Eric let us know that the update will bring security update November .

T-Mobile says that devices can still be offered for repair, to correct the error through them, and in most cases it is not possible to delete the data. G7s with the bootloop problem will be handled as a priority The first aircraft that were offered for repair are already on their way to the owner, T-Mobile says

The update for the LG G7 ThinQ is offered version number V10p Possibly you can manually check for updates in the menu with settings If you do not receive an update, it is advisable or wait a bit or register with T-Mobile for repair.

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