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Some LG G7 owners are reporting bootloops, but a fix is coming

By Hadlee Simons

The back of the LG G7 ThinQ.

  • Some LG G7 users are reporting that their phones are suffering from bootloop issues.
  • Fortunately, the issue is restricted to T-Mobile users in certain European countries.
  • LG is aware and will be issuing a fix “within the next several days.”

LG is no stranger to the phenomenon of bootloops, and it looks like a few LG G7s are experiencing the issue as well.

According to threads on Reddit and XDA (h/t: PhoneArena), some European LG G7 owners reported that their phones would repeatedly try and fail to boot up. Oddly enough, it seems like the problem is restricted to T-Mobile subscribers in Europe. One redditor also posted a video of their phone boot-looping, which can be seen below.

The South Korean manufacturer has confirmed the issue to PhoneArena, saying it was indeed related to one network (which looks to be T-Mobile).

“The latest software update for the LG G7 ThinQ on a specific network in a number of European countries is preventing the phone from starting,” LG explained, adding that affected phones haven’t suffered from permanent damage.