puita, 14 Jul 2017My g4 is suffering from some kind of bootloop, i mean it doesn't always remain on lg logo, som... moreTry putting your phone alongside battery in a ziplock bag seperately into a refrigerator for 2-3 hours. If the problem persist, try finding anyone from your family or friends who have a 3000 mAh battery compatible with your G4 and so on and so forth. If your device works... you're good, otherwise looks like the infamous bootloop. Good luck!
My g4 is suffering from some kind of bootloop, i mean it doesn't always remain on lg logo, sometimes it boot up to home screen and phone works about 2-3 minutes and again restart, when it restart sometime it remains in lg logo but sometimes it boot upto home screen. I gave my phone to a technician, he ask me to replace the battery first. Also my battery is not good, it drain quickly when i use it, and it is 2 years old. I don't know whether im suffering from common boot loop or a battery issue. I have a doubt to spend money on battery too. Please give me an opinion
Isbel, 13 Jul 2017From where..?I live in Pakistan so yeah from here. 10-15% to be exact for a good 40 mins. The secret behind this is that I've never kept my phone in my pocket - always in bag, never charged the battery to a full dead-on 100%. Last but not the least... deleted Facebook, Messenger, and Twitter App.
Anonymous, 13 Jul 2017Sooner or later all G4 and V10 phones will bootloop eventually. It's a design / manufacturing ... moreIt's all about luck. Now look at me... using a Galaxy Grand Prime (2014) model right now. I bought it on 7-8 Jan, 2015. After all these years until now... I watch 35-45 mins YouTube videos or movies on it... my battery only dies a 10% out of 100% battery. Not a single lag and games could be played for a good 10-20 without no serious heatup issue.
P.S. I hope my phone could make it through this year and the next. 2019 would be my next flagship year. :)
Zubair313, 11 Jul 2017Not every G4 has the bootloop problem. I just bought myself a used LG G4 H812 Canadian model. ... moreSooner or later all G4 and V10 phones will bootloop eventually. It's a design / manufacturing flaw. You can also blame the cheap, poor quality compnents LG use in their phones.
since i had started LG G4 i am enjoying this device its a monster no issues so far no freezing or restarting its self just like other devices it is running smooth and fast no lagging
Battery also good life
i guess i am in luv with device
I can feel you to bro...
But no one can disagree that this phone is high-tech usable until 2019. No upgradation required for a year or two...
If the bootloop and battery heat up hadn't been the issue. This might be the most popular high-spec mid range phone in 2017. :)
Likeswhisky, 11 Jul 2017My Dual Sim G4 bootlooped after a year and a half of use. It's quite a frustrating experience,... moreYup I know how you feel. I thought the whole bootloop thing was being blown out of proportion and thought my G4 would be safe after passing the 1-year mark. Nope. After 15 months of use (3 months after warranty expired) it bootlooped and went I through a very frustrating experience and multiple return visits to the LG service centre at my expense to get it fixed. The whole repair ordeal took 2 months and after several failed attempts to repair the pcb they ended up putting a whole new one in.
I'm using a Samsung phone now while my repaired G4 sits in my desk on back-up phone duty now.
Likeswhisky, 11 Jul 2017True, but it almost seems like a 60-40 scenario. It's not usually a matter of if but when it w... moreOh yes definitely the handset is great! Looks like I got one of those rarest G4 phones that were refined correctly. Just keeping my fingers crossed and going with the flow. ;)
Zubair313, 11 Jul 2017Not every G4 has the bootloop problem. I just bought myself a used LG G4 H812 Canadian model. ... moreTrue, but it almost seems like a 60-40 scenario. It's not usually a matter of if but when it will bootloop. I thought that since a lot of them occur when the phone is under a year old i was safe but that wasn't the case. I guess you have a good handset.
Likeswhisky, 11 Jul 2017My Dual Sim G4 bootlooped after a year and a half of use. It's quite a frustrating experience,... moreNot every G4 has the bootloop problem. I just bought myself a used LG G4 H812 Canadian model. Everything is great! Phone is in neat condition. Yesterday I watched Despicable Me 3 for about 22 mins and my battery only went from 94% to 89%... I feel great to have it... quite fast and solid curve design. IT IS ALL ABOUT LUCK... I WAS LIKE LOOKING FOR AN EXPENSIVE PHONE for about a year, but always fell short of budget. Glad I got it in less than a 100 bucks.
P.S. Got it for 99$ and feels great to have a flagship phone with such high specs in such a price.
My Dual Sim G4 bootlooped after a year and a half of use. It's quite a frustrating experience, loosing your phone like this is quite frustrating. I have lost all faith in LG and it really sets you back. I had to resort to taking it apart and using the quick temporary fixes on YouTube so i could sync my data.
Strange thing is i thought because mine had gone past a year i was safe from bootloop but i was clearly wrong.
LG needs to sort this out as i don't think i would ever buy another LG phone ever again.
i really love my phone and its doing well but the Korean version doesn't upgrade to android 6.0 i dont know what is the problem i been trying to upgrade for now its almost a year but its failing
Last year when my phone was 1 year old boot loop occured. Thank god got replacement of motherboard for free of cost. Exactly after a year again boot loop problem. This year i spent 6000 rupees to change mother board again. Hope it will not happen again.
sulemanbashir, 08 Jul 2017how to check and verify imei and genuine ?
Go to Setting > About Phone >...
^ Here you will find a 15 digit IMEI number. Remember, every phone has it's unique IMEI number.
Go to imei.info and put your IMEI code to check your phone model and further details. So if you are looking to buy a used phone from somebody. Ask for the phone's IMEI code first. If the IMEI code matches to the phone he is having, it means it is a genuine model handset. Otherwise, the phone is fake if it gives an 'invalid IMEI' on the website.