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Once again we have reports of bootloop issues concerning an LG device, this time its the LG G7 ThinQ, but a fix is said to come soon
The case stands against Huawei and Google: the companies weren't responsive to warranty claims on hardware issues affecting the premium Nexus smartphone of 2015.
It appears not all US-based owners of LG G4, G5, V10, V20 and Nexus 5X phones plagued by the bootloop defect will be compensated for their sorrow after all.
Those who owned the G4, G5, V10, V20 and Nexus 5X and experienced bootloops during usage are apparently getting vindication.
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The Cortex-A57 cores in the Snapdragon 810 have been identified by some industrious developers as the reason for bootloops on the Nexus 6P.
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Virgin Mobile has confirmed that it has extended the warranty of its LG G4 over this stark issue while Rogers and Fido are working on it.
While there are some ongoing class actions concerning, at least one affecting the Nexus 5X has been voluntarily dropped. Others go on.
LG got into lawsuits by letting bootloop problems go untreated. The Galaxy S8 isn't doing as bad, but there's yet to be a real response from Samsung.
"Do no evil" except by attrition? Many consumers facing problems with their Huawei-made Nexus 6P are left feeling uncared for.
The class, which consisted of G4 and V10 owners, is about to grow as Girard Gibbs, LLP, is looking for affected G5, V20 and Nexus 5X users.
LG can't escape the consequences of its bootloop blunders forever, facing a class action lawsuit started by several disgruntled G4 and V10 users.