Nexus 5X users are facing a tough time to deal with bugs. The problem reported by Nexus 5X customers is related to the bootloop issue and has been reported several times and is being treated as a recurring bug.
LG, who manufactured the Nexus 5X handset has announced that they will provide free repair services to those Nexus 5X handsets with plagued with bootloop problems.
In a statement released to the press, LG Electronic spokesperson revealed that the repair services will be available for Nexus 5X customers based in Korea free of cost. Moreover, there is no time limit set for the service. Hence, you can avail the service several times.
If your Nexus 5X handset is facing the bootloop problem, it will make the handset to reboot. After that, you will be able to view an LG logo stuck into bootloop. LG added that it is difficult to point out the exact cause of the problem. Hence, the company has taken special precaution during the manufacture of the latest handsets with special reference to hardware stability.
To recall, LG G4 and LG V10 customers based in the US are also facing similar problems. There are few customers who filed a class suit against LG seeking compensation for the damages caused.
Imagine, a customer had stored several images and videos and the handset encounters the bootloop problem. The customer will not be able to recover the content until he repairs the handset. If your handset faces the problem, then you will not be able to shut down the phone. Hence, the Nexus 5X will consume plenty of battery causing serious damages to the phone.
If you have LG Nexus 5X with a bootloop problem, then you need no have to expect any refunds. This is because the company doesn’t offer a refund for handsets since the repair spare parts for the handset is currently out of stock.
At the recently concluded MWC 2017 in Barcelona, LG has assured that they have resolved the bootloop problem on the LG V20 and LG G6 flagship.
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