You may have recently purchased a LG G6 or LG G7 and you are curious why it keeps on restarting from time to time. The first thing you should do is check and see if you have it under warranty. There might be a chance that the LG G6/LG G7 is damaged so you might be able to save money and get a replacement. If not, take the LG G6/LG G7 to an LG technician to see why the LG G6/LG G7 keeps shutting off, freezing, or rebooting.
You may be shocked when the LG G6 and LG G7 continuously restarts even when you have not had problems with it before. Also, you may run into the problem of the LG G6/LG G7 turn off suddenly without letting you know that it may happen.
A possible solution that you could use is that you could take it to a LG technician and have your LG G6/LG G7 fixed or replaced as soon as possible. You should take a look at the guide below in order to learn how you could solve the LG G6 from restarting when it continuously restarts.
A possible reason why the LG G6 is restarting or crashing is because of a possible new app or that the battery is possible defective that does not allow the smartphone to not perform. A lot of things could occur that can cause the problem such as poor firmware. Look at the methods you can use in order to solve the LG G6 and LG G7 from restarting.
The LG G6/LG G7 is restarting because of the Android Operating system
A possible reason why the LG G6/LG G7 keeps on restarting is because a new update for firmware has been downloaded. It is recommended for you to try to do a LG factory reset. Take a look at the guide to learn how to factory reset the LG G6.
Remember to back up all-important information on your LG before you do a factory reset of your smartphone that it does not restart from time to time. This is because you will lose all of your photos, apps, contacts, and videos once you do a factory reset on the LG G6 and LG G7.
The sudden reboots are because of an application
Safe Mode is a feature that allows your LG G6 or LG G7 to remove bugs, or uninstall apps securely just in case you were unaware. You can also have Safe Mode on when your LG G6/LG G7 restarts or apps that are installed do not work.
Make sure your LG G6 is turned off. You can reboot the LG G6/LG G7 keeping the power button pressed on or off. You can click and hold the Volume Down button once the LG logo is on the screen that indicates the display is activated. Keep on clicking the button once you query the sim-pin. You will see the “Safe Mode” towards the bottom of your screen on the left side.