The LG G7 ThinQ is definitely one of the best Smartphones LG ever created. This latest flagship device of LG is giving a really tough fight to some of the biggest Smartphone brands. The phone is just excellent both in terms of looks and performance. The phone looks really premium as a result of the sleek aluminum body. For screen protecting it is paired up with Corning Gorilla Glass on the front. The 6.1 inches QHD display of the G7 makes it perfect for enjoying videos and movies in high quality.
Now talking about the performance, the G7 ThinQ comes with 6 GB of RAM and a powerful Snapdragon 845 for lightning fast response. So overall the performance of the phone is just great. But one of the issues which many users are facing with their G7 is the network error after installing the latest software updates. The reason behind this error seems to be a software bug or glitch which you can fix it yourself.
Just follow the listed steps which will hopefully fix the problem you are facing with your G7.
Fixes For LG G7 ThinQ No Service Error After Software Update
A soft reset fixes the bugs or issues present in the current session of the operating system. Restarting your mobile refreshes the software and it might fix the network issue you are facing. You should try this method before you move to anything more complex. Here is how you can perform a soft reset on your LG G7 ThinQ.
- Press and hold both the power button along with the Volume down button.
- Release the buttons when the phone vibrates.
- Now your phone will restart and it will hopefully fix the problem.
If you still find the network issue on your G7 go ahead and try the next method.
Check the network
The next thing you should do is to check the network and the SIM card. Sometimes the problem is caused because of the network issue or if the installed SIM card is not working properly. Therefore check for network issues in your area. Try replacing the SIM card and now check for the problem.
Checking in Safe Mode
Sometimes the network problem can be caused because of a third party app which you have installed on your device. Most of the third-party applications are unstable and full of bugs. When you installed such apps on your mobile, they can cause a number of problems. So check if the problem you are facing is caused by a third party app or not. The best way to check this is by rebooting your device in Safe mode where all such kinds of apps are automatically disabled.
To reboot your LG G7 ThinQ in Safe Mode follow the listed steps.
- Press and hold the power key until a menu appears.
- Now tap the power off option and keep holding.
- The reboot to safe mode message will be displayed.
- Read it and then tap ok.
This will reboot your LG G7 into Safe Mode. Now check for the problem. If it’s gone, then it is surely caused by a third party app. Go to normal mode and remove all the third-party applications from your device to restore its normal functionality.
Wiping the cache partition
This problem you are facing with your LG G7 can also arise because of corrupted cache data. In this case, you need to wipe the cache partition to eliminate this annoying network problem from your G7.
- To perform this first go to settings and then head to the General Tab.
- Now tap on storage option and then on Internal storage.
- Here tap on free space option.
- Tap temporary files and then raw files.
- Now select these options.
- Cache data, raw files from camera and Clip tray files
- Tap on delete button to delete these files from the internal memory.
Done! Now check for the problem.
Of course, the last thing you can try is the Factory data rest. As you all know performing this step will remove all the data and application from your device. So don’t forget to save your important files by creating a backup. Once you are ready with the backup, follow the listed methods to perform a Factory reset.
- Go to settings app
- Now tap on Restart and reset option.
- Tap Factory Data rest.
- Here you can decide whether you want to erase the externally attached memory card or not.
- Now tap on Reset then Delete all.
- Again Tap reset to confirm.
- Your phone will now restart.
After factory reset, you will have to set up everything from scratch. After setting up your phone go and check for the network problem.
Unfortunately, there is no other method to fix the problem if it is still there on your device. In that case, go to an authorized service center and get your phone inspected.