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I had mine die the same way. I got my stuff off by reflowing it with a high wattage hairdryer. It’s NOT for the feint of heart and requires some electronics experience, but if you think you’re up to heating it up and maintaining it so it runs to get your data off (without a shutdown), a reflow seems to do the trick. It was a little sensitive on mine to how hot it was because I had a 509K phone so it could be anything plus it was mentioned to send it in so I agreed to keep evidence I was in low/nonexistent. It did work, though.
 
The only real downside is LG may not repair the phone but they just replace your dead G4 with another G4 that will probably die the same way and Depot the dead phone. If they replaced it with a reliable phone I may have sent mine in, but they give you another G4 that will probably fail the same way - basically the bare minimum and I also warned them I would not use it. That was my second (and last) LG phone I ever bought.
 
Nowadays with the current financing methods in use, I buy my phones outright since financing is of low value proposition (pay now or pay over time) and LG’s track record isn’t good. I have stood my ground on this since 20172017 and haven’t looked back.
Nowadays with the current financing methods in use, I buy my phones outright since financing is of low value proposition (pay now or pay over time) and LG’s track record isn’t good. I have stood my ground on this since 20172017 and haven’t looked back.

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I had mine die the same way. I got my stuff off by reflowing it with a high wattage hairdryer. It’s NOT for the feint of heartheart and requires some electronics experience, but if you think you’re up to heating it up and maintaining it so it runs to get your data offoff (without a shutdown), a reflow seems to do the trick. It was a little sensitive on mine to how hot it was because I had a 509K phone (one of the knownphone so it could be anything plus it was mentioned to fail phones) but other then havingsend it in so I agreed to keep it at a temperature that workedevidence I was able to say I got my data backin low/nonexistent. It did work, though.
I had mine die the same way. I got my stuff off by reflowing it with a high wattage hairdryer. It’s NOT for the feint of heartheart and requires some electronics experience, but if you think you’re up to heating it up and maintaining it so it runs to get your data offoff (without a shutdown), a reflow seems to do the trick. It was a little sensitive on mine to how hot it was because I had a 509K phone (one of the knownphone so it could be anything plus it was mentioned to fail phones) but other then havingsend it in so I agreed to keep it at a temperature that workedevidence I was able to say I got my data backin low/nonexistent. It did work, though.
 
The only real downside is LG may not repair the phone but they just replace your dead G4 with another G4 that will probably die the same wayway and Depot the dead phone. If they replaced it with a reliable phone I may have suggested sending it in (or covering your tracks)sent mine in, but they just dogive you another G4 that will probably fail the same way - basically the bare minimum as CYA because they got this phone so wrong. Thatand I also warned them I would not use it. That was my second (and last) LG phone I ever bought. Nowadays

Nowadays
with the current financing methods in use, I buy my phones outright since financing is of low value proposition (pay now or pay over time) and LG’s track record isn’t good. I have stood my ground on this since 2017.
The only real downside is LG may not repair the phone but they just replace your dead G4 with another G4 that will probably die the same wayway and Depot the dead phone. If they replaced it with a reliable phone I may have suggested sending it in (or covering your tracks)sent mine in, but they just dogive you another G4 that will probably fail the same way - basically the bare minimum as CYA because they got this phone so wrong. Thatand I also warned them I would not use it. That was my second (and last) LG phone I ever bought. Nowadays

Nowadays
with the current financing methods in use, I buy my phones outright since financing is of low value proposition (pay now or pay over time) and LG’s track record isn’t good. I have stood my ground on this since 2017.

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I had mine die the same way. I got my stuff off by reflowing it with a high wattage hairdryer. It’s NOT for the feint of heart, but if you think you’re up to heating it up and maintaining it so it runs to get your data off, a reflow seems to do the trick. It was a little sensitive on mine to how hot it was because I had a 509K phone (one of the known to fail phones) but other then having to keep it at a temperature that worked I was able to say I got my data back.
 
The only real downside is LG may not repair the phone but they just replace your dead G4 with another G4 that will probably die the same way. If they replaced it with a reliable phone I may have suggested sending it in (or covering your tracks) but they just do the bare minimum to cover as CYA because they got this phone so wrong. That was my second (and last) LG phone I ever bought. Nowadays with the current financing methods in use, I buy my phones outright and LG’s track record isn’t good.
The only real downside is LG may not repair the phone but they just replace your dead G4 with another G4 that will probably die the same way. If they replaced it with a reliable phone I may have suggested sending it in (or covering your tracks) but they just do the bare minimum to cover as CYA because they got this phone so wrong. That was my second (and last) LG phone I ever bought. Nowadays with the current financing methods in use, I buy my phones outright and LG’s track record isn’t good.

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I had mine die the same way. I got my stuff off by reflowing it with a high wattage hairdryer. It’s NOT for the feint of heart, but if you think you’re up to heating it up and maintaining it so it runs to get your data off, a reflow seems to do the trick. It was a little sensitive on mine to how hot it was because I had a 509K phone (one of the known to fail phones) but other then having to keep it at a temperature that worked I was able to say I got my data back.
 
The only real downside is LG may not repair the phone but they just replace your dead G4 with another G4 that will probably die the same way. If they replaced it with a reliable phone I may have suggested sending it in (or covering your tracks) but they just do the bare minimum to cover as CYA because they got this phone so wrong. That was my second (and last) LG phone I ever bought. Nowadays with the current financing methods in use, I buy my phones outright and LG’s track record isn’t good.
The only real downside is LG may not repair the phone but they just replace your dead G4 with another G4 that will probably die the same way. If they replaced it with a reliable phone I may have suggested sending it in (or covering your tracks) but they just do the bare minimum to cover as CYA because they got this phone so wrong. That was my second (and last) LG phone I ever bought. Nowadays with the current financing methods in use, I buy my phones outright and LG’s track record isn’t good.

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I had mine die the same way. I got my stuff off by reflowing it with a high wattage hairdryer. It’s NOT for the feint of heart, but if you think you’re up to heating it up and maintaining it so it runs to get your data off, a reflow seems to do the trick. It was a little sensitive on mine to how hot it was because I had a 509K phone (one of the known to fail phones) but other then having to keep it at a temperature that worked I was able to say I got my data back.
I had mine die the same way. I got my stuff off by reflowing it with a high wattage hairdryer. It’s NOT for the feint of heart, but if you think you’re up to heating it up and maintaining it so it runs to get your data off, a reflow seems to do the trick. It was a little sensitive on mine to how hot it was because I had a 509K phone (one of the known to fail phones) but other then having to keep it at a temperature that worked I was able to say I got my data back.
 
The only real downside is LG may not repair the phone but they just replace your dead G4 with another G4 that will probably die the same way. If they replaced it with a reliable phone I may have suggested sending it in (or covering your tracks) but they just do the bare minimum to cover as CYA because they got this phone so wrong.

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I had mine die the same way. I got my stuff off by reflowing it with a high wattage hairdryer. It’s NOT for the feint of heart, but if you think you’re up to heating it up and maintaining it so it runs to get your data off, a reflow seems to do the trick.
 
The only real downside is LG may not repair the phone but they just replace your dead G4 with another G4 that will probably die the same way. If they replaced it with a reliable phone I may have suggested sending it in (or covering your tracks) but they just do the bare minimum to cover as CYA because they got this phone so wrong.

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I had mine die the same way. I got my stuff off by reflowing it with a high wattage hairdryer. It’s NOT for the feint of heart, but if you think you’re up to heating it up and maintaining it so it runs to get your data off, a reflow seems to do the trick.

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