How to soft reset LG G7 ThinQ

When you get a smartphone, it is essential to know all the simple tricks that may help you out if needed. Hopefully, the phone you have will work perfectly all the time, but like all tech out there, it may have a bug, or an issue may turn up every once in a while. In such times, it is important to know what to do in order to put things in motion again.

One of the simplest and yet most effective things is knowing how to soft reset your phone. No matter what kind of issue you are experiencing, this can help. If the apps freeze, if the Bluetooth isn’t working, or if you can’t update the apps for some reason, just try this out. We always list it as one of the basic solutions, simply because it can help in almost every single situation.

Here, we are going to show you how to soft reset LG G7 ThinQ. There are two ways to do it, and we are going to show you both.

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How to soft reset LG G7 ThinQ: Method 1

This method is the simpler one, and you can turn to it if your device behaves strangely. Here is what you need to do:

  • Press and hold the Power button located on the upper-right side of the phone
  • Tap Power off
  • Wait for a couple of seconds, and once again press the Power button to power of your phone

That’s it. Pretty simple, right?

How to soft reset LG G7 ThinQ: Method 2

The second method can be effective as well, and it may come to rescue if for some reason the phone does not respond when attempting the first one. Here is what you need to do:

  • Press and hold the Power button and the Volume down button at the same time
  • Release the keys when the phone powers off (you usually have to wait for 5 seconds)
  • The phone will reboot.

As you can see, the second method is quite simple as well. See how your phone behaves now. The chances are the issues like phone lagging, unresponsiveness, app crashes, or something else are now gone. You can soft reset your phone every once in a while whenever you feel like your device needs a boost in performance.