Hi, guys, I have a problem with LG G3 858HK.
Sometimes (once/twice a day) phone loses all signal, tries to connect, connects and loses signal again, again connects, loses and so on, and so on. It’s not only data, it loses mobile signal as well. And it happens in all kinds of areas, even where signal is full 4G. Usually nothing helps, except switching the phone off/on again or pulling the battery. Sometimes when switching it off while having this issue, it wouldn’t switch on again pressing power button. Again, opening it up and pulling the battery helps. Sometimes only connecting wifi/ disconnecting wifi helps.
Phone is running rooted android 6.0 (tried few ROMS, rooted/non-rooted - same thing). I tried everything to solve it: factory reset, changing sims, running with one sim, running with 2 sims, un-rooting, rooting again, multiple ROM's, tried all kinds of settings - nothing helps. The issue is probably with the phone. Sadly, warranty is expired.
Video of the issue: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qq7_jm0-Hp8
The signal in the area where video was captured is really good, full 4G normally.
Anyone got any idea what could be wrong with it?
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
Get root, install recovery, download any rom you want to install, reboot in recovey, make backup and flash rom then reboot device. Thats it. [emoji1]
Here my steps and my android version is lollipop or marshmallow i cant remember [emoji1]
Below steps can helpfull forI am using Fulmics 6.9 and phone have started boot looping. I don't want to factory reset my phone and lose all the data and apps on my phone for time being as I did not take any backup. But I want the phone back in running condition. Can somebody help me with the procedure to get that done? Thank you.
Phone and Messaging apps with "dual" button for 858НК_30аMy feedback:
Worked fine so far (tried for a week). I personally feel it's better than the stock firmware (Marshmallow) as the Phone and Messaging apps retained the "dual" buttons when making a call or sending SMS. The stock/official Marshmallow firmware no longer retained this feature (that was already there during Lollipop/Kitkat). You will have to "switch SIM" whenever you want to change the SIM card to use for calling/texting.
Plus: if you are coming from Lollipop which you already have (presumably) rooted, with Busybox, and TWRP-installed, you get to retain them.