LG extends support for bootlooping Nexus 5X, one law firm retracts its lawsuit

It was only a couple months ago that a class-action lawsuit was lodged against LG for bootloop issues affecting the G4 and V10. A month later, the G5, V20, and Nexus 5X would also be included, putting the company in a tough spot. Luckily for LG, one of the law firms has dropped its lawsuit.

According to Android Police, Chimicles & Tikellis LLP filed a notice of voluntary dismissal at the top of the month on May 4th. The law firm explained that this was done because LG has decided to extend its warranty coverage on the Nexus 5X. In its continued support of the handset, LG will be offering repairs and in some cases, refunds.

While this gets LG out of the cross hairs of one law firm, there are still other suits pending, as far as what is known. If you are an owner of an affected Nexus 5X, be sure to reach out to LG support to see what your options may be.

LG has made big strides in 2017 with its latest handset, the G6. Although the firm has not published sales numbers for the device, the general response has been fairly positive.

Source: Android Police

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