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lg g4 turns off by itself and then turns on by itself

my lg g4 suddenly started having this problem 3 days ago without any apparent issue. it turned off by itself and stayed so for many hours. i tried turning it on, but in vain. then after a few hours it turned on by itself. Now i am constantly having this issue. it turns off, and some times stays off for just five minutes and then turns back on, but sometimes it even dies for like hours. also the very first time it did so it became very hot, the battrry was some 80% but dropped to 20, now its charging very slow. i havent installed any new app, and i didnt dropped my phone either. it is a at&t version, working in another country on another network.

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At over a few years old

It may be time for a new battery. I'd try that first since what's next is a new mainboard.

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Do Check your Charger and Battery First

Hello Nickrazay,

It's good to know that you have an LG G4, its a very good phone I am using this phone and its working fine for me.

Now coming to your question the sudden turning on-off issue is not normal. if its possible then take your phone to the service center or you can do it yourself.
first of all,
check your battery I am 100% sure that your battery is the main problem. try a new battery,
try to use the original charger as it won't heat your phone, and about heating 42 to 43 degree is normal heating for your phone as your phone comes with Snapdragon processor the heating is normal.
the last thing uninstall heavy games and also keep track of your apps some apps do consume your battery. so avoid those ****** apps. if possible change rom of your smartphone add new android version.
if still your problems arrive then mate you're in danger and seriously need to change your device. if you have any questions you can ask me.
Suhel Dhuldhule,
Founder of aamTECH.NET

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Post was last edited on May 9, 2018 8:26 AM PDT

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