24-11-14, 03:12 pm
Make a hard reset
Fixing most common Android software related issues implies in making a hard reset. By applying this process you will remove all data from your LG L60 and you will restore your phone back to its initial state. By doing so you can also remove issues like bugs, lags or any other software problems. Of course, any other data that is saved on the internal storage memory will also be removed, so remember that you have to apply a backup first.
You can learn how to hard reset your LG L60 by using our dedicated step by step tutorial.
Resolve Boot Loop issues
Similar with other soft related issues, the boot loops might be a real disaster. Usually, these problems are caused by update or root operations. Basically after completing update procedures, you need to restart your device. Well, on this reboot the boot loop situations might be occurred. Well, here is how you can address these problems on your LG L60:
Turn off your phone: press power button and select “power off” or press and hold power key for a few seconds.
Enter recovery mode on your LG L60.
Then, from recovery select “wipe data factory reset”, followed by “wipe cache partition” and “wipe dalvick cache”.
In the end, return to main menu of recovery.
From there choose “reboot system now” and you are done.
Downgrade to stock Android OS
If the above processes aren’t fixing your bricked LG L60, then you must downgrade your device to stock Android OS. By doing so you can remove all software issues as you will restore in built apps along with the default version of Android system on your phone. In order to complete this method, you will have to download LG L60 PC Suite from
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Well, during the lines from above we have checked out how to manually fix your bricked LG L60.