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With that in mind, here’s a roundup of some recent news around the web — starting with Lenovo’s recent fix for a serious bug that could cause the Thunderbolt/USB-C ports to stop working on a whole bunch of recent ThinkPad laptops.

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One reply on “Lilbits 379: Lenovo’s USB-C bug, LG’s desktop mode, and Linux phones”

  1. Thanks for sharing on the site also. Didn’t realize LeNovo has a big issue with USB-C.

    I have a Thinkpad Chrombook 13 that was one of the first to charge by USB-C. After a couple years (and warranty expired) it now charges for a couple week then won’t charge for a couple weeks, so it’s basically a paper weight…

    And the Chromebook has no UEFI in boot sequence so there is no easy way to diagnose (nor worth the time to dig into given how cheap/outdated the Chromebook is…)

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