Here we’re going to show you how to modify your LG G2 to be able to shoot 4K video and 120 frames per second clips for slow-mos.
How to shoot 4K video and 120fps slow-mos on LG G2 Steps:
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We have some good news for anyone still rocking an LG G Flex as their daily driver. According to phonearena.com, the 6.0-inch handset will support 4K video recording thanks to a software update to Android 4.4 Kitkat. An user Agent profile leaked that the 6-inch device will offer 2160p video.
The schedule for the update will be announced soon, it seems. It’s wholly unclear when it will be officially released, but if you own an LG G Flex, don’t give up hope. An official Kitkat treat may just arrive on your phone in the future.
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If your T-Mobile LG G2 is coming from rooted 4.2.2 or AOSP, here’s a link to SmiLey497′s stock rooted Android 4.4.2 Kitkat ROM. If you’re on TWRP you need to be on 220.127.116.11 or higher. Flash this rom will remove your TWRP recovery, but at least you’ll be rooted.
Stock Rooted T-Mobile LG G2 Kitkat Rom Download:
How to install the stock rooted Kitkat rom on T-Mobile LG G2:
Caution: I can and will not take any responsibility for bricked phones or lost data.
It is generally recommended to run a complete Nandroid backup before do this.
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