The ever-reliable anonymous tipster evleaks has tweeted a press image for the unofficial announced LG Optimus F3Q with slide-out QWERTY keypad, confirming that the device will exclusively offered by T-Mobile. Branding can be found at the top left of the screen and on the rear of the device.
It claims that the LG Optimus F3Q will be powered by 1.2 GHz dual-core CPU. Also it is rumored to sport a 4-inch display and Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean.
Not much information on the phone is currently available, but we do know it should be hitting T-Mobile shelves relatively soon.
LG Optimus F3Q Phone Photos - LG Cell Phone Pictures
For new MetroPCS LG Optimus F6 Android owners, rooting is an intimidating process, especially since there has few way to gain root access. I’ve previously covered a way of doing it for the T-Mobile version of the LG Optimus F6 that has the V10B firmware on it. Definitely not a hard task for a first-time rooter.
Today, thanks to the crafty developers at Kingo App, root can be attained with just one click now, and working for the MetroPCS version of the LG Optimus F6, but I haven’t try it on my phone for now.
You’ll need to have the following components ready:
You’ll need to have the software:
Here’s how to get started:
How to check:
LG Optimus F6 Phone Photos – LG Cell Phone Pictures
If you want to restore your LG Optimus F6 to it’s factory state (well, as close as possible if you unlocked the bootloader and rooted), or if you’re stuck in a bootloop (soft bricked), this guide will show the correct way to flash / unbrick / unroot the LG Optimus F6 back to stock.
All things you will need:
How to flash / unbrick / unroot the LG Optimus F6 Steps:
Note: If the phone get stuck in a boot loop or stuck at LG screen! Then pull out the battery. Put it back in, but don’t power it on yet. Hold the volume – key and power the device on. This will boot into Factory Reset mode and follow the instructions.