Hello guys. So I’ve read a couple of posts, and it seems to me that many people seem to have trouble finding a stock firmware / rom of the newest LG G3 F400 K/S/L. So here it is. Just in a simple post.

Have a nice day, and I hope you will benefit from this files!

Official Stock LG G3 F400 K/S/L Firmware / Rom Download:

  • LGF400K – v10B TOT and DLL files [Download]
  • LGF400L – v10A TOT and DLL files [Download]
  • LGF400S – v10B TOT file  [Download]

Guide to flash / unbrick LG G3 back to stock:

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Do you want to repair your LG G3 phablet? Here is a collection of free take apart instructions, disassembly pictures and repair manuals, as well as do-it-yourself (DIY) tips and tricks for the LG G3.

Let’s get down to business.



Starting on the outside front of the phone we see the 5.5” LCD, ear speaker, front camera, and infrared and proximity sensors. On the back is the highly-advertised 1W loudspeaker, rear camera and dual-LED flash, and power/volume buttons. Along the bottom a MicroUSB 2.0 SlimPort, and 3.5mm stereo jack.

Alright, enough gawking, time to see what makes LG‘s new G3 flagship tick.



We begin with the ubiquitous battery cover. Once removed we see the Li-Ion 3000 mAh battery, larger than the Galaxy S5 at 2800 mAh or the HTC One (M8) at 2600 mAh, the lowest capacity of the three (surprisingly low for not being user-removable). Built into the battery cover is the wireless charging interface. Even with the extra mAh we wouldn’t be surprised if users didn’t see the benefits as the new and improved Quad HD screen likely draws extra power.



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Here we are today, Google has started pushing the Android 4.3.3 Kitkat update to all Nexus devices (specifically the Nexus 4, Nexus 5, Nexus 7, Nexus 10, and Google Play editions of the Galaxy S4, HTC One M7 and HTC One M8).

As its number designation implies, this is not a big update. As such, don’t expect any feature additions (or not big ones, anyway). This update should be focused on cleaning out the remaining bugs in the 4.3 release.

The new firmware is available over the air and will bring your Nexus device slate to the latest Android version. Charge your phone 75 percent and then attempt to download the update by going to Settings > About > System updates on either device.



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