If you followed our instructions to the letter before, you should have a rooted T-Mobile LG G3. For now, here’s three custom roms I’ve been playing with on T-Mobile LG G3, with a rundown of what they do and how they perform.

Cautions: Do this at your own risk. I’m not responsible for anything that happens to your phone.

1. The Lonely Rom (Stock Root with Busybox)

How dose this differ from stock?

  • SD write permissions for every app
  • 3G support
  • IPV4 support
  • Proper icons (E, 3G, H, and 4G)
  • Editable default APN (includes tether apn)
  • Lots of apns for tons of carriers



2. SkyDragon Rom


  • Android Version: 4.4.2
  • Firmware base: KVT49L.D85110c
  • Rom Version: SD G3 V0.0.5
  • Built from %100 stock and clean base♦
  • Init.d Built-in
  • Busybox Built-in
  • Rooted with SuperSU
  • Zip-aligned on boot
  • SQLite optimization on boot
  • Build.prop tweaks
  • System R/W
  • Stock Kernel Rooted
  • Aroma Installer
  • Optional GPS Location Selection
  • Launcher selection(G3,GEL,Apex,Nova)
  • Optional Apps)
  • Optional Xposed and Mods
  • GAPP Removal
  • Font Selection
  • Kernel Selection
  • SkyDragon Custom Kernel
  • Stock Unsecured
  • DEODEX with ART


3. ZoneROM


  • Optimized PNG Files
  • ZipAligned (this should be a given)
  • Host Ad Block
  • De-Odex
  • All Apps Multi Window
  • Battery Tweaks
  • Touch Display Speed Tweaks
  • Removed Debug Icon
  • All Animated Weather Lockscreen
  • Battery Tweaks



How to install custom rom on LG G3 Steps:

  1. Make a nandroid backup
  2. Make sure your device has an ♦UNLOCKED BOOTLOADER♦
  3. Download ROM and put it on internal sdcard
  4. Enter Recovery and do Full Wipe(wipe system/data/cache/dalvik)
  5. Find in Recovery "Choose zip from sdcard" choose Rom zip file
  6. Proceed steps that Aroma installer gives
  7. Reboot device after finishing installation
  8. Select "No" to install recovery prompt if given
  9. Follow setup wizard and enjoy!

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Filed Under (LG Android Phones, LG Cell Phone Software, LG G3) by lg-phones on 10-10-2014

This package is recommended for most LG G3 users. It includes all the Google Apps that come standard on Nexus devices. In this package you will find the Core Base¹, Google Gallery², Sun Beam Live Wallpaper, and the following Play Store applications:


LG G3 Phone Photos - LG Cell Phone Pictures


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This flash tutorial will help you restore your LG G3 back to 100% complete stock. Also it will unroot your phone and get rid of Custom Recovery. Use this method if you want to get back to complete stock or if you brick your phone or if, for some reasons, the phone can not boot into fastboot mode.

Caution: This process won’t wipe your phone. Backup your storage before you continue. Do it at your own risk! If you follow this guide properly you will be on the safe side.

How to Flash / Restore / Unroot LG G3 to Stock:

  1. Download and install LG PC Suite from LG’s website
  2. Update the app so it recognizes the LG G3 – this should ask you to update automatically on opening the app, if not you can do it from the "help" menu.
  3. (NB: if you have used some of the KDZ flashing methods on here you may have issues updating as your hosts file is probably altered to block the PC Suite gaining a connection).
  4. Connect the phone via USB (the app allows for a wifi connection but this is very restrictive, you require a USB connection for this).
  5. *OPTIONAL STEP* If you want to go back to a truly stock experience then unfreeze any apps you have frozen (I am unsure if having apps frozen will effect OTA installations, it should still work fine, in theory).
  6. With the device connected go to the "phone" menu in PC Suite and select the option that says "Restore Upgrade Errors".
  7. It will then scan your device, download the rom and begin flashing, this is all automatic without any further input from you, do not cancel it.
  8. The phone will reboot when finished. You are now unrooted and unmodified and OTA’s should work.


LG G3 Phone Photos - LG Cell Phone Pictures


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