LG released Android 5.0 Lollipop couple days ago to LG G3 users with European version D855. Now, here you have the latest lollipop build for the D855 (v20A) packed in a zip flashable file.

It’s made for the guys who want to keep the old bootloader that is – at the moment – the only one who accept the bumped TWRP provided us by team Codefire.

Disclaimer: Flash this ROM at your own risk. I am not responsible for what you do on your device.

To install, download the three files and put them into the sdcard, reboot into recovery, make a backup ROM, do a factory reset (optional), install ROM, SuperSU and the new kernel, and reboot to enjoy your rooted Lollipop ROM.

Downloads:

Credits: teamcodefire, chainfire

Source and Donates: XDA

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Download Mode is a state where you are allowed to flash firmware through LG KDZ Update tool or other desktop software.

Caution: we cannot be held responsible for any damages caused to your LG G Vista by entering download mode and flashing anything.

How to access Emergency Download Mode on LG G Vista Steps:

  1. Shut down your device, remove and re-insert the battery
  2. Press and hold the “Vol Up” button and connect the USB cable.
  3. The screen will go black and then display download mode.

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Has anyone found a root method for the LG G Vista yet? Someone on XDA forum said they can root the LG G Vista with IOroot. But unfortunately, this doesn’t work on my device. I have also tried purple drake, towel root, Stump root and Kingo. None worked.

I need root on my LG G Vista to restore my apps and data from my previous phone through Titanium Backup, apart from that, I also need to apply the Xposed Framework and my favorite modules.

If there are G Vista users who reads this post and have managed to get root, kindly share with us.

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