Do you think about installing TWRP recovery as your main LG G4 custom recovery image? Great news for all LG G4 users who were searching for a working guide on this topic as I am here to help them.
By installing a custom recovery on your LG G4, you can create Nandroid backup, you can flash custom ROMs and mods that are already available or that may become available in the near future, remove bloatware, flash .zip files, ensure root access, overclock the CPU and more and yes, I strongly believe that a custom recovery like TWRP is the ideal choice.
In order to get started, you need to know that warranty may be void if you follow the procedures given on this page. However, only you are responsible for what it happens, so make no mistake. I won’t be liable if any damages occur to your LG G4 or to its components.
In order to avoid losing all the data from the phone, take a full backup of your phone and keep in mind that this guide is for one device only – for LG G4 and no other Android handset. Before staring, also unlock the bootloader of your smartphone, enable the USB Debugging option by going to Menu – Settings – Developer options and no less important, you must check the battery status of your handset: if there is less than 60% power left, then be suee that you have to plug in the charger and take no chances as you might end up with a bricked device.
Also make sure that you can use a computer, laptop or desktop and there, disable the security protection because as it might interfere with the flashing operation; after that, just install Android SDK and only now, you are ready to go!
How to Install TWRP Recovery on LG G4:
- On your PC, you must take the TWRP recovery file with the help of this direct link;
- Then, place this file on the same path as “android-sdk-windows\platform-tools;
- Next, you have to connect your LG G4 with the PC by using the original USB cable;
- On your PC, it’s time to go to “android-sdk-windows\platform-tools directory”;
- From there, open a command prompt window;
- Enter the following command there: “adb reboot bootloader” in order to reboot bootloader mode;
- On the same window type “fastboot flash recovery twrp-184.108.40.206-h815.img”;
- Once completed, you just have to execute “fastboot reboot” and that was all.
If you need any additional help with installing TWRP recovery on your LG G4, then all you have to do is to let me know via the comments area or the contact form and be sure that I’ll do my best to help you.
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- How to install TWRP Recovery on Sprint Samsung Galaxy S6;
- Install TWRP Recovery on International Samsung Galaxy S6;
- Flash TWRP Recovery on Various Galaxy S6 Versions (China, Korea, T-Mobile, US Cellular and more);
- Install TWRP Recovery on 2015 Moto E and more guides on this topic from the How to section of this site.