How to Find LG Firmware

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How to find LG firmware for your device

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You can find firmware for your LG device at a couple different site and today we will discuss of couple of them and ways you can identify which LG device you own. It is very important that you get the right firmware for your device. Lets say you have a LG V20 and you are looking for firmware well there are at least 5 different Model numbers for this device H910, H918, LS997, US996, VS995. The best way to figure out your model number is looking on the back of the device or under the battery and back cover. Another awesome method is to type in *#06# to your phone Dialer to get your IMEI or look in settings app and then about phone to find the IMEI that way. You can also get the IMEI from the back of the device under the battery its normally a 15 digit number like 356304044433231.

If you have your device IMEI number you can directly search LG server for firmware and more info on your device by using this link.

http://csmg.lgmobile.com:9002/csmg/b2c/client/auth_model_check2.jsp?esn=XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

You need to change the XXXXXXXXXXXXXXX to your device IMEI number.

EXAMPLE

http://csmg.lgmobile.com:9002/csmg/b2c/client/auth_model_check2.jsp?esn=354153060481909

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http://csmgdl.lgmobile.com/dn/downloader.dev?fileKey=FW7D4MJ752MOAEZ93CC1XHM/D85530n_00_0816.kdz

As you can see above there is a lot of great info in this XML file like the model number and even better for some device the URL for downloading firmware for this LG device based on the IMEI. This method of finding your device firmware is error proof since you found it with your IMEI you know for sure you have the right firmware straight from LG.

Some of the other site you can use to locate firmware for your device are listed below.

http://lg-firmware-rom.com/ you can also search by IMEI number on this site of Model Number.

https://www.xda-developers.com/ you can use the search bar on the top and navigate to your device forum then look in there for firmware files either TOT or KDZ files. 

you flash these firmware files with either LG flash tool link below of you use LG’s new program LG UP

If you would like to see more about firmware restoring your device CLICK HERE

RSD Lite for Mac and Linux

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RSD Lite for Mac and Linux

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So many people have asked me if RSD lite Program works on Mac or Linux and every time i have to tell them “Nope only windows”. I was on XDA developers and a user named Liboicl uploaded a awesome script that turns Motorola Firmware XML files into fastboot commands for a linux machine. After Downloading and checking it out I decided that I would also make it work on Mac and give it a little face lift. 🙂 NOTE This script also checks the MD5 of each file and compares them to the XML file list.

How to use RSD-FLASH.SH file on your Mac or Linux machines.

  1.  Download the RSD-Lite-Mac-Linux.zip here. scroll down the page a little
  2. Extract the zip to your desktop leaving you with a folders called RSD-Lite-Mac-Linux
  3. Download the Motorola Firmware you need from HERE or HERE then extract all files in firmware.zip to RSD-Lite-Mac-Linux folder.
  4. open a Terminal and CD to folder RSD-Lite-Mac-Linux
  5. Command to flash device is ./rsd-flash.sh [name of xml file you want to use]  EXAMPLES flashfile.xml or servicefile.xml
  6. press enter to start the flash from terminal
  7. watch for any errors. If no errors at the end of the script then press enter to reboot the device.

NOTE

Motorola devices must be in bootloader / AP fastboot mode to use this tool.

  1. Power off device
  2. hold volume down and power to boot the device into AP fastboot mode so that you can flash.

If you have a windows machine that is fine also as you can still use RSD lite form Motorola

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Learn more about RSDlite and other firmware flashing tricks HERE

 

Android N Developer Preview

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Android N Developer Preview

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I just got home from work to find out that Google released Android N developer preview!!!! So I quickly wrote up a bunch of script files to make it simple to flash this firmware on your Nexus devices. I gave these scripts 2 options on is a full flash with data wipe and the other is firmware no wipe to keep your data in tacked. Hope you enjoy and check back soon as I will be adding to this post later today with some video footage and some pictures 😉 But for now here are the links to this new Android N firmware, just click on your device below. Another option would be to Sign up for the Android Beta Program to get ota updates to this new developer preview.

NOTE: unlocked bootloader required to flash this firmware. Once unlocked just boot into bootloader mode and click the flash all file you want to use.

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Nexus 6   plus remove encryption

Nexus 6P   plus remove encryption

Nexus 9

Nexus Player

Pictures below

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How to install Android N Developer Preview on your Nexus Device

 

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