All LG G3 users are waiting for the official Lollipop update from the company. A ROM was leaked a few weeks ago but since then there has been no news about the update. LG promised that the Lollipop update would come very soon but at the moment there is nothing.
Samsung became the first company to update its flagship device to Android 5.0 Lollipop. It even beat Motorola which has a firmware close to stock Android while the Galaxy variant is heavily skinned with Touchwiz theme and apps.
As we mentioned above, a Lollipop firmware for the LG G3 was released a few weeks ago but it was full of bugs and users didn’t want to install it. Now, developers have taken the base, improved the ROM and added a lot of features making it stable enough for users to install and test it.
The ROM is based on LG’s UI so it has all the features and applications that you can also find on KitKat. It is not based on stock Android like other ROMs.
AndroidNow HD is the best ROM based on Android 5.0 Lollipop that you can install on your LG G3. It is full of features and the performance is quite good.
It is based on the new V20d base and modem and the kernel has been updated to support v20d.
AndroidNow HD ROM has a few features like improved performance, added TAction, tweaks in build.prop, new reboot menu, fixed task manager bug, Plus & Plop, McAfee is removed, SuperSU v2.37 and all apps unlocked for Split Window.
The ROM also includes a few extra applications like LG G3 Snapdragon Audio and Dolby Digital Plus.
Install AndroidHD Now 5.0 Lollipop ROM on LG G3
- Download the ROM here.
- Move the file to your phone.
- Enter Recovery.
- Make a full wipe of system and data.
- Install the ROM.
If you experience Signature Verification error, go to Toggle Signature Verification and disable it.
Even though the ROM has been greatly optimized by the developers, the ROM still has bugs that you can occur. Until LG releases the official update, this is the best you can get.