Direct links to download LG G6 Stock System Dump.LG has been busy promoting and preparing for the worldwide release of their latest flagship LG G6. This amazing new device will surely amaze the masses and is guaranteed to become a sensation soon. However, this post is not about what their new device is about and its features; it is about its system dump which developers at XDA have gotten their hands over. The system dump of LG G6 which is US cellular variants of G6 has model no. US997 and has the software build g V09L.
The system dump on LG G6 is based on Android 7.0 (LG UX 6.0) and is provided for intended developer use only. Another important point worth mentioning is that under no circumstances you should think of flashing the zip on your device. You can give it a try but you will end up owning a bricked device which will not be any good. The early release of this system dump can only mean one thing, that we will see a wide range of portable custom ROMs in the near future with the previous LG devices most likely to be the first ones to receive the port.
Developers need not worry and should be overjoyed since the ‘second screen’ like the V20 is not here now and the device’s custom skin is closer to stock Android UI than it has ever been. The size of dump is around 1.85 GB including all the stock LG apps and other necessary requirements. An interesting point worth noting is that there seems to be no mention of Google Assistant in the dump which can only mean that the update from Google App to Assistant may be server side after all.
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Download LG G6 Stock System Dump
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