LG launched the latest flagship smartphone from the company which was the LG G6 and the LG G series from LG is always known for the competition against the S series from Samsung. Also, we know that LG traditionally launches a phablet smartphone every year around the same time as Samsung launches its Note series and the latest smartphone from LG was launched this year as well. This smartphone from LG was the LG V30. The V series from LG has been started three years ago and LG made the name of V series as the smartphones that contained a second display also known as a ticker display which is a small panel sitting at the top of the display so it helps in seeing important notifications when the main display is not turned on.
Now, the LG V30 launched some time ago was a little different from the previous V series smartphones as the V30 did not have a secondary display. Rather, the smartphone came with a bezel-less display same as the LG G6 from LG and similar to the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8 from Samsung. This smartphone has also been acclaimed as the best smartphone launched this year in all the aspects.
Now, we have been able to get the system dump from the LG V30 thanks to a XDA-recognized developer named xpirt,. Now, system dump is a zip file which contains all the software files that are present on the device which means that it will have all the wallpapers, sounds, ringtones and everything else that will be included on the LG V30 by default.
Talking about this system dump for LG V30, it comes with Android 7.1.2 and LG UX 6.1 along with September security patch. One thing to note is that normal users would have no use for this files but the developers can extract everything out of this and even port bring LG V30 ROMs for other devices. You can download this system dump from here.
Download LG V30 System Dump File
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