Find the Firmware You Need for the LG Optimus 4X

August 19, 20120 Comments

When a device is first released, the first thing that many people do is root their devices. This is all fine and dandy, as there is an immense number of great things one can do with a rooted devices. Of course, it’s when a return to stock firmware is needed before anyone starts thinking about where to get the stock firmware. For the LG Optimus 4X HD, that is no longer a concern you need to have.

You can now find all of the current stock firmwares for the LG Optimus 4X HD. For those who don’t know, there are a lot of situations one could encounter when having a good stock firmware around is a good thing. For example, if there’s a hardware fault and you need to return to unrooted stock to return the device. Another good example would be if a flash went wrong and you were stuck in a boot loop or stuck at the splash screen. A fresh flash back to stock can help out.

The only negative thing is that the files come in kdz format. Don’t be worried if you’ve never heard of that file type before as it is not used very often. To use it, you’ll need to download and install several applications that’ll help you flash the firmware to your phone. For a great guide that works, check here. It’s a rough tutorial to get through, but once done you’ll be prepared for anything related to kdz files.

Difficult file types aside, LG’s official site has all of the firmware for every region. The represented regions include the Baltics, Benelux, Brazil, China, CIS, Czech, Europe, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Singapore, Switzerland, Taiwan, Thailand, and Vietnam. For the download links, check the source link.


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