How To Update AT&T LG G2 D800 To Android 4.4.4 KitKat via LiquidSmooth v3.2 Build

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You can now upgrade your AT&T LG G2 D800 to Android 4.4.4 KitKat. However, it won’t be possible with stock firmware but with the help of custom ROM. The custom ROM we talking about is LiquidSmooth Milestone v3.2. Team Liquid recently rolled out LiquidSmooth v3.2 milestone build for AT&T LG G2 D800. The latest nightly is based on Android 4.4.4 KitKat. You will surely like LiquidSmooth v3.2 milestone build, as it comes with so many features that your stock firmware not offering. Some key LiquidSmooth v3.2 features are dynamic Color Changer, custom animation controls, Privacy Guard, custom animation controls and many more. The bloatware free and battery savvy LiquidSmooth v3.2 is a good choice. Its easy to install this LiquidSmooth v3.2 on your AT&T LG G2 D800. Just install a custom recovery such as CWM recovery or TWRP recovery and then follow below guide.

LiquidSmooth ROM Feature List:

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  • Slims DPI on the fly
  • Custom animation controls
  • TRDS 3.0 (Liquid Blackout in settings)
  • Active Display
  • Slims QuickSettings
  • Halo (Renamed to bubble in settings)
  • Ram Bar
  • T-Mobile Theme Engine
  • Privacy Guard
  • Built in SuperUser
  • Working wifi Tethering
  • Cell Broadcasts
  • Slims Configurable Power Menu
  • Slims Configurable Nav Bar
  • Gamma Configuration support
  • Custom animation controls (Listview)
  • LockScreen Notifications
  • Offset top of Lockscreen Notifications
  • Privacy Modes for Lockscreen Notifications
  • Stylus Gestures
  • Incoming calls and messages blacklist
  • Configurable Lock Handle icon
  • Battery around unlock ring
  • See through lockscreen
  • Blur’ed lockscreen
  • Omni’s Performance Control (Lots of features)
  • Customizable Battery icon
  • Notification Count in status bar
  • GlowPad Torch
  • Custom Carrier Label
  • Hide network label (Hides carrier and wifi labels)
  • Notification drawer style
  • Notification drawer Shortcuts
  • Hardware Button configuration
  • Dark and blue default Wallpapers
  • Custom Quicksettings Tile
  • Integrated C-Lock
  • Flip to end call/silence
  • Add Long-Click to Preference Tile
  • Configurable Vibration Duration
  • Alternative default app picker
  • Vibration multiplier control
  • Stock Messaging and email icon is blue
  • Customizable clear all position

Warning!

This tutorial is only for AT&T LG G2 D800. Don’t try this guide on any other Android device. Also, we (PrimeHowTo) are not responsible for any damage caused due to the instruction given in this page. Try this at your own risk. However, it is very unlikely that your device will be damaged if you follow all the instructions as it is which are mentioned in procedure.

 

Pre Requisites:

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1. It’s advisable to backup your data prior flashing. I recommend app Helium for this purpose, however you can use any other preferred backup app. [General Guide]

2. Make sure your device have enough battery power (at least 50% battery power) to avoid any accidental brick. You can install an app like Battery Notifier BT Free on your Android device to check it easily.

3. You must have USB Driver Installed for AT&T LG G2 D800 in your PC. If you manage to access your phone data after connecting to your computer then you already have USB driver installed. [Download Driver Manually]

4. Make sure USB Debugging is enabled otherwise it’s won’t be possible to transfer file between PC and AT&T LG G2 D800. By default its enabled, so you don’t have to worry. [General Guide]

5. Your device must have latest available custom recovery installed. [General Guide]

Hope, you already checked all pre-requisites. It’s time to follow the step-by-step guide on how to install Android 4.4.4 KitKat based LiquidSmooth v3.2 ROM (milestone build) on AT&T LG G2 D800.

File Required(Download by clicking on it)

  1. LiquidSmooth v3.2 milestone For AT&T LG G2 D800 [Filename: LS-KK-MileStone-3.2-d800.zip]
  2. Google Apps [Filename: Liquid_gapps.4.4.4.build.8.1.zip]

How to Install Android 4.4.4 KitKat based LiquidSmooth v3.2 (milestone build) ROM on AT&T LG G2 D800

  1. Transfer downloaded file to your Android device by connecting to PC. Make sure you copied all files on SD Card (avoid coping within folder). Important: Don’t extract any files.
  2. Disconnect your device from computer and then turn off your AT&T LG G2 D800.
  3. Now, boot into recovery mode. To do so, press and hold Volume down & Power, when the LG logo appears release and press them again, then press the Power button three times! In recovery use Volume Keys to navigate between option and Power Key to select an option.
    1. You can also try: How To Boot Into Recovery Without Key Combination
  4. First of all create an image of your existing OS by performing Nandroid backup of your existing ROM which you can restore later if this new ROM don’t perform the way you want or if there any glitch. To do so, select Backup and Restore, then on the next screen, select Backup again. Go back to main recovery menu after backup is complete.
  5. Now, perform data wiping task. To perform this, select wipe data/factory reset, then select Yes on next screen to confirm your action. Wait few minutes till the data wipe is complete. Now come back to CWM recovery main menu. Select wipe cache partition and after wiping process done, select Wipe Dalvik Cache under advance option to perform Dalvik cache wiping. Perform this step 3 times to avoid any bootloop issue.
  6. Select install zip from sdcard, then select choose zip from sdcard. Now, locate the LiquidSmooth v3.2 Zip file that you copied earlier in Step 1 and select it by pressing Power button. Confirm installation by selecting Yes – Install _____.zip on the next screen. The ROM installation will begin.
  7. Once the ROM installation process end, repeat the Step 6 but choose the Liquid_gapps.4.4.4.build.8.1.zip file instead of ROM zip to install the Google apps package.
  8. When installation is completed, perform the Step 4 one more time and then go back to the main recovery menu and select reboot system now to reboot your AT&T LG G2 D800 and boot into Android 4.4.4 KitKat ROM LiquidSmooth v3.2.
  9. Returning to Previous ROM: To go back to your previous ROM, boot into recovery, select backup and restore then restore your previous ROM by selecting it from the list.

Tutorial For TWRP Recovery Users:

  1. Transfer downloaded file to your Android device by connecting to PC. Make sure you copied all files on SD Card (avoid coping within folder). Important: Don’t extract any files.
  2. Disconnect your device from computer and then turn off your AT&T LG G2 D800.
  3. Now, boot into recovery mode. To do so, press and hold Volume down & Power, when the LG logo appears release and press them again, then press the Power button three times!
    1. You can also try: How To Boot Into Recovery Without Key Combination
  4. Create a Backup using TWRP Backup Option.
  5. Perform a Factory Reset (this will delete all apps and their settings and game progress). To do this, Tap on Wipe, then at the bottom of the screen do a Swipe on the ‘Swipe to factory reset‘ option.
  6. Now add zip file for flashing. to do so, tap on Install, then browse to the location where you saved the files and tap on the LiquidSmooth v3.2 Zip file. Then tap on Add More Zips, and add Liquid_gapps.4.4.4.build.8.1.zip. Now at the bottom of the screen, do a swipe on the Swipe to confirm flash option to begin flashing.
  7. When installation is completed, go back to the main recovery menu and tap on Reboot and then, tap on System to reboot your AT&T LG G2 D800 and boot into Android 4.4.4 KitKat ROM LiquidSmooth v3.2.
  8. Returning to Previous ROM: To go back to your previous ROM, boot into recovery, select Backup then through Restore option, restore your previous ROM by selecting it from the list.

That’s it! You just learned how to update your AT&T LG G2 D800 to Android 4.4.4 KitKat custom firmware using LiquidSmooth v3.2. Explore the latest Android 4.4.4 KitKat based LiquidSmooth v3.2 ROM. [Note: If you facing problem to run root only app then enable developer settings first (tap the build number 8 times under about device), then enable root under Developer Settings]

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