Install official LineageOS 14.1 on T-Mobile LG G5 H830 – Download Now

LG G5 is 2016 flagship from Popular Korean manufacturer LG, the device is equipped with a decent hardware and that’s the reason it is still being used all around the globe. LG has left firmware update support for this device already and Android 7.0 Nougat was the last major update released for this device.

Team LineageOS considered the requests from the users and released Android 7.1.2 Nougat via official LineageOS 14.1 nightly for the LG G5 users on T-Mobile. If you are planning to install the LineageOS 14.1 on your device then we are here to help you on that.

In this guide we have mentioned the process to download and install official LineageOS 14.1 nightly ROM on T-Mobile LG G5 H830. Just read more to see the instructions.


Download official LineageOS 14.1 ROM for T-Mobile LG G5 H830

TWRP custom recovery must be installed on your device. Download TWRP recovery for T-Mobile LG G5 here and then follow the instruction over here to install it on your device.

Create a Nandroid back of complete device in just one tap. Follow this guide


Download the official LineageOS 14.1 ROM zip for T-Mobile LG G5 H830. Link (H830)

Download Android 7.1.2 Nougat Google Apps (Gapps): Mirror

Process to install official LineageOS 14.1 on T-Mobile LG G5 H830

Connect your device to PC using data cable and move the above downloaded ROM and gapps zip files on the storage of your device.

Now head to the final process and follow the instructions to install custom ROM via TWRP.

That’s it! If you have successfully updated official LineageOS 14.1 ROM on your device give us your feedback. If you want to ask any question just drop your comment below.

Final thoughts! Although an upgrade from Android 7.0 Nougat to Android 7.1.2 Nougat doesn’t seems much impressive upgrade but still if you are custom ROM lover and want to see stock Android UI on your device then LineageOS ROM is a good choice. You can customize the ROM according to your choice along multiple tweaking options which you can’t find on the stock firmware.

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