In this guide, you will learn a safe method to Unbrick LG G4 With LG Flash Tool & return Back to Stock ROM / Firmware.Using this method you can unbrick / Fix boot loop of your LG G4.You only need a PC and LG Flash tool.Don’t worry we will provide download links and full guide on How to Unbrick LG G4 With LG Flash Tool

LG G4 is one of the most popular Flagship phones of 2015.This LG device is loved by most of the tech lovers & there are many people who are using this beast as their daily driver.

When you bricked your device or stuck at boot (Boot loop), at the time the best way to fix this by Flashing the Stock ROM / Firmware on your device.You can do it by the help of Flashing tools.In this case, we will be using Lg’s LG Flash tool.Follow the detailed guide below to safely Unbrick LG G4 With LG Flash Tool & Back To Stock



→LG USB drivers should be installed on your PC link–> LG Drivers

→This is Only For LG G4 Models (LG G4 H815, LG G4 T-Mobile H811, LG G4 US Cellular US991, LG G4 VS986)


Download the stock Firmware .tot/.kdz file link below

LG G4 H815 – Download

LG G4 T-Mobile H811 – Download

LG G4 US Cellular US991 – Download

LG G4 VS986 – Download

Download the latest version check here for the latest

Download the LG Flash tool

Unbrick LG G4 With LG Flash
Tool & Back To Stock

Step By Step Guide

1.Download and Install LG Flash tool on your PC (download section above)
Download the Stock Firmware Of Lg G4 according to the model number

2.Now Boot your device into the download mode, you can do by pressing and holding Volume down button while connecting it to PC using USB cable.

3.Now Open Lg Flash tool on your PC
(tapping LGFlashtool2014.exe) Once launched, Choose CDMA type from the menu Go to “Select Kdz file”, find and locate the downloaded firmware file. (Stock ROM)

4.Then just select normal Flash and don’t do any other changes Click start to start the Flashing process.

It will take some time so wait till the
process is completed Once Flashing done, your device should be unbricked and you should have the stock ROM / Firmware on your device.