LG G2 was one of the best device of last year. It was the first device to break the 2GHz clock speed barrier. The Nexus 5 specifications are based on the LG G2. Along with the great specs, the unique design of placing the volume buttons on the back side of the phone also caught the eye of many people.
Recently, LG G2 received the latest Android 4.4.2 KitKat upgrade. Root access to this update was received a few days ago. However there was some difficulty in installing a custom recovery. However, this problem has also been sorted out.
XDA member Cloudyfa has made an app named AutoRec – KitKat Recovery Installer which simplifies the process of installing TWRP recovery on the LG G2. You will have to make sure that the LG G2 is rooted. Once it is done, install the app on the device. Open the app and just click on Flash Recovery option. That’s it! The TWRP recovery will be installed.
Do note that AutoRec – KitKat Recovery Installer downgrades your phone’s KitKat bootloader to the older replaceable bootloader that allows installing a custom recovery. Replacing any of the partition on your LG G2 might prove risky. Install the app at your own risk!
This tool is available for all the variants. Find the download links below.