Former Writer · Apr 17, 2012 at 04:00 am

Tool for the Optimus 3D Installs Your Favorite Recovery

XDA Senior Member Paki0402 has developed a tool for Windows computers that allows users to install any of the currently available recoveries for the LG Optimus 3D. The application features an easy to use GUI that will, as mentioned, flash any one of the three recoveries currently available for the Optimus 3D.

The options currently include ClockworkMod Recovery, ClockworkMod Recovery Touch and the stock Android recovery for those looking to unroot their phones. Basically, the users press which recovery they want to install and the application will slow walk them through the steps to ensure they don’t mess anything up. It’s a very pleasant application with a number of uses, specifically for those who’ve rooted their devices and have not yet ventured to flash a custom recovery.

The version is called “XDA-Edition” because the integrated help links are going directly to this thread.

You can find the download links, screen shots, and more in the original thread.


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