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Top 5 LG G3 MODs – XDA Developer TV
The LG G3 has been LG’s breakout hit of the summer. Using their knowledge from building some Nexus Devices and improving on the LG G2, the G3 is a beast right out of the box! However here at XDA, we are never completely satisfied with a stock device. While our review of the device shows off the stock features, there is always more you can do with your LG G3.
In today’s episode, XDA Developer TV Newcomer Jared shows off the Top 5 LG G3 MODs. He talks about 5 Mods, that in no particular order that really help expand your LG G3’s capabilities. Jared talks about a lock screen mod, a camera mod, thermal mods, a split view mod, and Xposed Tweaksbox Module. So if you wanted to see what these MODs offer and get insight into how they run, check out this video!
Links to OnePlus One ROMs on XDA:
- Lockscreen MOD
- Camera MOD, 2 threads:
- Thermal MODs
- Split-View All Apps MOD
- Xposed TweaksBox Module
Check out Jared’s YouTube Channel.
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