Unlike traditional Android devices, you'll need to follow these steps below in order to boot the LG G6 and G6+ into the stock or a custom recovery mode.
If you ever need to return to stock Android, you will need to follow these steps to boot the LG G6 and G6+ into a special mode called Download Mode.
Here, you will find methods to unlocking the bootloader of every version of the LG G6 (when they become available) so be sure to bookmark this guide.
If you ever need to relock the bootloader of the LG G6 or G6+, you can follow these simple steps outlined in the tutorial down below.
If you need to troubleshoot battery life, performance, or overheating issues, then boot the LG G6 or G6+ into Safe Mode to see if it's caused by an app.
Following this step by step guide will walk you through the process on how to enable or disable the Application Drawer on the LG G6 and G6+.
To stop your LG G6 or G6+ from automatically downloading and installing OTA updates, you'll want to follow the step by step guide detailed below.
Ringtone ID on the LG G6 and G6+ lets you customize the ringtones used when someone calls you, and you can enable this feature by following these steps.
By default, LG puts 3rd-party application icons inside a rounded square, but you can disable this feature by following the step by step guide below.
If you want more or less icons on the Home Screen of the LG G6 and G6+, you can follow these steps to change it to a 4x4, 4x5...