Almost two years ago, LG V35 ThinQ (LMV350N) was launched which was also known as LG V35+ ThinQ (128GB). It’s one of the flagship-grade smartphones from LG that has plenty of impressive features or hardware specs according to its price range. However, it can possible that some of the LG V35 ThinQ users may have issues with the performance or stability of LG UX. Plenty of LG users want to shift to any third-party firmware and that can cause multiple issues. So, if in case, you want to install the LG V35 ThinQ LMV350N Stock ROM Firmware (Flash File) then check this guide completely.
Well, Android is well known for its customizations whether it’s visual customization or system-level customization. But not all users may gonna happy with their customization or even flashing the firmware or rooting or installing mods, etc. Therefore, it becomes very necessary for all to go back to the official stock firmware again for a fresh start. Meanwhile, some of the unfortunate users can also find that their handset isn’t working like earlier.
Now, that may be performance drop, lagging or stuttering, battery draining, device stuck in the boot loop issue, or bricking issue due to the improper custom firmware flashing as not all are a geek here. So, it’s one of the best solutions to get your device life, and obviously if it’s your primary device to flash the stock ROM on the handset again to fix most of the issues.
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LG V35 ThinQ Specifications
The LG V35 ThinQ has a 6-inches P-OLED display that has HDR10 support, 1440×2880 pixels resolution, an 18:9 aspect ratio screen, Corning Gorilla Glass 5, Always-on display mode, etc. It has a military standard 810G toughness with IP68 dust/water resistance. It runs on Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box and upgraded to Android 9.0 Pie. The handset is powered by an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC, Adreno 630 GPU.
It packs a 6GB of RAM and 64GB/128GB of internal storage that has a dedicated MicroSD card slot. While talking about the main camera, it sports a dual 16MP (f/1.6) standard and (f/1.9) ultrawide lens that offers PDAF, Laser AutoFocus, 3-axis OIS, an LED flash, HDR, Panorama mode, etc. On the front side, it packs an 8MP (f/1.9), wide-angle selfie shooter. In terms of the battery, it has a 3,300mAh battery with 18W fast charging support.
The LG V35 ThinQ features a 3.5mm audio jack, B&O Play certified audio quality, dual-band Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Wi-Fi Direct, DLNA, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, A-GPS, GLONASS, GALILEO, NFC, Stereo FM Radio with RDS, USB Type-C port, 10W wireless charging. While it also has a rear-mounted finger sensor, an ambient light sensor, an accelerometer, gyroscope, proximity, compass, barometer, color spectrum sensor.
Steps to Install LG V35 ThinQ LMV350N Stock ROM Firmware (Flash File)
Here in this guide, we will be sharing the easy method to flash the KDZ file on your LG V35 ThinQ handset by using the LG Flash Tool. Before heading over to the flashing guide below, make sure to follow all the requirements properly. Also, ensure to download all the necessary stuff from the links below.
As usual, here we’ve shared a couple of necessary pre-requisites to read and follow properly before jumping over to the firmware flashing steps. These pre-requirements are useful to get things ready which will gonna be useful while flashing.
1. Firmware Compatibility:
It’s worth mentioning that this particular firmware file that we’ve provided will gonna only work for your LG V35 ThinQ model. Don’t try flashing the firmware on other LG models to avoid any kind of bricking or stuck in the boot loop issue.
2. Take a Full Backup
Make sure to take a full data backup of your device before doing anything especially firmware flashing. Sometimes flashing a ROM can delete the internal data or even your data can be messed up during flashing. So, to keep things simple and save your data better, just follow this backup method (without root). Alternatively, if you’ve already installed a custom recovery like TWRP on your handset then you can also take a Nandroid Backup by following this method.
3. Maintain Battery Charge
It’s always recommended to check whether your handset is fully charged or not. Even if it’s not fully charged, just make sure to maintain at least a 50%-60% charge level before performing any task to avoid occasional shutdowns or battery juice run out issues.
4. Get Ready a Computer and a USB Cable
Before flashing the firmware file on your handset using a flash tool, you’ll require a PC/Laptop and a USB Data Cable to connect your handset to the PC. Once connected, you can flash the downloaded firmware on your device via the flash tool.
5. Download Flash Tool and Drivers:
Additionally, make sure to download all the required flash files on your PC before you try this guide.
Download Flash Files:
Firmware Installation Guide:
Without further ado, let’s get into the firmware installation process below.
- We assume that you’ve already installed both the LG USB Driver and LG Flash Tool on your PC. [If not done yet, do this first]
- Next, boot your LG handset in the Download Mode. Just press and hold the Volume Up button of the phone > Connect your device to the PC via a USB cable (Don’t release the volume up button)
- Once connected, you can release the power button.
- Now, open the LGFlashTool.exe file > The flash tool interface will appear.
- Choose CDMA from the Select Type drop-down list.
- Then click on the Select File (folder icon) to browse and choose the firmware file for your LG model.
- So, choose the KDZ firmware file and click on Open.
- Now, click on the Normal Flash option below.
- The Read Phone Information window will appear.
- Just click on the START button.
- Next, you’ll have to choose the language and country from the Select Country & Language pop-up.
- Once done, click on OK to begin the firmware flashing process.
- It generally takes a couple of minutes to complete the flashing process depending on the firmware file size.
- Once the flashing is done, your handset will restart automatically.
- Again booting your device for the first time after firmware flashing can take a couple of minutes.
- Once your mobile turned on, just disconnect the USB cable from the handset.
That’s it, guys. We hope you’ve found this guide pretty helpful. Feel free to ask in the comment below for additional queries.