The LG G6 was once a popular Android smartphone and launched with Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box. However, gradually the popularity of the device declined with the advent of other flagship killers like the Samsung Galaxy S8, HTC U Ultra, OnePlus 3T, which come in the same price range with an added advantage of higher specifications. The LG G5, however, is still popular because it introduced a modular design to the world. Not much official development is going on for the LG G5 currently, but the developers are unstoppable. A recognized custom ROM developer for LG, xpirt, has come up with a new version of Fulmics ROM 3.1 for the LG G5. It supports all LG G5 variants including the US models as well; ready to download and install via TWRP recovery.

The latest version of Fulmics 3.1 ROM is based on the LG G6 firmware. Moreover, the firmware is based on Android 7.0 Nougat (NRD90U) with v20D baseband and a newer April 2017 security patch level. The major attraction of the custom ROM is that it incorporates LG G6 UX. That means all the LG G6 apps, features, user interface, etc. can now be experienced on LG G5. It has the Magisk & MagiskSU framework that provide root access, Google Assistant built-in, and much more. The full changelog is listed below.

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Features of latest Fulmics ROM:

Android 7.0 (NRD90U)
Based on LG v20D
Full UX 6.0
Magisk & MagiskSU
Fully deodexed
System-less
Battery life, performance and memory improvements
Improved ART verification and compilation
Sqlite3 support
Disabled logging & removed bloatware
Google Assistant built-in
Miniview from LG V20
Knock ON with 3 taps minimum
Fulmics Tweaks – tons of tweaks!
Fulmics OTA – keep up to date with latest fixes!
APM (Advanced Power Menu: Reboot, Hot Reboot, Recovery, Safe Mode)
Manual Video mode & GIF Encoder from LG G6
Camera: 60 FPS (FullHD), 64Bit (4k), 100% Quality (jpeg)
Aroma Installer
Model selection (H850, H830)
Custom LG apps removing
Custom Google apps removing
Custom addons installation (V4A 2.5.0.5, Headphones Sound Boost)
GPS Server and Region selection
Custom apps removing

Fulmics 3.1 update

Updated to latest LG H850 v20D base
Updated to latest Security Patch from April 2017
Updated T-Mobile carrier patch to latest LG H830 v20F base
Updated Magisk to latest 12.0 version
Updated Magisk Manager to latest 4.3.3 version
Updated all LG apps to their latest version
Ported full LG UX 6.0 from latest LG G6 v10D base
Ported built-in Google Assistant from LG G6
Ported Manual Video mode & GIF camera encoder from LG G6
Added tweak to enable rounded display corners
Added Always-on display tweaks:
hide battery icon
hide battery percentage
use old UX 5.0 style
Added tweak to enable High-Performance mode of Qualcomm audio DAC
Added support to widgets in Smart Bulletin (home with app drawer only)
Added back LG Application Manager in Settings-About

Screenshots:

How to install latest Fulmics ROM on LG G5 with LG G6 UX port?

The files listed are TWRP flashable. Meaning, your LG G5 device must be rooted with latest SuperSU and make sure TWRP is setup. Unlocked bootloader is a must.

Download latest Fulmics ROM 3.1 for LG G5

The following Fulmics ROM 3.1 comes with several bug fixes and is very stable for daily use. Improved battery life, performance and memory managements are key features of it.

Fulmics ROM v3.0 Full ROM | Download
File: FulmicsROM-3.0.zip [1.72 GB]

Fulmics ROM v3.1 OTA update | Download

Here is how to install instructions:

  • Once the TWRP is setup on LG G5, download the latest Fulmics 3.0 Full ROM and the v3.1 OTA update.
  • Transfer the two files to internals storage of LG device.
  • Reboot into TWRP.
  • Take a full Nandroid backup.
  • Wipe the data, system, cache.
  • Go to home screen and tap install and select the Full ROM file. Swipe to flash the package.
  • Your device will enter the AROMA installer.
  • Choose the features you want and proceed as instructed.
  • Similarly, flash the OTA update as well.
  • Once done, reboot to system.

First boot may require several minutes. For detailed TWRP tutorial, go to this page. Like and share us on social media.

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