1. yubeie's Avatar
    Okay.. After waiting several weeks.. I've given up hope and decided to upgrade my tablet to cm11 based on kikat... Oh my... This tablet rocks!! This is the closest it can get to gpe... it's been very stable.. I definitely recommend it!

    @Gpad8.3 with CM11
    03-11-2014 11:01 PM
  2. zedorda's Avatar
    Did you use the installer?
    03-11-2014 11:05 PM
  3. yubeie's Avatar
    Did you use the installer?
    I rooted the device... Installed TWRP.. And then flashed the cm11 nightly zip... Followed by gapps zip.. Pretty straight forward!

    @Gpad8.3 with CM11
    03-11-2014 11:20 PM
  4. zedorda's Avatar
    Ahh ok a nightly. I am waiting for a stable release myself.
    03-11-2014 11:21 PM
  5. dorblayzer's Avatar
    Okay.. After waiting several weeks.. I've given up hope and decided to upgrade my tablet to cm11 based on kikat... Oh my... This tablet rocks!! This is the closest it can get to gpe... it's been very stable.. I definitely recommend it!

    @Gpad8.3 with CM11
    hey,
    i've never rooted a android device before, if something go wrong i can go back to the lg factory image?

    thank you
    03-12-2014 05:12 PM
  6. zedorda's Avatar
    hey,
    i've never rooted a android device before, if something go wrong i can go back to the lg factory image?

    thank you
    Do as much research as you can first. Root doesn't change your factory image it just gives you access to the root partition and control of it. In most cases all that really happens is a couple files are placed in internal memory to protect and control root access. These file can be removed and unroot without ever changing the stock image.
    dorblayzer likes this.
    03-12-2014 05:35 PM
  7. yubeie's Avatar
    hey,
    i've never rooted a android device before, if something go wrong i can go back to the lg factory image?

    thank you
    As listed by other users, Rooting just adds a few files and should not change anything with respect to the ROM. That said, using the lg mobile manager utility you might be able refresh the device to stock.. But I haven't tried it myself.. Nexus devices are great in this regard since you can always flash the stock image!

    The process itself is extremely easy and should not take more than a few mins.

    @Gpad8.3 with CM11
    dorblayzer likes this.
    03-12-2014 06:07 PM

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