24-11-14, 03:07 pm
Use and Apply OTA Updates
If you want to update with OTA release, first, on your LG L60 enable a WiFi connection.
The, on your phone tap on menu.
Go towards About Phone and select Software version.
Search for the OTA and if the notification is available just flash the same by following the on screen prompts.
Manually update / downgrade with official Android OS
Manually updating your LG L60 is easy, but in order to do so you will have to download the stock Android OS you want to install – you can download the software from any source you want.
Of course, place the update package on your computer.
On the same PC also download LG L60 PC Suite from
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Install the flashing program.
Connect your device with your computer.
Run the PC Suite and just follow the on screen prompts in order to complete the update operation.
Install a custom ROM firmware
For this part, it is required to use a rooted smartphone which is also installed with a custom recovery image – I recommend you to use CWM or TWRP recovery.
The first thing to do is to download the firmware file on your computer – you can get the update from any source you want.
Place the software on desktop and don’t unzip the same. If required, also download Google Apps package.
Them, transfer the downloaded files on your phone’s USB cable; in order to do so, first connect your handset with your computer.
Good; now turn off your phone.
And enter recovery mode on LG L60.
As mentioned already, from recovery make a wipe: just choose “wipe data factory reset” followed by “wipe cache partition” and by “wipe dalvick cache”.
When done, return to main menu of recovery and from there choose “install zip from SD card” and “choose zip from SD card”.
Pick the update file and install the same; if required, repeat the process for flashing Google Apps.
Finally, from main menu of recovery select “reboot system now”.