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[UTILITY] LG-G2 Toolkit | Multi Root | Multi Flash Recovery | LINUX/MAC

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What about flashing kdz?
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Hi @Homero2 is it compatible with Lollipop?
I want to use it on Deepin 2014.3, that is based on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS.
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What about flashing kdz?

For sure it will awesome if we could flash .kdz on Ubuntu, but I will not be surprised if devs told us LG Flash Tool could only works on Windows (drivers, etc.), so wait...

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I've created this tool to see that most of the support for the G2 you have on Windows, and little or very little under Linux. So that I started to work and this is the first dislike, it is a beta, but I have tested it and apparently everything, except low Mac works, having no system iOS not have been able to test, so you have Mac and try it can give their opinion and report possible errors.

I got a question: what if I flash the stock recovery while I'm always under a Custom ROM, such as Resurrection Remix or Cloudy for example?
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