How to Flash 6.0 Marshmallow ROM on Verizon LG G3 VS985 47A

How to Flash 6.0 Marshmallow ROM on Verizon LG G3 VS985 47A

The most latest and users favorite Android OS iteration is Android Marshmallow till date. It brings so many advancements and improvements with bundle of great new features to the Android OS. Marshmallow latest updates has been already rolled out for the LG G3, but the Verizon variant of LG G3 model VS985 is eagerly waiting for the update to release soon. But if you are already tired of waiting and don’t want to wait more until the official update release then go through this guide to flash the update to your Verizon LG G3 VS985 47A.

Few points you should know about this latest firmware release.

  • This firmware has all the bloatware so it is not debloated.
  • Disable all OTA and Verizon stock apps, otherwise your phone rooted status will be logged into the server.
  • It has been modified with a systemless SuperSU 2.67 beta and Busybox.
  • During the modification some security checks defined by LG have been removed.
  • OTA updates are not supported with this firmware. So do not perform any OTA update.


We at DroidCosmo are not responsible for any damage to your device that could occur during this process.


Instructions to Flash 6.0 Marshmallow ROM on Verizon LG G3 VS985 47A

Step 1. Backup your device

First take a complete nandroid backup of your phone. You can use Nandroid Manager to perform full backup of your device.

Note : This is a recommended action in case you lose your device data.

Step 2. Flash the bootstack (

Go to the download section above, click on the given link to download this zip file.

Step 3. Prepare your device for the next step

Use TWRP(recovery image) to wipe device data and cache. If the install zip file is on the SD card, do not wipe internal storage.

Step 4. Flash firmware on your device

Firmware file link is given in the download section above, download and flash the firmware file.

Note : If you get a prompt to install SuperSU on TWRP, do not swipe the prompt.

Once the system will flash successfully, it will reboot twice; this is the normal behavior of SuperSU installation process.

That’s all!

Congrats! Now your device should be running the Rooted Marshmallow ROM with SuperSU.


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