LGUP checks the current phone to see what specific model it is. In my case it's an LG v20 F800L. I'd like to install the H990 kdz on it instead because I don't want a bunch of Korean language apps that I can't read and I can't uninstall. When I try to load a kdz file using LGUP I get an error that says roughly
invalid kdz F800L->H990
Can LGUP be tricked about what model the phone is or the kdz file is? Otherwise, what other ways are there to install a stock kdz when it doesn't necessarily match the phone's specific model?
What I tried so far:
I ran grep on the kdz
grep -an "F800L" H990N20d_00_OPEN_HK_DS_OP_0920.kdz | less #-a for binary n to show the line number. Piped to LESS because otherwise the output might do some funky stuff to your computer.
The search for the string "H990" showed 3 instances. Next I ran
sed -i 's+H990+F800L+g'
to change instances of H990 to F800L. The new file size was 3 bytes larger, which was expected because F800L is one character longer and there were three instances. When I tried loading the new file to the phone using LGUP it just gives an error
Error: KDZ file is invalid. so there's some kind of checksum.
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