The fine folks over at XDA Developers finally have a fix for those that have been glaring at the overly-sharp text on their LG G3 for the last six months.
The LG G3 was one of the first phones with a Quad HD display. While experts were still debating the merits of quadrupling the number of pixels on the tiny screen in your pocket, LG went ahead and put a 5.5-inch 2560×1440 pixel panel in its flagship phone.
Indeed, the display was one of the sharpest we’d ever seen. Unfortunately, as Daniel mentioned in the review, LG also employed some over zealous artificial sharpening that proved extremely distracting when applied to certain fonts. Now, six months after the phone’s initial release, and four months after its Canadian debut, those bothered by the G3’s over sharpening have a solution. The catch is that you have to be willing to flash your phone.
Head over to the XDA developers forum for a custom kernel (courtesy of user Skin1980). This modified kernel doesn’t do anything other than remove the sharpening filter, so you don’t have to worry about getting saddled with a whole bunch of other changes you didn’t ask for. You’ll need to have an unlocked bootloader and a custom recovery to perform the flash, so proceed at your own risk
Source: XDA Developers