After update my Optimus L3 got in a "No service" situation. The strange part is that i have signal and im able to access the internet using mobile network (wifi off). After a long research i fugered out that my IMEI was 0 (zero). I finded a lot of solutions to this problem but none of then was compatible with my device or brand.
Its possible to perform this in an Optimus L3? How can i access the Port Settings?
(ultimate solution for several LG devices) Restoring IMEI
1.Connect phone by USB 2.Activate USB debug mode 3.Enter 3845#*920# in dialer if that doesn’t work try 3845#*925# 4.Select Port Settings -> Select CP Image Download 5.A new device should appear at let it install 6.Open Tutty and select serial protocol. Click on open 7.Type AT if response is not OK, change port number (it is possible that when typing you don’t see any letters) 8.Type at%imei, it should display a dummy IMEI 9.Type at%imei=x,x,x,x,x,x,x,x,x,x,x,x,x,x,x where x,x,x... is your orginal IMEI number (found under the battery of your phone). It should response IMEI WRITE OK 10.Reboot phone
So I wanted to install a custom ROM to my P350 today and it seems I can't get into recovery mode. When I try to get into recovery, it shows the LG screen, shows that recovery mode screen, freezes on that screen, reboots and EVERYTHING ON MY PHONE GETS RESET,
I've tried 3 different ways to get into recovery, all of them have this result. It is very annoying that each time I try to get into recovery the phone gets a factory reset. How can I get into recovery?
I cannot get into my recovery. Alright so i bricked my AT&T lg optimus g after trying to delete some bloatware after rooting my phone. I unbricked it by using LGNPST and got stock android 4.1.2. My software version is E97020j. The phone works perfectly fine but i cant get into recovery and i want to flash some custom roms. I can root my phone perfectly fine. The only way ive seen that unlocks the bootloader of the optimus g is a program called project freegee. When i try it, it tries to reboot into my recovery and bricks my phone. Then i have to use LGNPST again.
Ive used apps like clockwork mod manager and it says i already have TWRP and Clockworkmod recovery installed but it wont reboot into any of them. It just comes up to a black screen and says "Secure boot error, cause: boot certification verify." Ive tried getting into recovery using adb on my computer and using the old hold power button and up volume button method but nothing has worked. I cant find online how to get my old stock recovery image or how to fix the red triangle and i dont know how to uninstall TWRP and Clockworkmod. The methods for other phones doesnt work on mine.
My phone is stuck at clockworkmod recovery 220.127.116.11, and it wont even load up to the stock screen of android, I've tried zefie's technique of putting the phone into emergency mode, but it still didn't work.
I accidentally flashed the wrong recovery onto my LG Optimus V. The phone is stuck in a boot loop and I am unable to make a selection in recovery. How can I flash the correct version of clockwork mod without doing it through the phone?
I recently rooted my LG Optimus L3-8C (E400) running stock rom and version 2.3.6 Gingerbread (yuck) and I followed all the instructions from this video:
in order to flash the CM9 ROM. Problem is I can NOT reboot into recovery no matter what I do it seems. When I try tp reflash the CWM recovery it tells me "successfully installed!" then when I press 'reboot into recovery" it gets stuck on the LG logo for so long I often have to hold the power button to go back to my device. I even download "recovery flasher utility" found here [URL]....but, whenever I run the app it tells me "no recovery.img" found onexternal SDCARD even though I placed it there! I tried to fastboot but whenever I run CMD it tells me " 'fastboot is not recognized."
I'm having trouble booting my LG Optimus G into recovery mode. I've rooted the phone and installed ClockworkMod recovery. When I try to boot into recovery, either from the ROMmanager app or by holding Volume Up and Power, it comes up with the LG logo and gives this error: Secure Booting Error! Cause: boot certification verify. It just stays like that until I press and hold the power button again until the phone shuts off entirely. Then I'm able to boot into the stock operating system and the phone works fine, but I can never get it to boot into recovery.
The error I mentioned above seems to be a well documented error on the internet, but it seems like other people that are having the trouble are completely bricking their phones. Mine is able to come out of it. All the solutions I'm finding pertain to a phone that's completely bricked and involve taking the phone back to stock. My phone works fine with the stock ROM, but I'd like to play with some custom ROM's.
Im really stuck, my phone is rooted, is deleted something that i didn't know was important(with titanium backup pro) and it failed everytime to restore, so i tried to reset my phone to default setting.
But guess what, my phone boot but stop at "the application settings(process com.android.settings) has stopped unexpectedly. Force close )
I got a back up of the original rom that i made with clockworkmod so i would like to restore it. But i cannot boot in systeme recory mode
vol up/down + home + power = no result vol up/down + back + power = yellow and it says "emergency mode!! but nothing happen"
A day ago my phone was running the Optimus Bean custom rom based on v10i and it was running perfectly.
When I flashed this rom I had no problems with the kdz flasher. So yesterday I decided to flash the SimpleBlue rom by snx based on v10k, but everytime I get this error:
"wparam 100 lparam 4010" or "MOD UptestEX MFC application has stopped working".
I thought it might be the custom rom that was corrupt or something so I tried to flash my phone back to stock v10i. Still getting the same errors (with every .kdz file I use). Since my phone is stuck in the emergency screen I can't do anything but use the kdz flasher.
I had done several things before (rooting, installing cwm recovery through rom manager, etc) until my phone got bricked, and tried a lot of things until i have flashed Cyanogenmod, and it woks just fine (and its cool), but I have changed it back to original stock firmware using KDZ flasher. Now, I tried to boot my phone in recovery mode (by holding volume down+back+power button) and CWM recovery is booted. I want to get rid of it and restore back my original recovery, because, i suppose, it was the reason why my phone was bricked before (i wiped and formatted the system and updated the firmware using fOTA, and the result was a CWM bootloop)
How to start my LG Optimus Net P690 in recovery and downloading mode?
Which is the latest stock firmware available for my LG Optimus Net, my PC suite is always showing that no new version is available, but I am having 2.3.6 in my Galaxy POP while in LG its 2.3.4. LG Optimus Net is actually launched later than the galaxy POP...
Where I can find the LG stock firmwares? Is there any Custom ROMs available for LG Optimus Net P690?
A boot loop happen after i tried installing cyanogenmod 7 early realease from this forum. Now the device stuck in boot and will display cyanogenmod 7 blue circle around 3 -4 seconds over and over. I need to do a factory reset, but now it stuck in boot loop and it does not have a key combination to go into recovery mod.
I have lg optimus e 975 indian version . I have accidently restored my phone to factory settings there were some important videos in my internal. I want to recover those videos Those were very important.
So I was having a problem with my Optimus V (Virginmobile) and I couldn't send or receive texts. I did a factory restart thinking it would work but then found myself at the recovery menu. When I try to flash xionia_cwma_12518.6.zip it says E:cant find update script. When I try and flash CM7.2RC1_VM670-BobZhome-052012 it installs and when I reboot i get taken back to the recovery menu.
In short; My Virgin Mobile Optimus V is stuck in a recovery loop that I am unable to get out of due to an error while trying to flash ROMs/ Custom Recovery.
The error reads at the end of all attempts: E: Can't find update script.
I have a Nabi 2 tablet that I've rooted, installed TWRP, and flash the gapps and a few other tweaks to. It's about to go in for an RMA since the USB and charging ports are both broken. The problem in the USB port is that one of the pins got bent - I don't know how, it looks like the conductor somehow got peeled back off of the plastic. The point is, I have no USB access to the device.
In order to pass the inspection for the RMA, I need to have it stock I can flash the stock ROM by putting it on the SDCard in my laptop then transferring that to the device and flashing it through TWRP. The question I have, though, is whether I can flash the stock recovery with ADB access to it. Every thread I've been able to uncover so far about flashing a recovery requires ADB access to issue the "adb fastboot flash" command. Is there another way to do this?
I tried to flash CWM Recovery but when the 'confirm your device' menu popped up, my phone wasn't there so i just selected the first one on the list. Now when i try to reboot into recovery, nothing happens. It just boots up normally. how to either flash stock recovery or a custom recovery that will work?
From this link====>[URL] ....., I think it can do that. But I'm not sure.
2. Can recovery flash recovery partition itself?
I think it can not do this. Not confirm that.
3. We know in update.zip, boot.img is corresponding boot partition, but why system is a folder, not system.img? There is a system partition also.
4. While OTA upgrade system, why the update package downloaded under /cache path? Can we change it to sdcard?
5. Most important, what exactly update-script do things under recovery mode? How the command executed?
BTW, there are other questions, but not related to Recovery Mode.
1. How can I see the flash partitions? I know to use the command cat /proc/mtd, but as Samsung, it use emmc flash, while I type that command, no results printed. How to see?
2. About userdata partition, we know that when first run android OS, system will copy files from /system to /data, but does it do it every time that we turn on the phone or just do it once after the first booting after we update our system?
I hit the top button. Flash Clockworkmod recovery or what ever it said. I then backed up my Current ROM. I then downloaded Cyanogen v6.0.0 cr2. It downloaded and rebooted my phone. But It went to a screen with a Triangle w/ exclamation and a phone under it. I then hit the up vol button and camera, and now I'm at the Android system recovery page and I don't know what to do next. These are my options reboot system now apply sdcard:update.zip wipe data/factory rest wipe cache partition wipe base band data. I did click to backup current ROM and wipe data and cache.
I have an AT&T SGS4 with a melted USB port so there is no way for me to use fastboot or Odin to flash bootloaders, etc. Is it possible to flash a Samsung factory bootloader through recovery?
What I am trying to accomplish:
I am on Touchwiz 4.3 and the 4.4.2 KK release was leaked in our forum. I used the dsixda kitchen to break it down and made a ROM out of it that successfully flashed in recovery but kernel panics at the AT&T splash boot screen because the RAMdisk doesn't match the bootloader version. So I need to upgrade the bootloader to the 4.4.2 version so it will boot.
I unpacked the RAMdisk and there is nothing in any of the init.xx files that points to the bootloader. I even used a hex editor to look at the init binary which references the bootloader but there was nothing in there that I could change (from what I saw).
I need to flash a file that locks the bootloader. It contains Aroma Installer. Is there a way to flash it without booting into recovery? Something linke an app that flashes the file directly from the phone?