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Default Device ID'd as "palman" or "awifi" - cannot flash ROM

So, I have root (confirmed), unlocked bootloader (I guess), TWRP 2.7

I tried:
- omni-4.4.2-20140514-v500-HOMEMADE.zip
- cm-11-20140618-NIGHTLY-v500.zip
- cm-11-20140619-INFECTED-v500.zip

But it always says, that my device is a "palman" and no "v500". I made it to get the Slim-v500-4.4.3.build.5.9-INFECTED-20140616-1124.zip installed once, but then I ended up in a Boot-Loop wit the original "LG Logo - Security Error" screen. So I reverted everything with TWRP. Now I can only boot in TWRP and cannot get any ROM to run.

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Addition:

Now I was able to Flash cm-11-20140618-NIGHTLY-v500.zip, although i edited the update script and removing the first line where it verifies the model. So it flashed the ROM correctly, but upon restarting, I ended up with the 'official' "LG Logo - Security Error".

So I did a restart via Power+Vol- into All three buttons. The Factory Reset screen comes up, when I hit Vol+ twice I gets me back into TWRP, but on the way there it also shows up the

Secure booting Error!
Cause : Device Unlock!, so Boot Success!!!

.... and now?
 
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Aight, Now with the LG Mobile Support Tool and using Download-Mode on the device, I am hopefully able to go back to stock... Needs to DL 1,2 gig though -.-
So I guess I'll stick with the stock, except anyone is able to tell me where I went wrong...

I'm thinking:

1. towelroot
2. flashify for TWRP
3. choose rom and flash

right? Or do I have to do something extra to the bootloader?
 
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Aight, Now with the LG Mobile Support Tool and using Download-Mode on the device, I am hopefully able to go back to stock... Needs to DL 1,2 gig though -.-
So I guess I'll stick with the stock, except anyone is able to tell me where I went wrong...

I'm thinking:

1. towelroot
2. flashify for TWRP
3. choose rom and flash

/right? Or do I have to do something extra to the bootloader?
If you have the palman device, you have the Google Play edition, and should not be trying to install Roms for the 500 device. All that is out for the palman device is the sleekai kernel, and a base ROM with no extras. If you have the palman device, install the sleekai kernel and exposed and you will be better off anyway.
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Is palman is the one have v510?? so awifi is v500 that i have, lol.
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Phone: Sony Xperia Z2 Black LTE (D6503)>Locked BL>Stock 4.4.2>TWRP 2.7.1>Rooted.
Tablet: LG G Pad 8.3 (Wi-Fi Only) aka (V500) White>[HERE]LRS (2.5)(20d)>[HERE]AIC Kernel (Beta v.1.1)>[HERE]TWRP Recovery(2.7.1.0)>[HERE]Rooted.


Had: SGS4 Active i9295 Blue>SG Mega 6.3 LTE (GT-I9205) Grey>LG Optimus Vu (P895) White>Nokia Lumia 820 Red>Nokia 701 Silver>Nokia 7230 Silver>Nokia 3110 (Evolve) aka (Classic) Black.
 
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I got it to work after all and was able to install the latest CM nightly. After I did the reinstallation of everything (with the LG tool), I did the following:

- root via towelroot
- installed TWRP 2.7.0
- installed TWRP 2.7.1
- installed CM via TWRP 2.7.1

Still, I have no idea why it was recognized wrong during the first tries...
 
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I got it to work after all and was able to install the latest CM nightly. After I did the reinstallation of everything (with the LG tool), I did the following:

- root via towelroot
- installed TWRP 2.7.0
- installed TWRP 2.7.1
- installed CM via TWRP 2.7.1

Still, I have no idea why it was recognized wrong during the first tries...


Good to hear bro.
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Phone: Sony Xperia Z2 Black LTE (D6503)>Locked BL>Stock 4.4.2>TWRP 2.7.1>Rooted.
Tablet: LG G Pad 8.3 (Wi-Fi Only) aka (V500) White>[HERE]LRS (2.5)(20d)>[HERE]AIC Kernel (Beta v.1.1)>[HERE]TWRP Recovery(2.7.1.0)>[HERE]Rooted.


Had: SGS4 Active i9295 Blue>SG Mega 6.3 LTE (GT-I9205) Grey>LG Optimus Vu (P895) White>Nokia Lumia 820 Red>Nokia 701 Silver>Nokia 7230 Silver>Nokia 3110 (Evolve) aka (Classic) Black.
 
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Just to get it clear. You have a v500 and you rooted it with towelroot and flashed the recovery sucessfully with Flashify ?
 
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something wrong in Loki, try to give it a search...

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Devices:
 
Phone: Sony Xperia Z2 Black LTE (D6503)>Locked BL>Stock 4.4.2>TWRP 2.7.1>Rooted.
Tablet: LG G Pad 8.3 (Wi-Fi Only) aka (V500) White>[HERE]LRS (2.5)(20d)>[HERE]AIC Kernel (Beta v.1.1)>[HERE]TWRP Recovery(2.7.1.0)>[HERE]Rooted.


Had: SGS4 Active i9295 Blue>SG Mega 6.3 LTE (GT-I9205) Grey>LG Optimus Vu (P895) White>Nokia Lumia 820 Red>Nokia 701 Silver>Nokia 7230 Silver>Nokia 3110 (Evolve) aka (Classic) Black.

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