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By matt_62, Senior Member on 27th August 2014, 12:01 AM
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Hello XDA. I have problem with my International LG G2 (D802) with my NFC. I go to settings and turn on NFC and after a 15 seconds turning on the nfc greyed out again. Like self turn off. I don't get it. when i restore to stock firmware the same problem.
Any solution for that?

I am using CloudyG3 1.3 ROM

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27th August 2014, 04:15 AM |#2  
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Could it be a problem with the kernel? If not you may have a botched device.
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How can i know about the kernel and how to change it or something to see if it works becouse of that? Thanks

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27th August 2014, 07:07 AM |#4  
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Could it be a problem with the kernel? If not you may have a botched device.

And when i turn on its blinking and then again turn it off. Help!

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27th August 2014, 07:22 AM |#5  
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You can check your kernel through ADB. This is the input you put, without quotes.
"adb shell cat /proc/version"
And to change kernel, you simply do what you do when flashing a rom and flash the new kernel.
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You can check your kernel through ADB. This is the input you put, without quotes.
"adb shell cat /proc/version"
And to change kernel, you simply do what you do when flashing a rom and flash the new kernel.

Can u link me to some newer version of kernel that i can download and flash it?

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Can u link me to some newer version of kernel that i can download and flash it?

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Always make a nandroid backup through recovery.
I would suggest you use either Dorimanx (http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2725023) or RenderKernel (http://forum.xda-developers.com/lg-g...-roms-t2803929).
Dorimanx is for Stock Rom while use RenderKernel if you want to go to AOSP based roms.
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Always make a nandroid backup through recovery.
I would suggest you use either Dorimanx (http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2725023) or RenderKernel (http://forum.xda-developers.com/lg-g...-roms-t2803929).
Dorimanx is for Stock Rom while use RenderKernel if you want to go to AOSP based roms.

I flashed dorimanx new kernel and still not working. Any other ideas?

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27th August 2014, 08:12 AM |#9  
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I flashed dorimanx new kernel and still not working. Any other ideas?

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Then I'm guessing the problem is a hardware one. Have you ever dropped or bumped your phone? Even if you haven't have how long has this problem been occurring? Ever since you bought the phone or recently. This is because even though it could be a software problem, if you flashed the roms and kernels correctly, there shouldn't be any nfc issues in all of them. So in any case, I suggest you try to get the phone replaced or fixed.
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Then I'm guessing the problem is a hardware one. Have you ever dropped or bumped your phone? Even if you haven't have how long has this problem been occurring? Ever since you bought the phone or recently. This is because even though it could be a software problem, if you flashed the roms and kernels correctly, there shouldn't be any nfc issues in all of them. So in any case, I suggest you try to get the phone replaced or fixed.

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