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LG G2 fully BRICKED no download no recovery

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24th August 2014, 03:59 PM   |  #11  
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Thank you, Ick56, for the ray of hope you've given me. My G2 is fully discharged since yesterday and I'm on the same boat as you - no recovery, no download, no fastboot, not detected by the computer. I'm trying your way now. My question is - when you plugged it in fully discharged, did you hold any buttons?

Thanks again and thanks in advance!

I just plugged it in to the computer. Yes, it's sounds ridiculous but in some way after few minutes it worked. Maybe try it with volume up too, who knows what will happen ;p

Good Luck!
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24th August 2014, 04:29 PM   |  #12  
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I just plugged it in to the computer. Yes, it's sounds ridiculous but in some way after few minutes it worked. Maybe try it with volume up too, who knows what will happen ;p

Good Luck!

Thanks again. Here's what happens:
1. While unplugged, I entered the Factory Reset mode and left it as it is (didn't push any buttons) in order for the display to drain the battery;
2. When the battery was drained the phone went off;
3. After waiting for a few seconds I plugged it into the computer;
4. The red led was flashing for a minute or so and then the LG logo came on;
5. I'm now waiting.

Will post again when/if anything happens

EDIT: Almost an hour now and still only LG logo
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i have the same.
25th August 2014, 04:28 PM   |  #14  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by kaha6uc

Thanks again. Here's what happens:
1. While unplugged, I entered the Factory Reset mode and left it as it is (didn't push any buttons) in order for the display to drain the battery;
2. When the battery was drained the phone went off;
3. After waiting for a few seconds I plugged it into the computer;
4. The red led was flashing for a minute or so and then the LG logo came on;
5. I'm now waiting.

Will post again when/if anything happens

EDIT: Almost an hour now and still only LG logo

If your light flashed red that means it is charging you HAVE to hold the up volume WHILE plugging it in in to enter download mode DONT DRAIN BATTERY TO COMPLETELY POWER OF HOLD VOL DOWN AND POWER UNTIL OT STOPS BOOTING THEN PLUG IT IN WHILE HOLDING VOL UP

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