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[Q] D855 Converted to D855V

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By RadarZgin, Senior Member on 29th May 2015, 04:29 AM
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my friend has a G3 D855, he brought it to tech to be rooted, the thing is it was Converted to D850 ( US Carrier Version ) then tried to mess it up, and ends up having D855V

it has no signal when i try to search netwoks, it was unable to connect

things i tried
- upgrade to lollipop using KDZ ( still no signal )
- downgrade to kitkat ( still none )
- downgrade using TOT file ( model problem, D855V cant flash tot )
- change cust.img ( still none )

dont know what to do at this point...
 
 
29th May 2015, 06:06 AM |#2  
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no service after updating LG g3 Model no: D855V
i have bought a new LG g3 unlocked version through online.
i updated my phone using LG PCsuite, but now its showing a WARNING message
"current version not available for user. can't find match cust for NT-code mcc/mnc[310410],subset[FF]"
and NO network service for the phone.

android version::5.0
baseband version ::MPSS.DI.2.0.1.c1.13-00052-M8974AAAAANPZM-1
kernal version ::3.4.0
build number::LRX21R.A1432346132
software version ::V20h-GLOBAL-YT

MODEL NUMBER :: LG-D855V
before updating the model no was D855 after it was changed to D855V
23rd July 2015, 03:07 AM |#5  
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any one help me how solve that problem i face same problem on my phone after update model show D855v and no service i try almost 5 to 8 firmware but problem not solve still same i need solution anyone help me ...
28th August 2015, 10:05 PM |#6  
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Same problem here.
Anyone?
29th August 2015, 08:03 PM |#7  
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i have same problem
31st August 2015, 11:54 AM |#8  
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Same problem. To those with same issue, haven't been able to fix? I had my phone checked in a local service center, and they say I need to have motherboard replaced. But I doubt the hardware is the problem. Anyone have ideas?
1st September 2015, 06:47 AM |#9  
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Not sure yet what is the problem. Using custom roms and various modems did not help.
No network and phone is quickly discharging and very hot.
1st September 2015, 07:37 AM |#10  
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Originally Posted by source15me

Not sure yet what is the problem. Using custom roms and various modems did not help.
No network and phone is quickly discharging and very hot.

Quick discharging of the battery/very hot I think is due to the phone constantly searching for network signal.. I removed my SIM while still looking for a fix, and this helped with the battery.

I can still connect to WiFi but other than that, it's not really a phone if can't do calls/sms..
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Originally Posted by rejith

i have bought a new LG g3 unlocked version through online.
i updated my phone using LG PCsuite, but now its showing a WARNING message
"current version not available for user. can't find match cust for NT-code mcc/mnc[310410],subset[FF]"
and NO network service for the phone.

android version::5.0
baseband version ::MPSS.DI.2.0.1.c1.13-00052-M8974AAAAANPZM-1
kernal version ::3.4.0
build number::LRX21R.A1432346132
software version ::V20h-GLOBAL-YT

MODEL NUMBER :: LG-D855V
before updating the model no was D855 after it was changed to D855V

Mate! Did you find a solution to this problem? I got my phone off ebay.in and after the lollipop upgrade the same thing happened. If you got a solution can you help me out as well?

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