Originally Posted by Umarpirate
I istalled the CyanogenMod 10.2.1 on my device, but i want to reinstall the original firmware. So i tried with KDZ, but KDZ didn't find the device. After that i used smart flash tool and, because i can't find the .bin and .fls files of the original firmware i used rom converter to convert some .kdz file. It gave me an error: magic number does not coincide. (surfing a bit in the net i understood that may be this error is because i havent used the original firmware but te converted one). Finally i read something about a fleshable archive called full_restore_stock, but im not able to use it. Can someone help me with an alternative solution (also crazy) or tell me if i made some mistake with the way i used? thanks
P.S. If you can please answer me in italian, but if you can't english is perfect
I don't know if this is the fastest solution but it worked for me.
. Go at http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2481243
and download the version of the ROM that you owned before you changed to CM.
. Before download, copy the ROM in SD Card.
. Go in CWM Recovery, then wipe data and factory reset, wipe dalvik cache, format system.
. Flash ROM.
. Download LG Mobile Support Tool from here http://tool.xcdn.gdms.lge.com/client...2CAppSetup.exe
. When program starts, click "Options" and then "Upgrade Recovery".
You will need to have LG driver installed. So if you don't have it, install from here http://www.lg.com/it/supporto-mobile/lg-Optimus-L9
EDIT: You will also need to have your phone turned on with LG Software mode when you connect your phone to PC.
Hope it helped you.