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20th August 2014, 05:56 AM   |  #2  
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Originally Posted by JacksonG

Thrown into a bootloop after rebooting using ROM Toolbox to change fonts. Rebooted, nothing. I reset cache, nothing. I can boot into recovery (the menu for clear cache, factory reset) but I'm not sure that's the solution. Sorry about this, I'm new to rooting and need some help.
Do I flash to the original .kdz file if I want to retain the settings and memory (music, photos, etc.)? Do I use LG Flash Tool 2014 for this? Or is there another way to get out of this bootloop without loosing internal data?

you need to re-flash the tot file located in the Verizon development section on how to flash back to stock located here, follow the instructions exactly, don't rush it and it will put you back to stock. You will not "retain" any settings and if all your stuff is saved on the internal memory and not an external SD you will lose them also. I was unable at any point after a font change to save the system via the factory reset option, nor via the clear cache option. I eventually re-flashed.:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/veri...stock-t2827878
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