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[HELP] Cannot boot to recovery

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By hedeon, Member on 9th January 2014, 12:15 PM
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11th January 2014, 06:02 PM |#11  
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Originally Posted by hedeon

Well, I have never said phone was not booting. It is booting just fine.

Yesterday I have boot to recovery and I have pressed almost every possible wipe/format option possible in there. Then I have sideloaded
CM11 Gapps and Radio. Seams to be fine now. I don't know why but it almost looks like my phone was somehow different from other g2's Folder structure was different. For example no /sdcard/android , it was in /storage/sdcard0/android

Although there are still few things bothering me. Memory. Total storage reported is 10.62GB. Phone is 16GB version, from which I would expect about 15GB of usable memory. So where is missing 4GB? Do you people with custom ROMs have the same? anyway to get it back?

LG has occupied some of the storage (its hidden). Some of it could be caused by your issue. I think LG could have given us the whole 32GB. No way to reclaim with out carrier unlocking keys for the partitions- it sucks! Flashing custom roms definitely gives us advantages, but not without risks. I say flash to stock for proper file structure and then customize again from there. Less likely to encounter more issues in the future
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