Can I force install the "wrong" FW somehow?
I got a used LG G2 in a box.
It was running Aeon AllianceRom v3. The keyboard went missing. It was impossible to use the rom because I couldn't type anything or even install another keyboard. So I flashed Aeon AllianceRom v3 over top again from TWRP in an to attempt to get a keyboard.
No dice. I did a factory reset that got me caught in a boot loop where TWRP was inaccessible.
I couldn't turn the phone off or take out the battery so I thought that it would be a good plan to flash a stock rom with FlashTool. Since I saw that the phone was a d800 when I was using Aeon AlllianceRom I assumed that it was an American Ebay special phone, common in Canada, and proceeded to flash the stock AT&T d800 rom. I did this from LGFlashTool. The rom barely runs. I checked the IMEI and model number on the box and this is for sure a d803. Yet LGFlashTool thinks otherwise.
With the d800 rom I can't enable USB debugging to re-root the phone because it is greyed out in settings. The phone reboots every minute or so and is unusable.
Firmware download mode says that I am rooted, and it is loaded with a stock Att d800 rom. Anyone know how I could go about flashing a plain rogers d803 rom onto it so that I can get the phone back in working order?
Thanks in advance.