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Im sorry my friend but from what you are describing...its hard bricked
 
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well, battery was available, and i had the exact state, only can see the red led, then when connected to PC it showed QHSUSB_DLOAD something
then i changed the windows driver to the one provided by lg drivers( how to do that shown in teenybin thread) then after flashing it i was able to see the fastboot mode and then went into the recovery used adb sideload to restore the nandroid backup and my LG Phone was back to life again....
Hope the phone cant be bricked ! i just say my opinion based on my ex devices. hope you are right..
 
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well, battery was available, and i had the exact state, only can see the red led, then when connected to PC it showed QHSUSB_DLOAD something
then i changed the windows driver to the one provided by lg drivers( how to do that shown in teenybin thread) then after flashing it i was able to see the fastboot mode and then went into the recovery used adb sideload to restore the nandroid backup and my LG Phone was back to life again....
Thanks brother now I am going to try your method pray for me pls.
 
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my best wishes bro...
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