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By droidiac13, Senior Member on 23rd February 2014, 12:16 AM
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Let me start off by saying I apologize if this is posted somewhere already.

Here's my situation. A couple days ago I lgflashed back to stock. All went well. I then rooted and installed TWRP. No issues at all. I didn't take an update, modify the stock ROM or even flash another ROM. Just ran stock rooted. Today, I pick my phone up, go to turn it on and I'm in recovery. No big deal, right? Well I can't get out of TWRP. My backups are still showing, but when I restore it and reboot the phone I'm right back in recovery.

I can't get into download mode either. Not sure what happened and everything was fine earlier in the day. Any thoughts?

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I should also say that adb doesn't recognize my phone.

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I should also say that adb doesn't recognize my phone.

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I'm in your same boat right now, working on a buddy's phone cept when i formatted phone to stick a rom on it the nandroid i made got file 13'd
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I'm in your same boat right now, working on a buddy's phone cept when i formatted phone to stick a rom on it the nandroid i made got file 13'd

I'm back up and running. I used this thread HERE and did the command through TWRP.

As long as you have a ROM on the phone, you should be good to go.
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I'm back up and running. I used this thread HERE and did the command through TWRP.

As long as you have a ROM on the phone, you should be good to go.

Tried it but it didn't work :\.....
Mine is stuck in fastboot mode whenever I try to reboot it into recovery what files are missing? Anyone know why whenever I reboot it into recovery it boots fastboot instead? Any help would be much appreciated
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If you stuck in fastboot mode. Just push
laf file through fastboot to your phone.

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I'm back up and running. I used this thread HERE and did the command through TWRP.

As long as you have a ROM on the phone, you should be good to go.

I'm so glad your back up and running again. I've been following your thread. And thanks for sharing the fix.

Does that mean that without your knowledge, your phone may have probably automatically updated itself (OTA) when you left your phone overnight? That's why you were stucked in recovery? Because it seems so odd that you didn't do anything wrong and it suddenly behaved that way. And I have read somewhere here that OTA just installed itself automatically without user intervention. So confusing if that did happen. How is that even possible?

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If you stuck in fastboot mode. Just push
laf file through fastboot to your phone.

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Got it up and running by downloading the FreeGee app from play store and installing TWRp that way. I had tried it before just didnt stick the first time
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I'm so glad your back up and running again. I've been following your thread. And thanks for sharing the fix.

Does that mean that without your knowledge, your phone may have probably automatically updated itself (OTA) when you left your phone overnight? That's why you were stucked in recovery? Because it seems so odd that you didn't do anything wrong and it suddenly behaved that way. And I have read somewhere here that OTA just installed itself automatically without user intervention. So confusing if that did happen. How is that even possible?

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I can only guess that it updated by itself. I really don't know what else it could be.

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I can only guess that it updated by itself. I really don't know what else it could be.

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Yes it might seem that way. Thanks

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