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Here is the D80020c 4.4 .tot and .dll for AT&T D800 ONLY. This will not retain root and will wipe all your data and internal sdcard. Make a back-up of your important items before preceeding.


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***Quick Questioned Answered***
1.Can be flashed over D80010d and D80010o firmware
2.You will lose Root
3.NO WAY TO ROOT YET
4.You can use Lg Flash Tools to go back to 10d,10o.


Download:
1. LGFlashTools v1.5 - Download

2. Drivers - Download

3. Download the LGD800AT-01-V20c.zip (Mirrior)
Extract to a folder on desktop. There will be 2 files(.tot, .dll)

Credit to @madmack for making most of this Guide for the G Pro Which also works on our G2.
Credit to @hyelton for the original write up in the General section here.

Install:
1. Install the LG drivers downloaded above.

2. Install LGFlashTools v1.6 (but don't run it)

3. Extract the TOT and .DLL file from the ZIP

Drivers initialization:
1. Put the phone into download mode. (Turn off device PRESS VOL UP while plugging in the micro usb cable. If this doesn't work, try holding both volume keys instead)

2. Let the phone initialize and install the drivers. Once done, in Device manager, you should see the LG phone listed under COM ports (something along these lines).

3. Find that LG entry in Device Manager, click on Properties, Advanced and then change the COM port to COM41 and close/save.
4. Unplug your phone! Important step.

LGFlashTools:
To get this tool to work, you'll need to do a few tricks.

1. Set the computer's date to some time in July 2012 or before.

2. Disconnect the internet

3. Find a serial number or register key from somewhere on the web (a google search for lgflashtools serial will yield some results). Can't help you here and please don't share any keys in this thread or get us in trouble.

4. Execute the LGFlashTools. It should ask you for a key, put it in. Now you should see a dialog where you can load the DLL file and the TOT files that you extracted earlier. Put them both in here. Click ok

Flashing:
5. There is a yellow arrow on the top left. Click on it to initialize the process. Once done, it should say "ready/finished" or whatever.

6. Put the phone in download mode again, and plug it into the USB port. LG FLash Tools should start flashing it automatically. When it's done, it'll automatically reboot into your stock AT&T rom and all of your data and internal sdcard files will be gone.

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Hi. Just want to make sure i understand everything before i do this.
If i am to do this successfully my device that is currently D8001o. i will have to flash the same version or the D8001d so my device is no longer rooted. Or does it not matter on the root? Lg g2 D8001o stock recovery and was rooted but tried removing with in the supersu application and it only partially took root away.
 
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Do I have to change the date on my computer and turn off the internet for future flashes if I already successfully added the registration key to the LG Flash Tool?
 
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Do I have to change the date on my computer and turn off the internet for future flashes if I already successfully added the registration key to the LG Flash Tool?
Not for the D800, at least I never have had to and I just did it again last week.

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