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Hi guys,

I try to flash KK and root with ioroot25 successfully.
Then I try to install philz recovery by modify script from @OptimusRs

1. copy about.img,recovery.img That I backup from V10E via flashable zip from TWRP

2. modify script from @OptimusRs for flash philz recovery
before patch Loki I use dd to copy aboot and recovery to g2 partition

3. Loki patch script from @OptimusRs

4. after finished reboot to recovery I have TWRP

5. flash kk kernel my D802 then reboot
http://www.androidfilehost.com/?w=files&flid=12894

6. I can boot to KK

7. check log from script it's how message fail to openů /aboot
I will show later .

8. Now I can enter to TWRP ....


I modify script again ,the end of the story I write wrong script copy boot.img from V10E and DD to KK partition .my g2 gone sleep at lg service center.



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