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I cannot figure out for the life of me why I cannot install TWRP on my rooted 4.4.2 ATT D800 LG G2. I'm gonna ask some pretty dumb questions because I feel like I'm missing something here.

I installed TWRP2 custom recovery onto my rooted D800 ATT G2, via the "dd" method using adb on computer. All of the pushing and loki stuff worked, but when I boot into recovery, I get a "Secure boot error" and "Boot certificiation verify" error, then I reboot the phone again and it turns back on like normal. I really want to flash the volume boost onto my device but I cannot without a custom recovery.

I've done hours and hours of research and I cannot figure this out.

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I cannot figure out for the life of me why I cannot install TWRP on my rooted 4.4.2 ATT D800 LG G2. I'm gonna ask some pretty dumb questions because I feel like I'm missing something here.

I installed TWRP2 custom recovery onto my rooted D800 ATT G2, via the "dd" method using adb on computer. All of the pushing and loki stuff worked, but when I boot into recovery, I get a "Secure boot error" and "Boot certificiation verify" error, then I reboot the phone again and it turns back on like normal. I really want to flash the volume boost onto my device but I cannot without a custom recovery.

I've done hours and hours of research and I cannot figure this out.

Thanks in advance.
have you tried AutoRec
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I cannot figure out for the life of me why I cannot install TWRP on my rooted 4.4.2 ATT D800 LG G2. I'm gonna ask some pretty dumb questions because I feel like I'm missing something here.

I installed TWRP2 custom recovery onto my rooted D800 ATT G2, via the "dd" method using adb on computer. All of the pushing and loki stuff worked, but when I boot into recovery, I get a "Secure boot error" and "Boot certificiation verify" error, then I reboot the phone again and it turns back on like normal. I really want to flash the volume boost onto my device but I cannot without a custom recovery.

I've done hours and hours of research and I cannot figure this out.

Thanks in advance.
Seems like you need to flash the patched kernel for the system to boot.

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Seems like you need to flash the patched kernel for the system to boot.

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I'm sorry I am not sure what that means..
 
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Wow, holy crap, that worked like a charm! I have no idea what that did but thank you!
 
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Wow, holy crap, that worked like a charm! I have no idea what that did but thank you!
It installs a boot loader that supports recovery plus recovery plus custom kernel which allows custom recovery and boot loader

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