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By cliodude1, Junior Member on 30th April 2014, 07:28 AM
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I currently use the official 4.4 KitKat update from LG, and there is a sound issue with it where it makes a sizzling noise when listening to anything. I am thinking of rooting and flashing a custom ROM onto it but I'm worried of getting my warranty void. I want to make sure that when I unroot it that my warranty is restored.
 
 
30th April 2014, 07:45 AM |#2  
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I currently use the official 4.4 KitKat update from LG, and there is a sound issue with it where it makes a sizzling noise when listening to anything. I am thinking of rooting and flashing a custom ROM onto it but I'm worried of getting my warranty void. I want to make sure that when I unroot it that my warranty is restored.

Are you talking about this audio bug ?
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2682189
If yes, it seems LG began to fix it with the last update on vodafone D802 (in the same release wich has the knock code feature). So if you are afraid of root, you can wait for your device update.
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Are you talking about this audio bug ?
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2682189
If yes, it seems LG began to fix it with the last update on vodafone D802 (in the same release wich has the knock code feature). So if you are afraid of root, you can wait for your device update.

That's correct, that is the issue I'm having.
It's going to take ages for it to reach to Australia
30th April 2014, 08:03 AM |#4  
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That's correct, that is the issue I'm having.
It's going to take ages for it to reach to Australia

If you have a D802, and you are a hurry to fix this bug, you can also flash a kdz with the update. No need root for this.
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If you have a D802, and you are a hurry to fix this bug, you can also flash a kdz with the update. No need root for this.

I have a D802T. Will that do it?
If so, do you have a link of the KDZ and instructions on how to do it?
30th April 2014, 08:12 AM |#6  
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I have a D802T. Will that do it?
If so, do you have a link of the KDZ and instructions on how to do it?

I don't know if D802T can flash D802 firmware, so i don't recommend this.
However there is a link (vdf ES)
http://csmgdl.lgmobile.com/dn/downlo...D80220B_00.kdz
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I don't know if D802T can flash D802 firmware, so i don't recommend this.
However there is a link (vdf ES)
http://csmgdl.lgmobile.com/dn/downlo...D80220B_00.kdz

There doesn't seem to be any answers for this at the moment. Anyone have the answer?
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