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Stuck in bootloop

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By anthony914, Junior Member on 22nd April 2014, 05:52 AM
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So I was working on flashing this rom http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2715408 and I got so far as using the tools in this http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2713954 to one click root and install twrp, made my nandroid back up, copied that to my computer, then flashed the 24a bootstack zip from xdabbeb's rom thread. the bootstack flash failed and now I do not know what to do next...its stuck in a bootloop at the lg logo.
 
 
22nd April 2014, 06:30 AM |#2  
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I am able to get into the recovery and download mode if that helps.
3rd May 2014, 01:41 AM |#3  
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please help!

Here is a bit more information about my situation:
Hi all,

Started by rooting with the one click method, then installed twrp via one click and moved the 4 zip files from this rom thread http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2715408 to my phone in preparation for flashing the new custom rom.

went to flash the 24abootstack.zip via twrp, that failed, so i tried to do the a recovery via twrp, and that did nothing.

after that i found out i was able to get into download mode still

the phone doesn't show up correctly in device manager which means I cannot makee sure it is on com port 41 before trying to use the lg flash tool to flash the tot file.

The phone shows up in the category 'Andorid Phone' and its called 'USB Modem Phone ADB port in the device manager.

I have deleted all the drivers and re installed them also.

Im going on a week and a half without my phone and i really need it back!!
4th May 2014, 05:36 PM |#4  
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Does anyone have any suggestions as to what to do?
4th May 2014, 09:58 PM |#5  
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Whoever can get my phone up and going will receive a generous donation via paypal. There is just no way I can go another week without a phone!

If we need to use linux to fix this, I have Ubuntu 13.04 ready to go via bootable usb also.
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5th May 2014, 06:46 AM |#6  
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recovery and download mode
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Originally Posted by anthony914

Whoever can get my phone up and going will receive a generous donation via paypal. There is just no way I can go another week without a phone!

If we need to use linux to fix this, I have Ubuntu 13.04 ready to go via bootable usb also.

Dude wipe and reinstall or use the lg flashtool go back to stock...What are you having a problem with???
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Dude wipe and reinstall or use the lg flashtool go back to stock...What are you having a problem with???

I would do that, but like I said I cannot get the phone to show up correctly in device manager which means that I cannot make sure it is on COM PORT 41.
7th May 2014, 04:34 PM |#8  
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A big thank you goes out to bouchigo for helping me get my phone working again. All I had to do was adb sideload a new bootstack zip and rom zip and I was up and running.
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