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I have d802..with stock KK rooted..with costume kernal.
ive tried installing the OTA update and got stuck in the lg logo with TWRP recovery in hand.
tried whiping everything,,,complete factory reset and what not,,
then tried both methods in http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2582142

I have no idea what to do..please help me im desperate
 
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Have you tried this

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i posted the wrong URL I ment ive tried that one
 
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i posted the wrong URL I ment ive tried that one
When you're in TWRP, select advanced, then terminal command, then do what's in that thread you've linked. It works, and will fix exactly your issue.

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When you're in TWRP, select advanced, then terminal command, then do what's in that thread you've linked. It works, and will fix exactly your issue.

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do you mean this one:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2582142

becuse i do have recovery and I dont really understand what I need to do there where do I run the commands do I use adb shell or what?
 
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When you're in TWRP, select advanced, then terminal command, then do what's in that thread you've linked. It works, and will fix exactly your issue.

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if you mean http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2451696
i did...it didnt help
 
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Then I believe you're doing it wrong because that's your fix. If you honestly think you did it right then head over to the IRC channel and ask one of the pros there for some guidance. Hope you get it resolved, bro.

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Then I believe you're doing it wrong because that's your fix. If you honestly think you did it right then head over to the IRC channel and ask one of the pros there for some guidance. Hope you get it resolved, bro.

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ive done it several times...cheked myself...keep on getting "no space left on the device" error

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