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Which region is my LG G2?

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By Grunzen, Junior Member on 11th May 2014, 11:33 PM
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13th May 2014, 06:05 AM |#11  
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Originally Posted by bender_007

They say:


the link you've got through the imei provides the original kdz for your variant.

Thanks for your help guys, much appreciated. I reverted back to the Hong kong rom One question: When I was flashing my phone firmware back, on the phone it said my phone was rooted, even though I never touched anything like that before. I flashed the phone again and it said that it wasn't rooted on the flash screen.

I just checked the status now by going into the firmware update screen and it's now saying rooted. I'm not on the one directly installed now but rather the initial kit kat update (for personal preferences)

Is it normal to do this? Again, I'm not rooted nor have ever tried rooting my phone.
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13th May 2014, 06:48 AM |#12  
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Hmm... I tried flashing the firmware that's provided by the LG and the firmware flash page now displays at "unrooted" . I would prefer to use the kit kat without the knock on update. Is this possible without it displaying as rooted? This is strange
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