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Trying to flash TMobile G2X to Eaglesblood ICS 4.04

OP koager

5th June 2014, 07:16 AM   |  #1  
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I flashed my phone to EB 4.04 earlier and it was great and worked fine. Loving it but the in call sound wasn't working as I didn't have the correct baseband. Turned my phone back to stock and updated so my phone is working properly now. Tried to flash back to EB but now I guess something went awry and now it gets past the LG logo and to the EB logo screen but then the phone turns off.
If I try to hold the power button + volume down, I get taken to a screen with a box and the android and the phone attempts to reinstall itself but it still has the same issue with turning itself off after the EB logo screen.

I found this thread on NVFlash
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1054492
which hopefully will fix my issue but I'm having trouble with it. I'm at step 8 and 9 where I start up cmd and I past in the code but no files are being transferred. It stops after the primary commands and gives me the prompt to press enter to continue or q to quit

Also, I am having issues with many of the mediafire download links. The captcha doesn't show up and all I get is "an error occurred"

Your help is greatly appreciated.
Last edited by koager; 5th June 2014 at 08:15 AM.
5th June 2014, 09:24 AM   |  #2  
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Fixed it
Since I hate those threads where someone finds their solution but never posts how leaving those who stumble across the thread want to cry out in agony, here's what I did.
Go here for the One Click Flash Recovery:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1056847

Flash the ClockworkModRecovery
Downloaded new ROM and put it on my external SD
Went to recovery mode and installed the new rom

For some reason when I try to flash to stock though it didn't really work. It still gave me the eaglesblood screen and then shutdown. Oh well though.
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