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[Q] FLASHED G2 Recovery to G FLEX HELP!!!!!!!!

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By chrisschlagal, Junior Member on 17th May 2014, 09:51 AM
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2nd June 2014, 05:02 PM |#21  
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i know this.what can i do?you know?

No, I do not know. That's what being bricked means. It's dead.
 
 
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No, I do not know. That's what being bricked means. It's dead.

if i try whith usb jics?you know?
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if i try whith usb jics?you know?

Nope.
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I dont believe its bricked, if you are using windows go to device manager... find where phone is connected as a modem, right click and push uninstall. Then you should see your phone as an icon with a caution sign over it. Right click again and push update driver... manually select either a LG debug driver or install cwm generic drivers if you need to use ADB. After you get it connected to your computer, restoring it to stock should be golden.

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