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I recently attempted to flash a new rom and i accidentally wiped internal storage and i rebooted with no os so im stuck in a bootloop and i cant get to recovery. Is there any way I can get to recovery and load a rom from my pc? Thanks for suggestions.
 
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I recently attempted to flash a new rom and i accidentally wiped internal storage and i rebooted with no os so im stuck in a bootloop and i cant get to recovery. Is there any way I can get to recovery and load a rom from my pc? Thanks for suggestions.
You can get to recovery by doing hard reset volume down + power, release and hold again after lg logo.
If you have adb setup you can load a ROM, or you can do back to stock.
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You can get to recovery by doing hard reset volume down + power, release and hold again after lg logo.
If you have adb setup you can load a ROM, or you can do back to stock.
Can you give me a link to d801 ADB?
 
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Can you give me a link to d801 ADB?
ADB is the same for every device. Download the android ADT bundle from Google. ADB is in the "\SDK\Platform-tools\" folder. Put a small ROM zip in there (like that barebones ROM), then shift-right click in that folder and select "Open command window here..." and type "ADB sideload romname.zip" while your phone is plugged in and in its recovery's respective sideload mode.

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i followed the steps for sideload but it says device not found though i installed the lg united d801 drivers. What do i do?
 
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i followed the steps for sideload but it says device not found though i installed the lg united d801 drivers. What do i do?
Try this one

choose manually from the list(browse the dir)
 
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Try this one

choose manually from the list(browse the dir)
I cant seem to find it. Can you help me?
 
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I cant seem to find it. Can you help me?
Ok, give me few minutes to upload something, then my inet is usable.
 
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Ok, give me few minutes to upload something, then my inet is usable.
i used the adb push tool, but i cant get past step 2
 
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i used the adb push tool, but i cant get past step 2
well..you need to have the drivers installed.

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