[Q] Hard bricked G2 after flash

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By Eijo, Junior Member on 23rd June 2014, 10:42 AM
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26th June 2014, 01:42 PM |#11  
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26th June 2014, 04:00 PM |#12  
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Originally Posted by Eijo

Hi everyone
I may have bricked my G2. I use to have a Samsung Galaxy S which I flashed many times so I kinda know when I mess up with instructions. This time though, things look a bit more serious... Anyway, here is what happened:

I flashed the Cloudy G3 rom (1.0) for my G2 D802 32gb. Original rom was stock rooted 4.4.

I followed the instructions :
- Backup rom
- All wipes
- Flash kitkat baseband
- Flash rom zip
- Get through the aroma installer steps

But then, when it asked to reboot, the phone just shut down.
Now it won't turn on. All I have is a quick look at the LG boot logo, and then the screen goes all black (blacklit is still on) again.
All I managed to do so far is maintaining the LG boot logo a bit longer on screen by alternatively pressing volume + or - at random times.

I can't access recovery or download mode anymore.
Plugging the phone will only show the LG boot logo and do all the same.

The phone is no longer recognized by my computer.
When I plug it, I get 13 new windows asking me to format the device and one I can explore.
Inside, there is one folder named "Image", filled with 51,4 Mb of files...

Quite confusing.
I don't know what to do, so any help to get the phone back to work will be appreciated
Thank you in advance.

hi dude , i had the same issue , and i lost my g2 cause of it , please dont mess with the partitions , to all of you please dont delete the partitions , just turn off your phone , press volume up and push usb cable you ll get into download mode , from there yo can go back to stock by the .tot flashing method or kdz but dont mess with partitions , i deleted partitions and my phone wad totally dead , no one could repair it
1st July 2014, 12:19 PM |#13  
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Something happened to me today...

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