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[ROM][5/25] Stock Rooted LS980ZVC [ODEX/DEODEX]

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By youdug, Senior Member on 17th May 2014, 06:43 AM
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16th June 2014, 08:04 PM |#161  
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I used the latest TWRP to flash ZVC and I think it has some issues; has anyone else used it? I wanted to dirty flash ZVC over ZVA but it got stuck and went into a boot loop and it was really hard to get back into recovery. I had to wipe everything after trying for 10 minutes and getting into recovery and then I installed ZVC. Seemed like it was TWRP having issues, maybe the newest version doesn't run well on our phones.

I have had no trouble with twrp but I don't dirty flash unless it just a theme and I definitely wouldn't dirty flash from zva to zvc. But that's my opinion. If you're worried about keeping your info use something like titanium backup for your user apps. Most everything else will automatically install once you sign into Google.

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16th June 2014, 08:34 PM |#162  
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I have had no trouble with twrp but I don't dirty flash unless it just a theme and I definitely wouldn't dirty flash from zva to zvc. But that's my opinion. If you're worried about keeping your info use something like titanium backup for your user apps. Most everything else will automatically install once you sign into Google.

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Yea I backed up everything with the LG backup app which actually did a pretty good job backing up all my stuff, restoring just took forever, titanium is definitely faster and safer. I was hoping I could dirty flash to save some time but it took way longer because of the issues, clean install is always the best
16th June 2014, 10:08 PM |#163  
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I used the latest TWRP to flash ZVC and I think it has some issues; has anyone else used it? I wanted to dirty flash ZVC over ZVA but it got stuck and went into a boot loop and it was really hard to get back into recovery. I had to wipe everything after trying for 10 minutes and getting into recovery and then I installed ZVC. Seemed like it was TWRP having issues, maybe the newest version doesn't run well on our phones.

You must not have read the first 2 posts because you CANNOT just dirty flash ZVC over ZVA and expect it to work, it won't (as you discovered). ZVC requires and new modem/radio which we have put in the 2nd post.

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17th June 2014, 01:24 AM |#164  
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You must not have read the first 2 posts because you CANNOT just dirty flash ZVC over ZVA and expect it to work, it won't (as you discovered). ZVC requires and new modem/radio which we have put in the 2nd post.

First line of first post, bold and some red in there as well. [emoji106]

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You are right... the posts are clear and correct (thanks you devs for your hard work), I just wanted to try and see if it would work. Still think TWRP 2.7.1.0 is a bit unstable on this phone.

This rom is great, phone runs cooler now which was my biggest issue before. Still gets hot sometimes however, next phone I get has to be aluminum.
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You are right... the posts are clear and correct (thanks you devs for your hard work), I just wanted to try and see if it would work. Still think TWRP 2.7.1.0 is a bit unstable on this phone.

This rom is great, phone runs cooler now which was my biggest issue before. Still gets hot sometimes however, next phone I get has to be aluminum.

2.7.1.0 is definitely got it's quirks on ours and others, hopefully they work that out. I'll tell you right now, aluminum will make the manifestation of heat WAY more pronounced. Having owned M7 and used M8 for a few weeks, NOTHING says "HOT SOUP!" like a aluminum device with no cover heating up. It's crazy. [emoji2]

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2.7.1.0 is definitely got it's quirks on ours and others, hopefully they work that out. I'll tell you right now, aluminum will make the manifestation of heat WAY more pronounced. Having owned M7 and used M8 for a few weeks, NOTHING says "HOT SOUP!" like a aluminum device with no cover heating up. It's crazy. [emoji2]

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I did not know that. When I was reading the reviews for LG G3 some reviewers said that it is still plastic and so it does not feel "cool" like other devices to touch. I guess when not is use aluminum stays pretty cool but after it heats up it retains a lot of the heat?

on the G2 it is probably the screen that is causing the issue, but when I had the S4 or S3 I never had issues. On ZVA the phone would go over 105 degrees after 10 minutes of use and totally slow down and become unusable, and a couple of times while charging it got over 118, I was scared it would explode.
18th June 2014, 12:48 AM |#167  
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My first m7 got hot but my new replacement had no issues.
My G2 runs cool as well.
Aluminum is a metal that cools quickly. If it stays hot something is wrong inside the device. Like some of the m7s had camera heating up issues.
8th July 2014, 08:20 PM |#168  
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com.android.phone has stopped error dialog continously
Hi,

I've followed the steps mentioned here and managed to install the ROM zip.
recovery installed TWRP 2.7.0.0
  • Full wipe. data, system, cache.
  • install ZVC deodexed ROM zip
  • install ZVC modem zip
  • reboot: stuck on sprint boot logo.led blinking. for long time
  • reboot to recovery.
  • flash system zip
  • reboot
  • boot to android but the "unfortunately process.android.phone has stopped" dialog keeps popping up. another one pops as soon as i click ok cant do anything.

Tried cleaning cache and dalvik from recovery. No luck

Any ideas guys on what can be done.
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8th July 2014, 11:40 PM |#169  
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try different recovery
13th July 2014, 03:57 PM |#170  
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Bad download maybe?
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