Yesterday, I had my happy little G Pad running CM11. I hadn't updated it in a while, so I downloaded and installed the newest Nightly. When I rebooted, everything was changed. The keyboard was different, the home button didn't work (soft key), the lockscreen didn't show, and lots of other changes. I wanted to go back to what I had before, so I installed the previous update that I was running. All of my problems were still there. I couldn't find anything to help me online, so I tried to revert to the stock ROM from the NANDROID backup that I have saved on my computer. When I finished flashing it, all I got was a blank screen on bootup. So, I then flashed CM11, which just stuck on the boot logo. I found a few posts online on how to "unbrick" the G Pad, and they all say to put it in download mode and then use the LG Support Tool to go stock. I got it in download mode after some time and tried to use the software. It connected to my tablet just fine, but when it finished downloading the stock and starts to install I get a pop up that says something along the lines of "Could not connect to the server. Please try again later", and there is just an "OK" box below it. When I close the window, I can do nothing but close the entire program. I want to now just get it completely out of download mode, but I cannot. No matter what key combinations I do, all I get is the download mode screen. I can't even get to recovery (CWM). What do I do? I tried contacting LG customer support. Completely unhelpful.
Last edited by veoozo; 4th May 2014 at 10:28 PM.