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[APP][CWM][TWRP][RECOVERY] Freedom Flex for the LG G Flex - Now with Bump!!!

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5th January 2015, 07:57 PM   |  #761  
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App crashes on my D959 Tmobile

On rooted 4.4.2 D95920s

Simply crashes as soon as i launch it.
Phone is rooted, Xposed running.

Any help would be appreciated

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If you're rooted then look in this section for my flashable twrp post and download it to your sdcard. Then extract it and download from the play store "flashify" That will flash things without having a custom recovery. Use it to flash the bumpedtwrp.img that you extracted from the flashable download. Or hell you can just extract playfulgods freedom flex apk and get the bumpedtwrp.img from there and use "flashify" to flash it.
6th January 2015, 02:39 AM   |  #762  
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Originally Posted by Jus2ruff

App crashes on my D959 Tmobile

On rooted 4.4.2 D95920s

Simply crashes as soon as i launch it.
Phone is rooted, Xposed running.

Any help would be appreciated

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how did you root d95920s!!
6th January 2015, 11:55 AM   |  #763  
Using Stumproot.
Okay thankyou so much iv'e got twrp now.

Iv'e succesfully G3'ed my G-Flex from the quicksettings to almost all apps.

I'll upload the twrp backup for those who want a G3'ish look on their flex.
7th January 2015, 12:42 PM   |  #764  
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Using Stumproot.
Okay thankyou so much iv'e got twrp now.

Iv'e succesfully G3'ed my G-Flex from the quicksettings to almost all apps.

I'll upload the twrp backup for those who want a G3'ish look on their flex.

Did stump root not say it was already rooted when doing it?
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7th January 2015, 08:40 PM   |  #765  
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Just curious, would a twrp backup (assuming only /system partition) from your 959 work on other variants like the 950?
7th January 2015, 09:29 PM   |  #766  
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Just curious, would a twrp backup (assuming only /system partition) from your 959 work on other variants like the 950?

959/950 are compatible, even boot. LTE working is another story.
8th January 2015, 10:47 AM   |  #767  
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Would 3g/hspa+ work? Don't really use LTE much.
Or does data just not work, period?
11th January 2015, 06:03 PM   |  #768  
It should, since they're essentially the same devices.
Mobile Data would work.

Can't confirm for the korean variants though, if like samsung, they use a different audio chip than the other variants.
11th January 2015, 07:32 PM   |  #769  
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Would 3g/hspa+ work? Don't really use LTE much.
Or does data just not work, period?

when I was flashing tmo firmware on my D950 I had to use the d950 modem and everything but lte worked.
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On cwm now but if i wanted to use twrp, do i just run through the steps on the app or is there a different method?

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