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hard bricked? vs980 NEED HELP PLEASE

30th May 2014, 03:20 PM |#11  
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How do i fastboot flash open recovery twrp IMG?
 
 
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Exclamation Ultra brick G2 vs980! T_T
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Good night lords of XDA!

I come to you after exhausting all that I could find and try, hope you can enlighten me, you would save a new G2 that is about to become a gleaming brick:

Summary: I have in hand a Verizon LG G2 vs980, with the intention of using it in Spain. After a bad flash a ROM for a different model, you could not access recovery mode or download mode, only fastboot.
Thanks to this great tutorial, I could flash by ADB and fastboot files an official ROM for this G2, but after a correct process, the G2 restarted and only shows "Security error" before shutting ...

I still do not have access to recovery or download, and now not to fastboot. Only allows me to access the screen "Factory reset", but in doing nothing changes.

How could re-flash a recovery or something like that allows me relive my G2?

Thank you very much in advance. You are my salvation. XD


PS: I apologize for any clerical error or misused term. I do not usually write in English.


Sorry, wrong thread. XDD
Last edited by APAM88; Yesterday at 08:15 PM. Reason: Wrong thread...
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