This worked but I didn't have to enter in the MEID.
I plugged the phone in.
Installed the driver while it went through a couple checks to see if the phone was connected.
While it was doing that i re-installed the drivers (actually did this part 2 or 3 times)
It finally recognized that the phone was connected and told me some type of software was up to date.
I opened up the drop down at the top of the screen and hit "Update Recovery" and let it do it's thing.
I can now turn the phone on without receiving the "Security Error" but my screens all wonky.
I've run LGPwn.apk and then reinstalled L9 Recovery but i can't boot into recovery to flash the tsfix. I have the option to boot to recovery when i open the recovery tool but the phone itself won't boot into recovery.
Originally Posted by LaDY Vengeance
Okay. Here's another way to install the stock recovery thanks to rarsenaux post in August........
Open LG Mobile Update (Make sure you have internet on)
Input MEID (located behind battery)
Connect phone to computer via USB in S/W upgrade mode (Vol+ then insert USB)
Let LG download and install phone recovery
NOTE: Recovery stopped at 4% install, but just leave it alone, and it will install correctly. It never went past 4%
NOTE: This will return your phone to factory settings like the day you got it, so you will have to re-root if you use this method.
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