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[ROM] ROM for recovery G2X under the NVFLASH

14th May 2012, 06:29 AM |#141  
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Edit: Great Job on this. Restored my phone back to stock. I am definitely saving this program for later brickage usage! Thanks.
 
 
16th May 2012, 05:35 AM |#142  
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Yes. It will flash recovery back to stock.

I love this tool! This compiled NVFlash formats, then installs the stock ROM (v21e) and recovery. Can the 2.3.3 ROM be replaced with the new 2.3.4 ROM (v21y)? I have the new baseband now and when I run this, it is mismatched (2.3.3 with March 2012 baseband). No good.

With everyone that upgraded to 2.3.4 and the March 2012 baseband, this tool would be greatly needed and appreciated if it installed stock recovery AND the v21y 2.3.4 update!
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I love this tool! This compiled NVFlash formats, then installs the stock ROM (v21e) and recovery. Can the 2.3.3 ROM be replaced with the new 2.3.4 ROM (v21y)? I have the new baseband now and when I run this, it is mismatched (2.3.3 with March 2012 baseband). No good.

With everyone that upgraded to 2.3.4 and the March 2012 baseband, this tool would be greatly needed and appreciated if it installed stock recovery AND the v21y 2.3.4 update!

Yes you can flash 2.3.4 ROM over this. Following the instructions in the OP of v21y thread

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16th May 2012, 03:51 PM |#144  
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Yes you can flash 2.3.4 ROM over this. Following the instructions in the OP of v21y thread

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You would need CWM to do this? I want an NVFlash that formats, and then flashes the 2.3.4 ROM and the stock recovery. That way, if you have the March 2012 baseband, you are a few clicks from being completely stock with the latest firmware/software.
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You would need CWM to do this? I want an NVFlash that formats, and then flashes the 2.3.4 ROM and the stock recovery. That way, if you have the March 2012 baseband, you are a few clicks from being completely stock with the latest firmware/software.

You may be able to do a ADB push try this http://www.addictivetips.com/mobile/...thout-sd-card/

But CWM is the most reliable. Not sure why you would want all stock including recovery. CWM allows you to have nandroid backups which can save your day. What I have is all stock except CWM.
16th May 2012, 05:17 PM |#146  
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You may be able to do a ADB push try this http://www.addictivetips.com/mobile/...thout-sd-card/

But CWM is the most reliable. Not sure why you would want all stock including recovery. CWM allows you to have nandroid backups which can save your day. What I have is all stock except CWM.

+1 for that. Having CWM on the physical recovery partition is a potential lifesaver. It is easy and safe to flash if you follow the one click instructions. No reason to have the crap stock recovery that simply factory resets your phone and does nothing else other than flash an OTA update. If you get an OTA, which any more are unlikely after 2.3.4, you can always flash stock recovery back first just as easy as you flashed CWM. Be thankful LG never locks bootloaders and you can flash an alternate recovery to the phone.
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+1 for that. Having CWM on the physical recovery partition is a potential lifesaver. It is easy and safe to flash if you follow the one click instructions. No reason to have the crap stock recovery that simply factory resets your phone and does nothing else other than flash an OTA update. If you get an OTA, which any more are unlikely after 2.3.4, you can always flash stock recovery back first just as easy as you flashed CWM. Be thankful LG never locks bootloaders and you can flash an alternate recovery to the phone.

yep ...
What do you know ... there is a nandroid for v21y also it seems http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1048274
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16th May 2012, 06:13 PM |#148  
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What do you know ... there is a nandroid for v21y also it seems http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1048274

Yes, but a nandroid will not flash the baseband. Only an OTA, LG Update, or KDZ flash will do that.
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Yes, but a nandroid will not flash the baseband. Only an OTA, LG Update, or KDZ flash will do that.

Yes I was referring to the adb push actually

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i think i have completely bricked my phone..please help
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i was referred to this post as i could not unroot my phone. after following all the steps on OP, i put the battery back in and nothing happens when i push the power button. and now my computer doesn't recognize the phone when i plug in. does this mean i have completely bricked it?

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