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Possibility of CWM for the NITRO HD!!

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By aquariuz23, Senior Member on 22nd December 2011, 07:04 AM
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29th December 2011, 06:06 PM |#41  
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ok well the drivers for that didnt work ... and i contacted Lg once again and this time it was threw chat support and im thinking of taking the phone and throwing it up their asses for this comment

Jermel: Hello there, how are you doing today?
Jermel: I could understand, and I am sorry about the issues that you are having.
Jermel: but the fact is that we are not able to offer other options other than the factory data reset
Jermel: Other than this it will be to send the phone to LG under the warranty.

were not able to offer means they can do it differently but refuse to and isnt android recovery a basic pard of the OS covered under googles GPL which i sare says they have to state any changes they make someone please correct me if i am wrong lol i do a lot of drunk reading
30th December 2011, 05:37 AM |#42  
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keep in mind that the online chat support is a seperate lower (more crappy) tier of the support chain.
30th December 2011, 07:57 AM |#43  
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i got teh same responce then i called at&t and LG .... im telling you its a load of crap they wont help us
30th December 2011, 08:14 AM |#44  
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All they'd have to do is release the .kdz and we'd be set.
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So I was playing around with my phone and found that if I went into 'adb shell', and as root ran 'reboot recovery' it would reboot in recovery mode - noted by the normal recovery image we all know and love...

While that image is on-screen, if you press the home button you get the boot messages on the screen as well. I have attempted to take a picture of this without much luck, but the messages are:

factory reset get flag hc name:misc, dfistsec: a4000
factory reset get flag get_factoryreset_flag: get size[13] data[FACT_RESET6
Has anyone seen this before? I am beginning to think this may be what is causing the quick reboot back to normal mode. Anyone have any ideas where this flag may be set??? I will continue to look and get back with you all if I figure anything out.
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4th January 2012, 03:33 AM |#46  
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You guys have nobody buying this stupid -"Nitro" HD- so much of a big name LG's made for themselves.

I hope you find help, but I can't satisfy.

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4th January 2012, 02:44 PM |#47  
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Took mine back, told att they can keep their phones and will have my galaxy nexus tomorrow.

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