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26th December 2011, 09:16 AM   |  #1  
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This thread is a collection of links to threads related to LG Optimus net(P690 only)

Disclaimer:
In case you damage your phone your brick it, you can't hold XDA or me responsible.Try the procedure at your own risk although its 99% working and tested on p690 v10e.

Rooting instructions:

1. Download and install 'Unlock Root' on your PC from here: Unlock Root for Android

2. Download and install LG Android Drivers from here: http://www.junefabrics.com/bin2/LGDriver.exe Restart your PC after installing drivers.

3: On your phone, Check 'USB Debugging'. Path: Menu > Settings > Applications > Development > Tick 'USB Debugging'.

4. Again on phone, Unmount your SD Card. Go to: Menu > Settings > Storage > Tap on 'Unmount SD Card'. It'll give you a warning. Just press OK.

5. Connect your phone with PC. Phone will ask you to 'Turn on USB Storage'. DO NOT TURN IT ON! You should see this message on phone's notification bar: 'USB Debugging connected'.

6. On your PC, open UnlockRoot.exe ( A shortcut should be created on your desktop ) or Path: X:\Program Files\Unlockroot

7. Press root button! After process completes, it'll ask you to install 'Superuser.apk' and 'Battery Saver.apk'. Just press OK. Then you'll be asked to reboot your phone. Press OK. After reboot completes, go to menu and you'll find Superuser app there.

Congratulations! You've rooted your LG Optimus Net P690 !

Clockwork mod recovery for p690
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Do not hold me or xda responsible if you end up bricking your phone ...

Procedure:
You must have root and es file explorer.
First of all download and put flash_image and recovery.img in sdcard/ from above link.
Also download terminal emulator from play store.
Using es file explorer long press on recovery.img go to properties and select show checksum . Tick md5 and select calculate. This should give you a mix of numbers and characters. Compare it to the md5 sum given in the thread it should match exactly. If not download again and try.

Open terminal emulator and type su and press enter. The $ should change into # .
Now copy paste these lines one by one as is (without the #s)
# mount -o remount,rw -t yaffs2 /dev/block/mtdblock1 /system
# cat /sdcard/flash_image> /system/bin/flash_image
# chmod 755 /system/bin/flash_image
# mv /system/etc/install-recovery.sh /system/etc/install-recovery.sh.bak
# mount -o remount,ro -t yaffs2 /dev/block/mtdblock1 /system
# flash_image recovery /sdcard/recovery.img
# reboot recovery
If you get file not found error ignore it and continue.

Flash for rooted p690
Roms for p690

XPERIA based rom

IOS based rom

CM7 based:
By jst_tsj
By karandeepdps
Miui port

ICS based roms :

AOKP ICS
Xperia ICS

CM10 by LGICS

CM9 for p690(Camera not yet fixed)
By Team LGICS
By karandeepdps
Jellyshame

JellyBean based ROMs(camera not working):
Paranoid JB

AOKP JB
CM10.1



Unbrick /Flash original rom
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30th December 2011, 10:14 PM   |  #2  
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SuperOneClick 2.3.2 Root Attempt LG Optimus Net
I am running Android 2.3.4 on a LG Optimus Net L45C Smart Phone used under the NET10 (owned by Tracfone) service.

Following the instructions from the SuperOneClick author regarding LG phones and 2.3.2 I get as far as the following statement in the right pane of SuperOneClick 2.3.2 :

Killing ADB and restarting as root ... enjoy!

When I look on the Smart Phone in the Android Tab, There is no SU icon that appears prior to rebooting the phone. After rebooting the phone there is no SU icon that appears. The process was repeated 3 times with the same result: The phone is not rooted. Anyone with similar experience?

The attached pdf file shows the output from the right and left panes of SuperOneClick 2.3.2 during the root attempts.

SuperOneClick setting used was for Alternate ADB Parser.
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13th February 2012, 02:03 PM   |  #3  
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Originally Posted by ml48603@gmail.com

I am running Android 2.3.4 on a LG Optimus Net L45C Smart Phone used under the NET10 (owned by Tracfone) service.

Following the instructions from the SuperOneClick author regarding LG phones and 2.3.2 I get as far as the following statement in the right pane of SuperOneClick 2.3.2 :

Killing ADB and restarting as root ... enjoy!

When I look on the Smart Phone in the Android Tab, There is no SU icon that appears prior to rebooting the phone. After rebooting the phone there is no SU icon that appears. The process was repeated 3 times with the same result: The phone is not rooted. Anyone with similar experience?

The attached pdf file shows the output from the right and left panes of SuperOneClick 2.3.2 during the root attempts.

SuperOneClick setting used was for Alternate ADB Parser.

restart phone by power button or pull out battery and reinsert and switch on.:)

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4th May 2012, 08:54 AM   |  #4  
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Originally Posted by ml48603@gmail.com

I am running Android 2.3.4 on a LG Optimus Net L45C Smart Phone used under the NET10 (owned by Tracfone) service.

Following the instructions from the SuperOneClick author regarding LG phones and 2.3.2 I get as far as the following statement in the right pane of SuperOneClick 2.3.2 :

Killing ADB and restarting as root ... enjoy!

When I look on the Smart Phone in the Android Tab, There is no SU icon that appears prior to rebooting the phone. After rebooting the phone there is no SU icon that appears. The process was repeated 3 times with the same result: The phone is not rooted. Anyone with similar experience?

The attached pdf file shows the output from the right and left panes of SuperOneClick 2.3.2 during the root attempts.

SuperOneClick setting used was for Alternate ADB Parser.

Did you try using unlockroot method?
5th May 2012, 06:28 PM   |  #5  
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For the LG Optimus Net LG L45C, you will need to use Unlockroot from Unlockroot.com. It is currently the only way to root the phone. The Clockwork recovery method that is posted above is not for L45C, it is for P698 and P690, which can brick your phone trying to install it in a phone that may not support it.

Also, good luck with getting software updates for the phone, because Net10 WILL NOT let you upgrade the software on it. It will download the software package, but states that it is invalid and will not install it. If they would allow the phone to update itself, it wouldn't have many bugs that are showing up
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Guys I tried the method mentioned above for adobe flash but the files that I place inside data/data/com.adobe.flashplayer/lib keep getting erased everytime I restart my phone. Note that flash works perfectly as long as I dont restart my phone.
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Guys I tried the method mentioned above for adobe flash but the files that I place inside data/data/com.adobe.flashplayer/lib keep getting erased everytime I restart my phone. Note that flash works perfectly as long as I dont restart my phone.

Sorry but that's how it is. Try using cm7 it doesn't seem to disappear.
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I'm getting failed to chmod file: rootutility
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While doing what -rooting or custom recovery?
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rooting. with unlockroot.exe. Superoneclick fails as well

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