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Default Emergency mode LG P500

After flashing baseband, second time today, my phone go to emergency mode during flashing and after half hour and more nothing happend. Now, phone is always in emergency mode, and nothing i can to do. Backup i have, but LGMDP-v1.5 dont recognize phone and i dont can go to recovery mode. And KDZ Updater dont see phone.



Does for this phone has hope?



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Just don't mess with it now!! Just take it to service center they'll fix it!! If u try repairing it on ur now brick it totally!!! Just don't mess with it just take to service center!!!!!

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Phone: LG OPTIMUS ONE P500

ROM: Cyanogenmod 7.2 RC !!!!

Recovery: Clockworkmod recovery 5.x.x
Baseband: New!!
Kernel: Franco kernel #4!!!!!!


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Ok. Tnx ..
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You can remove the battery IF YOU WERE FLASHING BASEBAND ONLY
then put battery back and press vol up + back + power and phone will go in emergency mode
disable all lg modems in device manager, then flash baseband again and it will work
 
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I remove battery ~10 times, and phone always automatticly go in emergency mode when i back up battery, but device is not recognize by tool like a LGMDP-v1.5, lg studio kdz updater on computer.
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1. remove battery
2. put battery back
3. press power button+ volume up button + back button together
4. keep buttons pressed and phone will go in emergency mode
5. now lgmdp will recognize device
 
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I do what you write to me, and lgmdp recongnize the phone but when i click connect button lgmdp is notifier with message 'Error! can't open serial port (rebot and reconnect).'

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I do what you write to me, and lgmdp recongnize the phone but when i click connect button lgmdp is notifier with message 'Error! can't open serial port (rebot and reconnect).'

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Disable modem drivers (LG) in Device manager!
 
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In Device Manager is disabled only LGE Virtual Modem because he is only there. But error is still there in lgmdp.
 
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Hooo ...


I back phone in life with this tutorial: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1197111


Thanks to xzet2 for that tutorial.




Now, i installed this ROM: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1818219
But i dont have service again (no signal - baseband is unknown). With android 2.2.2. is all ok (have service, baseband v10e is show and all work ok) but i want ics.

I trie to flash baseband to P500-v20G but lgmdp dont see phone when this ics rom installed. When installed android 2.2.2 lgmdp see phone.

In Device manager LGE Virtual Modem is disabled.

What to do?

Does ok to install ROM with android 2.2.2 and then flash baseband on v20g version and then install ics, or what?

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