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27th February 2013, 04:41 PM   |  #211  
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27th February 2013, 04:44 PM   |  #212  
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Re: Has anybody gotten this? 4.1.2
If you flash via the twrp recovery do you still have to lock the phone again? Has anybody tried it?

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27th February 2013, 04:45 PM   |  #213  
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Twrp works

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Confused. Do i need to relock it? Or can i just boot into TWRP and flash the cache'd zip?
27th February 2013, 04:48 PM   |  #214  
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So, just to confirm, if I am rooted and unlocked (via Freegee), I need to restore my bootloader lock in FreeGee, use OTA Root keeper, and then I can install the OP's zip in normal recovery.

When I try and boot up my phone holding the power and volume up buttons, I get the LG logo, then it stutters and reloads the LG logo, but never sends me to the boot loader screen, it just moves onto the Sprint video. Any ideas why I cannot get into recovery?
27th February 2013, 04:57 PM   |  #215  
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i have absolutely no idea what to do lol. damn me for sleeping while this was happening!
27th February 2013, 05:05 PM   |  #216  
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i have absolutely no idea what to do lol. damn me for sleeping while this was happening!

your not the only one a nice update to the first post with instructions would be lovely!
27th February 2013, 05:07 PM   |  #217  
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I'm dying for lte in jersey lol,
So let me get this straight can I flash the OTA on twrp or do I need to go stock.

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There's LTE on 9 and 18 strangely lol.

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27th February 2013, 05:13 PM   |  #218  
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It appears that the latest version of twrp from goomanager will flash it and keep root. If not, ota root keeper is verified to work. You can also relock and flash from cache.

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I just attempted to flash the ota update zip from the latest version of TWRP and I get a failed error.

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27th February 2013, 05:18 PM   |  #219  
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for you guys above.

1st you have to be rooted and on STOCK ZV9. if u have an unlock bootloader with freegee relock it.

2nd u need to down load the update zip and put it in internal storage. you can play Ispy around this forum to find it if u dont have it yet

and this if u want to boot back up again after installing twrp after update. Thanks to Shellnutt

http://downloads.codefi.re/shelnutt2...ot-freegee.zip

3. you need to move the update file to cache.

4. if u want to keep root. download root keeper and run it.

5.reboot into stock recovery and update zip from cache

you are now running JB.

6 restore root by using root keeper

7. if u want want to unlock use freegee again for twrp.

8. boot into recovery by using rom toolbox

9. wipe cache and dalvik. then install the Freegee zip in 2nd step.

wipe cache and dalvik then reboot!

Walla! u have rooted jellybean and unlock bootloader...

LASTLY! Im not responsible for what u do to ur phone!!! im just sharing what i did and works!. If you dont want to risk doing this then patiently wait for the devs here to post up a rooted update zip
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27th February 2013, 05:53 PM   |  #220  
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for you guys above.

1st you have to be rooted and on STOCK ZV9. if u have an unlock bootloader with freegee relock it.

2nd u need to down load the update zip and put it in internal storage. you can play Ispy around this forum to find it if u dont have it yet

and this if u want to boot back up again after installing twrp after update. Thanks to Shellnutt

http://downloads.codefi.re/shelnutt2...ot-freegee.zip

3. you need to move the update file to cache.

4. if u want to keep root. download root keeper and run it.

5.reboot into stock recovery and update zip from cache

you are now running JB.

6 restore root by using root keeper

7. if u want want to unlock use freegee again for twrp.

8. boot into recovery by using rom toolbox

9. wipe cache and dalvik. then install the Freegee zip in 2nd step.

wipe cache and dalvik then reboot!

Walla! u have rooted jellybean and unlock bootloader...

LASTLY! Im not responsible for what u do to ur phone!!! im just sharing what i did and works!. If you dont want to risk doing this then patiently wait for the devs here to post up a rooted update zip


When I try to update from android recovery, I get E:signature verification failed. Should I have renamed the file or done something else not mentioned in these steps?

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