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[Q] Restore stock kitkat recovery after Autorec

21st May 2014, 06:42 PM |#1  
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Hi guys,

Recently ive installed Cloudystock to test it but for selling purposes ive restored the stock firmware by flashing the kitkat .kdz (D80220b) file using R&D tool everything goes well but ive noticed when I try to go to recovery mode to do a factory reset it does nothing, Ive flashed the JB firmware stock recovery exist then ive upgraded to kitkat thru OTA again stock recovery is gone, is there a way to restore kitkat stock recovery? Im using D802, ESA variant. Thanks in advance!
21st May 2014, 07:38 PM |#2  
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You've got the stock recovery, try "adb reboot recovery"
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You've got the stock recovery, try "adb reboot recovery"

Thank God you've replied mate, ill try to explore that stuff im really new to adb, a quick question so after autorec i cannot go to stock recovery by using down volume and power button anymore it has to be done using adb? Thanks a lot!
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Autorec install custom recovery(TWRP)


You can enter it:

1. adb reboot recovery


2. power off - hold volume down + power until you see the lg logo - release shortly and then hold the keys again(volume down + power) - factory reset will ask you to confirm(but it's actually not resetting, it's entering the custom recovery)


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if you've flashed a stock - KDZ, there is no trace of AutoRec or TWRP and by doing it you will actually do a factory reset.
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Autorec install custom recovery(TWRP)


You can enter it:

1. adb reboot recovery


2. power off - hold volume down + power until you see the lg logo - release shortly and then hold the keys again(volume down + power) - factory reset will ask you to confirm(but it's actually not resetting, it's entering the custom recovery)


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if you've flashed a stock - KDZ, there is no trace of AutoRec or TWRP and by doing it you will actually do a factory reset.


Yup thats what i find weird because ive already flashed my phone with a kdz file.. when i flashed a kdz file for jb button combination works but right after upgrading to kitkat neither thru OTA from JB or flashing a kitkat KDZ file button combo wont work, right now im trying to root my device to check if im able to go to stock recovery using an app
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