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By GalaxyWhy, Senior Member on 5th April 2014, 05:44 AM
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Hey guys, so I rooted my LG G2, as of now Australia hasn't recieved the Kitkat update.
I was wondering if I could flash the stock 4.4 onto my device and how i would go about doing this? Ive only ever rooted and flashed cyanogen mod before (on my Galaxy s3).

This is my phones software info:
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5th April 2014, 04:07 PM |#2  
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Hey guys, so I rooted my LG G2, as of now Australia hasn't recieved the Kitkat update.
I was wondering if I could flash the stock 4.4 onto my device and how i would go about doing this? Ive only ever rooted and flashed cyanogen mod before (on my Galaxy s3).

This is my phones software info:
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You certainly can mate, I'm on the same as you and I flashed this one http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2680789 but I lost my recovery and had to downgrade again. I recommend you flash the other one in d802 development which has a recovery because in all honesty, I think jellybean is better.



Edit: Jellybean was better. Until D80220C came along
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You certainly can mate, I'm on the same as you and I flashed this one http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2680789 but I lost my recovery and had to downgrade again. I recommend you flash the other one in d802 development which has a recovery because in all honesty, I think jellybean is better.

Has anyone on D802T successfully flashed KK cos I can't seem to do it. When I flash via pc I get stuck on 49% and when I flash via recovery, it never boots into kk, and I have to restore my nandroid. Any advice on the best method would be appreciated, cos I'm almost ready to give up on getting kitkat.Thanks in advance.
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Has anyone on D802T successfully flashed KK cos I can't seem to do it. When I flash via pc I get stuck on 49% and when I flash via recovery, it never boots into kk, and I have to restore my nandroid. Any advice on the best method would be appreciated, cos I'm almost ready to give up on getting kitkat.Thanks in advance.

If you're doing with a kdz try using just the mobile support tool and doing the update. What do you mean by doesn't boot up? Does it bootloop or something?
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If you're doing with a kdz try using just the mobile support tool and doing the update. What do you mean by doesn't boot up? Does it bootloop or something?

Excuse my ignorance but what is mobile support tool?
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Excuse my ignorance but what is mobile support tool?

Its the tool that does the flashing in the back to stock method. LG mobile support tool. Try running that on its own and plug your phone in. It should give you the update online.
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