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Default [vk810][altev]stock 4.2.2 ROM backup (using TWRP)

If you want FULL STOCK, you'll need to go here:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/lg-g...stock-t2800857

Below = my backup with some bloatware removed

This is a backup taken using TWRP of the stock LG 4.2.2 ROM

NOTE:
This is only for the vk810 Verizon LTE model (product name altev)

/system and boot.img (kernel) is backed up (/data is backed up too, with 0 files in it). stock recovery IS NOT included (scroll to bottom of post)


Download: stock LG 4.2.2 for vk810 Verizon LTE model

I've removed a lot of junk apps from this version below. Let me upload a clean version (with all the junk)
(a lot of junk apps removed) my site(last resort)
  1. You need TWRP installed
  2. Untar and copy the folder somewhere on the device (Windows: use p7zip)
  3. Boot to TWRP
  4. Backup your current ROM.
  5. Yes, remember to backup your current ROM
  6. Wipe cache/dalvik/data
  7. Restore this backup within TWRP
  8. Reboot to ROM
  9. Once ROM boots, it'll say "Preparing your tablet" and get stuck there for some time (probably copying files from the /system to the empty /data partition




If you want to restore stock recovery, you'll need to do it manually via dd

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...9&postcount=65
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sure get it here: http://goo.gl/cmrBwV

shouldn't need to loki patch it
just copy it to your internal storage and flash with dd

open your terminal on your pc enter the following commands

Code:
Select Code
adb shell

su

dd if=/sdcard/recovery.img of=/dev/block/platform/msm_sdcc.1/by-name/recovery

exit

exit
just make sure the commands are exactly right
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Is there a version without the junk removed coming?
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Is there a version without the junk removed coming?
can't find my backup of actually-stock TWRP backup...

this weekend, going to attemp to flash my (actually-stock) system.img backup and see
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Won't recognize as backup in TWRP...

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Won't recognize as backup in TWRP...

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You probably don't have it in the right folder. Do a backup of your rom and then place this in the same folder as that one is in.
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You probably don't have it in the right folder. Do a backup of your rom and then place this in the same folder as that one is in.
Ended up doing just that and it worked. Thanks...

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