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Default LG Optimus one p500 struck in Emergency mode

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I tried to flash it from the KDZ software but it left the phone in emergency mode. I tried taking the battery out but no luck.

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I'm not sure about, but if you failed in flashing, it's better don't turn phone off (removing battery). It can happen that it will never boot up! Just try flash it again with some other modes (recovery should be right, but some people say, that also another type of communication worked).
 
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Same thing happened for me. PC was not detecting the phone. Then I removed battery and plugged data cable, then came to normal

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Same thing happened for me. PC was not detecting the phone. Then I removed battery and plugged data cable, then came to normal

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If you don't started flashing in emergency mode yet, than yes, you can restart it as you want, but if you already started flash some data in recovery mode and it fails, it will be definitely better to try do that again without turning off, because there is high possibility of braking of device.
 
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Default Boots straight into emergency Mode

Hi guys, I tried to update the phone using the LG Mobile Update and for some unknown reason it was stuck at 4% and the update process interrupted itself. The phone had emergency Mode in it, I removed the battery, placed it back the phone turned on fine, checked out the version and it was on 2.2.1 (the version I had, didn't update).

I decided to retry (stupid decision) and the same thing happened except that now. I remove the battery and it goes straight into Emergency Mode. Tried updating through the KDZ Tool and it does not recognize the phone, there doesn't seem to be a "Handshake" between the PC and the Phone.

Is there anyway that maybe I can force the Phone to mount (on a Linux Box maybe) and use some other Tool to flash it?? Or did I just turn my phone into Paperweight?.

BTW, this is my girlfriend's phone and I kind of got her into giving me her phone to update it, so yeah... I feel like **** for doing this.

Forgot to mention,

Tried:

Removing the battery for a while (15 min +)

Turning on the phone while holding "Home + Volume Down" and "Home + Volume Down + Search"

Thanks in advance.

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