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10th March 2015, 02:31 PM |#101  
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wait for 2min then unplug the device and pull the battery and put it back... turn on your device you will see "Android is upgrading" that mean it worked... install "Root Checker" and see...

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Hmm, that's strange. Did you try the same process twice? Just once didn't do anything for me, not install supersu etc. If you did, I'm not sure, I guess it could be possible it's because the device is encrypted.

I did the whole process three times. No command feedback, waited 5 minutes, and what should I do? Just unplug, pull the battery, or send the command LEAVE?
 
 
10th March 2015, 02:33 PM |#102  
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I did the whole process three times. No command feedback, waited 5 minutes, and what should I do? Just unplug, pull the battery, or send the command LEAVE?

Well, we don't have a removable battery so I just unplugged then held power until it turned off and rebooted. Good luck.
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I did the whole process three times. No command feedback, waited 5 minutes, and what should I do? Just unplug, pull the battery, or send the command LEAVE?

Just unplug and pull the battery...
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10th March 2015, 02:40 PM |#104  
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Well, we don't have a removable battery so I just unplugged then held power until it turned off and rebooted. Good luck.

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Just unplug and pull the battery...

4th time, no luck...
10th March 2015, 02:44 PM |#105  
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Well, we don't have a removable battery so I just unplugged then held power until it held powered off and rebooted. Good luck.

dude... he have a LG G3 D855 international and it has removable battery... so holding a power button will not turnoff the device...
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10th March 2015, 02:47 PM |#106  
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Any other suggestion? Should I unencrypt the device?
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4th time, no luck...

Make sure your com port number is correct... you need to send the commend to "DIAG" com port...

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Any other suggestion? Should I unencrypt the device?

if nothing work you should try it.
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dude... he have a LG G3 D855 international and it has removable battery... so holding a power button will not turnoff the device...

Ohh, I didn't know that, thanks for the information!
10th March 2015, 02:54 PM |#109  
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yes, its COM7 as in this picture...
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10th March 2015, 03:01 PM |#110  
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Guide works brill, and very well written + picture examples, thank you.
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Any other suggestion? Should I unencrypt the device?

Yes try to unencrypt, and redo all steps.
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