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  • Last Activity: 8th April 2019 05:33 PM
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You can use this link to find your model: http://opensource.lge.com/osSch/list...ME&search=G710 ...
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Based off of the Korean freely available KDZ downloads on the LG site, I changed the model number, region code, and version to get the latest download: https://lg-firmwares.com/downloads-file/16183/G710N10p_00_TMO_US_OP_0619.kdz Even though this l...
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VS995 - I wiped system / cache/ dalvik / data -> flashed full alpha 1.7 rom with busybox and supersu -> flashed the kernal I found on the website (Stock Kernels: Alpha-Rom VS995 1AA stock kernel) -> wiped dalvik and cache -> restarted. Static on ...
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The T-Mobile version of the LG G7 can legally have it's bootloader unlocked. http://developer.lge.com/resource/mobile/IssueDeviceInfo.dev I just though I'd put this here. This should open the door for TWRP recovery. If you use the legal w...
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If the bootloader is encrypted, I would assume that we'd need to know the location of it, do a diskdump of it, & decrypt it. Then create an un-encrypted version & flashify it with twrp code in it. I have some powerful PC'S that can help decrypt. B...