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17th October 2016, 01:51 AM |#5001  
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Go into developer settings & enable it

The phone doesn't boot pass the initial Google logo.
 
 
17th October 2016, 01:54 AM |#5002  
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The phone doesn't boot pass the initial Google logo.

Probably gonna have to wipe flash via fastboot then.. unless someone else has a better idea

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17th October 2016, 02:10 AM |#5003  
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I'm on the latest build of Pure Nexus using SuperSU 2.78 and currently have r32 flashed. I'm wondering if I have to re-flash SuperSU after flashing the newest kernel, before flashing, or do I flash just the kernel then reboot? Thanks.

Edit - I'm also using twrp 3.0.2-3

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17th October 2016, 02:12 AM |#5004  
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Probably gonna have to wipe flash via fastboot then.. unless someone else has a better idea

I've tried that as well and I've also tried to flash back to stock via download mode and .tot file.. no profit, my next step is to use the Android SDK via fastboot but this is my first time having to go this far so it's all kinda fairly new to me. I normally don't ever have to mess with ADB commands and all that. I was just thinking of sending the phone into LG under the 1 year warranty and have them do it all for me..
17th October 2016, 02:25 AM |#5005  
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When I tried that in CMD prompt it tells me that OEM unlock is not allowed

Just go into the custom recovery you said you had and flash the latest ota.zip from Google. Done.
17th October 2016, 02:26 AM |#5006  
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I'm on the latest build of Pure Nexus using SuperSU 2.78 and currently have r32 flashed. I'm wondering if I have to re-flash SuperSU after flashing the newest kernel, before flashing, or do I flash just the kernel then reboot? Thanks.

Edit - I'm also using twrp 3.0.2-3

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You don't need to reflash supersu when flashing new FK's.
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17th October 2016, 02:29 AM |#5007  
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Great, thanks!

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17th October 2016, 02:45 AM |#5008  
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Just go into the custom recovery you said you had and flash the latest ota.zip from Google. Done.

I tried, but the recovery is back to stock.
17th October 2016, 02:47 AM |#5009  
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I tried, but the recovery is back to stock.

It works with stock recovery.
17th October 2016, 02:50 AM |#5010  
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I'm on the latest build of Pure Nexus using SuperSU 2.78 and currently have r32 flashed. I'm wondering if I have to re-flash SuperSU after flashing the newest kernel, before flashing, or do I flash just the kernel then reboot? Thanks.

Edit - I'm also using twrp 3.0.2-3

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Where did you get the new twrp
17th October 2016, 02:59 AM |#5011  
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Where did you get the new twrp

It's the unofficial build. There's a link for it in the rooting/unlocking/flashing guide thread by Heisenberg.

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