Originally Posted by letschky
I know the problem from the G2 because you had a command in the terminal in TWRP enter
Brick is no one but TWRP is set as default at boot
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you can simply use TWRP's awesome "terminal command" option to run the following:
Code: dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/block/platform/msm_sdcc.1/by-name/fota
then that was the solution, but if it works when GPad I do not know and do not take any responsibility!
Hey letschky, what does this command do?
I've got my device rooted and flashed TWRP on it. Then I clicked the LG update without a second thought. Now I'm stuck in recovery. I do have a nandroid, however, restoring it doesn't get me anywhere. I tried formatting the device via TWRP because I don't care about the date on it but it didn't do me any good.
Is there a way to get my device to boot again, but also keep it rooted and keep TWRP on it?
Or do I definitely have to use that LG Support tool that everyone is talking about?
Edit: The very first boot-up screen says the following:
"Secure booting Error! Cause : Device unlock!, so Boot Success!!"