I got a problem yesterday with my LG L5 II Dual phone: I caught my sisters pressing any buttons on it and when I saw what they did, there was an Android image on it. Now, every time I try to boot it, it cannot finish the initial setup, saying "Unfortunately, LGSetupWizard stopped."
I've rooted this phone some time ago, but the root seems to have no effect now. For instance, I deleted the following apps:
- All of "TIM" resources ("TIM Recarga, TIM Música, TIM this, TIM that"); "TIM" is the mobile operator of my phone.
I tried to follow the steps described in this post: "[Tutorial] Flashing KDZ on LG L5 II (E455/E460) and other LG phones", but I can't get my phone detected under "Download Mode", what I accessed using (Vol Up) + (Vol Down) keys while booting the phone. Unfortunately, it couldn't be detected in any workaround provided by this guide.
When connected under "Download Mode", I see a device called "LGE AndroidNet USB Modem" under "Modems" category on Windows Device Manager. It seems to be the only mode my phone could be detected under this mode.
Playing around with it, I could access a "Recovery Mode" by (Vol Up) + (Quick Access) keys while booting up the phone. I tried to get some info about it and I could, at least, use it with ADB. But I have read-only access, not read-write anymore. Searching more trying to get an answer to "ADB Force Root Mode", I got some things to notice, like the file "default.prop" under the phone's root system.
This "default.prop" shows the following 6 first lines:
ro.secure=1 ro.allow.mock.location=0 persist.mtk.aee.aed=on ro.debuggable=0 persist.sys.usb.config=charge_only persist.service.acm.enable=0
What can I do to, at least, try to delete some files on it, specifically the 4 setup wizard ones, located at "/system/app/" under the names "LGSetupWizard_JB.apk", "LGSetupWizard_JB.odex", "SetupWizard.apk" and "SetupWizard.odex", since these are the ones which I'm dealing with?
Ah. I tried on computers running Windows 8.1 and Windows XP SP3. No luck.
(edit: 2014-04-02, 23:16 UTC -03:00)
I've playing around with ADB trying to run it with another mode. I don't know if this can help, but sending the phone to recovery mode using ADB
adb reboot recovery