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i was reading the guide in root for lollipop last step says after getting all files and flashed and then done with the procedure it says to get out of download mode tu take battery out??? can we press power button and do a hard reboot for g2? no comand for reboot?

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click on the link in the quoted part.. above for root and recovery.

That root is made for many different lg devices so you can just ignore that part. Hold the power button instead
 
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Great guide!
But gotta change some links :eek:
Thanks,

but what do you mean change some links? Outdated/dead links or you mean that way, we need to manually update the hosts file with new sites to be blocked?


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OK, here's another one in the ask anything bin...

I've only had a few hours to try out my new G2 before I decided to return it to the seller due to a display problem, but one thing I noticed is that the display can be a little dark at lower screen brightness value. That could be due to the fact that LG trying to "imitate" their Korean couterparts' OLED screens high color saturation and also that they use a high gamma setting. But don't get me wrong here: I was very please with how the G2 looked and how nice shadows/mixed light/dark scenes looked in movies. The thing that made me worried a little though is that I often found myself jacking up the brightness settings - finding myself most often having it set around 35% when indoors.

As a comparison, my previous phone would almost always be bright enough for a daily use at around 15%. The G2 display seems to start "lighting up" once we past the ~25% mark and again, found myself using around 50-60% while watching a movie.

So, my question is: anyone has experienced this and has experimented on how the display brightness level affects the battery consumption? Something like: one hour of movie watching at 30% brightness vs the same at let's say at 60%. What kind of %/hr difference would that give?

Again, for the short time of my testing, I was very pleased with the way the battery lasted, but I'm just curious to learn what I can expect day to day usage in regards to screen brightness.

OK, long post again; I hope it's all clear at least. Thanks for any feedback.
 
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My microphone volume is too low in any CM based ROM, like BlissPop, etc, so, any call recorder apk can't record my voice properly, people can't hear me properly in WhatsApp audio, etc. Can someone help me? I have a LG G2 D805 (compatible with any 802 ROMS).
 

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I have an LG G2 D800 that I bought second-hand. I'm in Canada but mine is the AT&T model. When I bought the phone, it had been rooted and set up with 4.4.2 (CloudyFlex 2.8). I haven't changed it since then.

I would like to install a Lollipop ROM to take advantage of some of that version's features. However, I don't want to lose out on battery life, features, or stability.

In the past I have rooted and installed custom ROMs on other Android devices, but I'm a bit more nervous with my G2, as I'm new to this device and don't really know the history. Additionally, a lot of the advice out there seems somewhat dated.

Any advice on what Lollipop ROM to go for, and how to go about doing the update, would be most helpful.
 

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Hello.

May I delete stock eMail client from AOSP ROM? Or it is needed for some purpose. (Have K-9 mail client)

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And same question about native camera app as I have other one from LG.
 

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Hello.

May I delete stock eMail client from AOSP ROM? Or it is needed for some purpose. (Have K-9 mail client)

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And same question about native camera app as I have other one from LG.

I use root app deleter for this same purpose. There is an option to choose "Junior mode" and try freezing an app without actually deleting it. It remains disabled until you enable it, even after reboot (however it will still be visible in the app drawer until the first reboot).
In "Pro" mode you can actually remove the applications.
I freezed like 20 system and bloat apps (including e-mail client, messaging, etc.) without any issues.
 

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I use root app deleter for this same purpose. There is an option to choose "Junior mode" and try freezing an app without actually deleting it. It remains disabled until you enable it, even after reboot (however it will still be visible in the app drawer until the first reboot).
In "Pro" mode you can actually remove the applications.
I freezed like 20 system and bloat apps (including e-mail client, messaging, etc.) without any issues.
To be honest, I really don't see the point of using a specific app for this.

You want to "freeze" an app, use a root file explorer and rename its file extension (from x.apk to something like x.apk-bak).

System apps are located in Root/system/app or Root/system/priv-app and user apps in Root/data/app.

And yes there should be no problem deleting or "freezing" stock email and camera apps.
 

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Hey @[] AL [], what display problems did you have with your g2? You're right about the brightness, it is low as if it has more increments.
I'm not an expert at screen replacement, but it seems like if one side wasn't secured properly. And there were some discoloration going on upon me pressing at various points on the lower-right area or the right edge of the screen. Those spots would move left/right depending on how much pressure I apply and I would see that happen while just using the keyboard. So a bit the bullet and asked for an exchange.

What makes me a little worried is that I've also observed that (to a lesser level though) on the first G2 I received (returned that one also because I received the wrong model - but my mistake). So it seems to me that I'll have to be particularly careful with the G2 display... Ive also seen quite a few people saying that they've had touch problems (section of screen becoming response less).

Maybe, the narrow side bezels are making it harder to secure the display in place on this phone?

As for the brightness, I was just looking for a ball park estimate on how much faster battery will drain with regards to brightness level.
 

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I'm not an expert at screen replacement, but it seems like if one side wasn't secured properly. And there were some discoloration going on upon me pressing at various points on the lower-right area or the right edge of the screen. Those spots would move left/right depending on how much pressure I apply and I would see that happen while just using the keyboard. So a bit the bullet and asked for an exchange.

What makes me a little worried is that I've also observed that (to a lesser level though) on the first G2 I received (returned that one also because I received the wrong model - but my mistake). So it seems to me that I'll have to be particularly careful with the G2 display... Ive also seen quite a few people saying that they've had touch problems (section of screen becoming response less).

Maybe, the narrow side bezels are making it harder to secure the display in place on this phone?

As for the brightness, I was just looking for a ball park estimate on how much faster battery will drain with regards to brightness level.

Yeah that definitely isn't normal. My g2 feels pretty solid in my hand and have to apply a bit of force to get some discoloration on the screen.
I haven't used my g2 in a while but I normally keep my brightness at about 35% and it'll last me throughout the day with about 15% left with moderate use. I've had it for 2 years though, its seen many battles.
 
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I just tried again with my old and trusted Motorola and I can't seem to get any artifacts no matter how hard I press...

Here's how it looked like on that G2:
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Hopefully the replacement doesn't feel like if the screen is made of plexiglass...
 

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device - unlocked vs980 g2
was on 4.4.2
successfully rooted with ioroot
installed twrp using autorec
i think it installed well ( indicated by blue theme of twrp )
but after entering twrp - my g2 screen is full of white lines - but i can reboot - use double tap to wake - use download mode - but i cannot see anything clearly on my screen- i'm getting whatsapp notifications etc
i downloaded patched jdi kernal - tried to flash but no use
i cannot flash it
i plan to flash stock lolipop using kdz method - is it possible - will sim be locked ?
any help :confused::confused

my condition is same as shown in this video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YzqgyETJyY0


UPDATE :


my problem is fixed :angel::angel: - i updated to stock lolipop - flashed 1.6 gb kdz file using lg flash tool - white lines were present while upgrading - gone once phone finished update - now 2 tap to wake too works - verizon bloatware is only burden - got volume slider and brightness slider on notification bar :good:
 
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    Some Basics - About bootloader, kernel, recovery, rom and system

    @Closed Force asked me, where I know my stuff from and why things are like they are...

    When you press the power button, your device will load the bootloader. The bootloader afterwards will load either load the recovery, the kernel or the download-mode, depending on the keys you press. Atm there are three different bootloaders. The Jellybean one, the KitKat one and freshly the Lollipop one. Not one could be unlocked yet, so there are workarounds which allow us to boot custom ROMs (primarely kernels, but more about that later) and custom recoverys anyways. At the beginning there was the Jellybean bootloader. The developers (sorry, I dunno which one) found out how to get around this one pretty early and this workaround they called loki. It's baked in in nearly every ROM except those ones which require the KK bootloader (but that's usually not the reason they don't support the JB one). Anyways, soon the KitKat update came and thereby a new bootloader. Sadly LG patched the loki exploit and the devs found a new way to get the bootloader files wich weren't from LG. They called it bump. Bump basically just imitates the LG signature, so the bootloader thinks this file really was signed by LG. Obviously this workaround works with the JB bootloader too. In the Lollipop bootloader even this exploit has been closed and no one knows how to get around this bootloader yet. Just so much about bootloaders: As long you have a working bootloader, your device is not dead. You can usually recover it in some way.

    The G2 has about 30 partitions (for a more detailed explanation, look here, thanks @d00lz), each one has it's own functionality. One of them is the recovery partition. Imagine: The recovery partiton with a working partition is besides a working bootloader everything you need to keep your phone working. It's kind of an OS itself, completely independent from Android or anything else stored on your mobile. The great thing about is, it is so small that it can be run directly in the RAM. This means it's capable of modifing EVERY goddamn partition of your mobile. Including the bootloader and the recovery partition. Attention: Here comes bump in the first time. If you are using the recovery with the 4.4 bootloader, it need to be bumped. Otherwise the bootloader realizes that the recovery is not proven by LG and generates a "secure boot error".

    Same thing for the kernel. The kernel takes place in the /system partition and is part of the system. Anyways it's the part of it which will be loaded and booted by the bootloader if you only press the powerkey. This is why this also needs to be bumped if you want to get your system booting on a KK bootloader. Self explaining you need to have installed a compatible ROM with your kernel. When 4.4 came out, most devs switched over the LGs 4.4 sources. Soon it turned out, that the 4.2 sources were much more reliable for AOSP based ROMs. That's why most AOSP ROMs use the 4.2 bootloader and the 4.2 Kernel sources while Stock based ROMs use the 4.4 bootloader and kernel. With the version discussion it's almost done. But it's not all: There are different kernels for AOSP and for Stock based roms. That's because Stock kernels support some ROM functionalities, AOSP ROMs don't have. (e.g. knock code; which isn't open-source btw, which is why it isn't available in AOSP ROMs). So there are huge differences between the Stock and AOSP based ROMs / Kernels. The Kernel is besides of the Stock / AOSP matter independent of the ROM and can be switched at any time you want.

    Now about the /data partition... All your stuff, including Apps, system settings, app data and so on will be stored there. The reason why you should clear it every time you change the ROM (not updating, I mean switching to another ROM) is that e.g. the ROM you are coming from has some tweaks the new one doesn't have which means the new ROM doesn't know how to handle them which leads to crashes and so on.

    Now let's get to the ROM... Having a 4.2 Bootloader and a 4.2 sources based kernel doesn't mean the top layer has to be 4.2 too. Most of the AOSP based ROMs are based on Googles KitKat or Lollipop sources. And this is true KitKat or Lollipop, with all its functionalities. Those huge version-differences cause some problems in development. No wonder some things do not work properly today, but it's still the best working combination atm. It's kind of a wonder, it works as it is, but let's be happy with it. Since it is as it is, I'm very curious, how AOSP ROMs with LP Kernel sources will work. No matter on the bootloader... The ROM is the other part of the /system partition. So that's the main partition which is modified while flashing. Which partitions will be modified and (how), is written in the updater script. Theoretically running a updaterscript of a ROM which changes the bootloader, can brick your device. That's also the reason why you should only flash stuff made for your device.

    Finnaly something about the baseband, modem, what so ever...
    It happened to me that the devs or rather the OPs didn't know which baseband the user should use with the ROM. In earlier days the wrong baseband could make the ROM bootlooping. Today most ROMs work with both basebands. Best if you stay on the one you currently are and just flash another one if somethings (e.g. autrotation) don't work. The baseband can be flashed at any time and is independent of every other partition.

    Oh and maybe something about the download mode. As far as I know, it's a different partition, but not completely independent of the bootloader. And since it's this way, you can of course have a fully working bootloader, but a dead download mode which means you will not be able to flash a kdz the next time you are in big trouble^^.

    The EFS-Partition btw stores the IMEI (and the serial number afaik) of your device btw. NEVER wipe it. With a empty EFS partition you can use your mobile as a brick, but nothing more, no matter if your system works or not.

    If you got questions/additions/correction or see a mistake, post below, or PM me, I'll edit this post...
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    [SIZE=+3]Frequently Asked Questions[/SIZE]
    [SIZE=+2]LG G2[/SIZE]

    [SIZE=+1]This a short list of frequently asked questions in this device forum and the answers often given as a response. It should serve as a starting point for gathering knowledge and finding solutions to many common problems. [/SIZE]

    [SIZE=+1]Q1: How do I root my G2?[/SIZE]
    There are several root methods depending on what android version you're on:

    [SIZE=+1]Q2: How do I restore my phone to stock?[/SIZE]
    Visit the Back to stock thread. This has detailed instructions on how to flash factory firmware. If you have bricked your device or are trying to fix software issues then this is the go to method.​

    [SIZE=+1]Q3: Can I recieve OTA updates while my phone is rooted?[/SIZE]
    Short answer, no. If you have any modified files at the root level of your device this will break OTA. You may have to flash the stock firmware before you take an update.​

    [SIZE=+1]Q4: My phone won't connect to my PC. How do I fix this?[/SIZE]
    You might be experiencing driver issues. To resolve it take the following steps:
    • Download the LGUnitedMobile driver here
    • Open programs and features and delete the currently installed drivers
    • Launch the exe file of the drivers that you downloaded and let it install
    • Reboot your PC and try connecting your phone again.
    If your still not connecting then try using PDAnet drivers. Again, delete the LG drivers you installed and launch PDAnet on your PC. Let the drivers install and try again.

    [SIZE=+1]Q5: I have a f320/ isai/l-01f . Where is the development for my variant?[/SIZE]
    These variants aren't as widely supported as the other ones unfortunately. Many ROM devs support the f320 but the ISAI and l-01f don't get as much love. There are dedicated threads for these variants here:

    [SIZE=+1]Q6: Is it possible to sim unlock the Sprint G2?[/SIZE][SIZE=+1]Q7: How do I flash a custom recovery?[/SIZE]
    If you are coming from stock you need to root your device first (see Q.1). Here are the recovery methods based on android version:

    KitKat
    Use Autorec from this thread. Pick the correct one for your variant.

    Lollipop
    Use the Autorec app from the playstore. You can find them here. There is a separate app for each variant so pay close attention to which one you use.
    Launch the app and follow the instructions to reboot to recovery.

    Jellybean
    There are several methods of doing this. Here is the easiest one:
    [RECOVERY] [TWRP] [FLASHIFY] Quick & easy
    [SIZE=+1]Q8: What is ADB and fastboot?[/SIZE]
    ADB stands for Android Debug Bridge. These are the android tools developed by Google for developers and users to connect devices to a PC and send commands to it. There's a detailed guide to ADB here.
    [SIZE=+1]Q9: What is Bump!!!?[/SIZE]
    Bump is a bootloader exploit developed by team Codefire. It's purpose (in a nutshell) is to allow KitKat bootloaders to load custom boot (kernel) and recovery images to allow the flashing of custom ROMs.
    By bumping a boot.img the tool signs it using it's magic keys to trick the bootloader into thinking that it is, in fact an official boot.img.
    [SIZE=+1]Q10: I bricked my phone and it is now in fastboot mode. How do I fix this?[/SIZE]
    There are several ways to fix it. If you have download mode you can flash a stock image (see Q.2). You can also use the fastboot tools to flash over the damaged partitions (see Q.8).
    @somboons has developed a utility called SRK Tools which has a function to fix fastboot mode, and do many other useful things. You can find his tool here.
    [SIZE=+1]Q11: I rooted my device and now I need to RMA it. Is there any way to unroot/hide root?[/SIZE]
    If your device is rooted then there will be a root flag in download mode. This will be there even if you unroot from within superuser.
    To remove all traces of root you will need to flash the stock firmware again (see Q.2)
    [SIZE=+1]Q12: What is a bootstack and why is it important?[/SIZE]
    A bootstack is a set of partition images that are needed for android to boot. In the case of the G2 partitions need to be slightly modified because the LP bootloader will not load custom images. In other words, if you want to flash a custom recovery and ROM, you need a KK bootloader and bumped kernel and recovery images. Autorec does this automatically or you can flash your own hybrid bootstack
    [SIZE=+1]Q13: My phone is dead or my PC recognises my phone as QHSUSB_BULK/Qualcomm 9006/8 or security error. How do I fix this?[/SIZE]
    These errors occur when your device has mismatched/corrupt or missing partitions. This can occur by flashing the wrong ROM, Autorec or bootloader. (eg. nuking your bootloader will give you a security error.) In the case that you still have download mode, you can just flash a stock image to fix it. If your phone is not booting into any mode but it's recognized by your PC then pay attention to device manager to see how windows sees your phone. For QHSUSB_BULK see here and here.
    Alternatively you can use the Srk Tools. For qualcomm 9006 see here For Qualcomm 9008 or if your phone is not recognized by PC (windows/mac OR linux) and does not boot then you may need to follow this guide to revive your phone.​
    [SIZE=+1]Q14: How do I enter recovery with the button combination?[/SIZE]
    If you have a custom recovery you use the button combination to factory reset.

    • Power off the device
    • Hold volume down and power button until you see the LG logo
    • For JB/KK Hold volume down and power
    • For LL Hold volume down and volume up
    • Enter at the factory reset screen
    [SIZE=+1]Q15: What is an EFS and why is it important?[/SIZE]
    Your EFS partition contains some important and some basic info related to our device identity like Bluetooth MAC address, wireless devices MAC addresses, product code and the very main IMEI address, radio settings, programming parameters for the device such as your account information (phone number, etc), data provisioning parameters, etc. An EFS cannot be replaced. It is unique to every device and it is highly recommended that you back it up soon after rooting your device. See this thread for a how to. EFS Partition Backup and More [All G2 Variants
    [SIZE=+1]Q16: I updated my phone and now the touch screen is erratic and my IMEI is gone. What is happening?[/SIZE]
    This scenario is common to G2's that are refurbished with mixed parts of many G2 variants. Typically the vendor has used a motherboard from any random G2 variant and packaged it as a d802. It is fixable however, see this thread for more details on how to identify your model. You must get the real model number which is written on the bottom of the mainboard and then flash a stock image accordingly. Restoring your IMEI is trickier though. It is easy if you have previously taken an EFS backup (see Q.15). You can flash the EFS backup zip or use dd to restore modemst1 and 2.
    Without an EFS backup you cannot restore a lost IMEI. There are methods that claim to work and they are worth exploring but there is nothing that is definitely known to restore a lost IMEI.
    *​
    A special thanks to everyone who contributed to the production of this FAQ
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    Judgment Came....

    There are a lot of people joining xda on daily basis, and there are a lot of repetitive questions being asked which fill up Development threads. Point them here. Feel free to ask or answer questions. Idea of this thread is to get users to help other users with their problems/questions. Please do not spoon feed, but rather point in the direction where that user can find an answer and educate himself

    I do have the G2 fortunately, in order to make XDA a better place, I thought I'd open up a help thread for those who need it. I will be able to give lots of help to fellow G2 users. Hopefully some of the experienced G2 users help out on this thread, because it'd make everything easier. Thanks!

    First thing first. I strongly advise you to read THIS thread before posting ANYTHING on XDA.

    Then, have a quick look at the names of threads in post no2, you might find what you need right away.

    For ROM issues please do mention in your post about:
    ROM name
    ROM version and base
    kernel version and its settings
    any mods applied on top of it
    flashing "style" aka dirty or clean
    something like this
    ...and be sure you have asked before on the ROM thread unless you have less than 10 posts on XDA

    Third. The second post will be used to link to threads for some of the most common problems+fixes. You'll be surprised how much time and frustration it will save you in the future.

    ASK ANY QUESTION HERE,adb, drivers, superCID, problems, mods etc...... You will either get an answer or will get pointed in the right direction.


    No abuse towards noobs tolerated here! No question is stupid in this thread.

    ***I feel that a little OT is healthy to the success of this type of thread. The people here who help the most will develop a comradery therefore OT is allowed within reason. Common sense will be applied ;)***

    HALL OF FAME
    People who contributed most to this thread and helped countless number of people with their problems/questions. In no particular order.


    @cuks
    @xanthrax
    @Sunandroid
    @XxZombiePikachu
    @z3pp3lin
    @raptorddd
    @Art Vanderlay


    Special thanks:
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    Well, it says in the "instruction":

    "Don't flash this if -

    1. You don't know if your device needs a JDI version or not
    2. Don't know how to restore a recovery if something goes wrong
    "
    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=53605359&postcount=10351
    I have no idea what JDI is. Couldn't even find anything on google.

    JDI and LGD are, as already said, two different panels, needing different kernels. But NVM, did only hear about that after I flashed mine a few times. But that has to do with the JB/KK sources. So as long no ROM was updated to KK it didn't matter. So no wonder some guys never heard about that.
    Addictional some guy (I think it was @dr87 ) wrote an autodedection algorythm to avoid those screen damages.

    So I have an update to zve on sprint. After I flash back to stock and take it will I still be able to root my device since zve is a radio update? I'm not going to take it if I can't root again.

    Never heard about an unrootable phone after an update. And since you already toted back to stock a few times, it should not matter for you. Towelroot is still working afaik. Bootoloader/Recovery could be something else.
    Keep in mind that an installed custom recovery results in a Softbrick after an OTA. So you have to go back to stock in every case....

    VERY noob question guys but how do I flash custom ROMs on my D801? The stock kitkat ROM is starting to crap out and I'm trying to flash the Mahdi 4.4.4 ROM. Also, I still have warranty on the phone and I'm wondering if I ever need to send the phone back to T-Mobile (knock on wood) for replacement can I reflash it back to the stock ROM without them knowing I previously had a custom ROM running on it? Thanks in advance! :D

    No, now seriously, was in a hurry.

    I recommend to everyone to read sometime before flash the first time. Some important words: Recovery/TWRP/CWM, ROM, Bootloader, Root, Apk and so on. Everything else you'll lern by the time if you are interested in.

    If you want to start right of: Go to the second post. First you have to root. You can use Towelroot or iRoot. Doesn't matter. Many people say, towelroot is the easiest way to root. I'd do it with iRoot again, since I never used Towelroot and already have some experiences with iRoot.
    Since you are on KK, you have to use Autorec. Link in the second post of this thread as well. Installing the app and giving it root permission and it'll automatically downgrad your bootloader (cuz it's not possible to unlock the KK one) and install a Custom Recovery. In this case TWRP 2.7. I highly recommend to update to the heatprotected 2.8 ones. Link as well in the second post. Then it's best if you perform a full backup in twrp. I'm not sure if you can choose there what exactly you want to backup (like system, data, boot, etc.), check all and swipe. FFS you reboot after that and copy that backup from your SD to your computer. so nothing can go wrong and you can go back to stock whenever you want.
    Then download the Mahdi + GApps, copy it to your phone. Go to wipe --> advanced, and check everythin EXCEPT internal memory/SD. Oherwise you just delete the ROM you want to install and swipe. All your data (Apps, app data, contacts, etc.) will now be gone. Most gets automatically restored via the google servers. But not the Appdata. If you have something important, google Titanium Backup. I won't explain it here.
    After that, hit install and chose the zips. [Do NOT unpack or repack them. Leave them like you downloaded them.] After that you first choose the <Mahdi>.zip and then you add the gapps to the zip queue. Swipe again to flash and wait. After that just reboot. No need for wiping cache/dalvik.
    The first boot will take a while, because it's the first one. Go through the setup and have fun! If you are common with those processes, everything is like "daily live", But be careful!(at least the first time ;) ) if you take for expamle the wrong <Mahdi>.zip (for the wrong variant), your phone might get irreparable damaged. I'm not responsible for any dammage on your device! ;) And that's because I recommend some reading to everyone...
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    Thanks,

    i think i will go back to stock and just root and apply a few tweaks.
    Then when i work up the courage i might try to install the custom recovery and pardus rom.
    I still dont understand why i couldnt reboot the phone after using AutoRec to install twrp.

    Thanks again, im sure i'll need you help in the future. :p

    Dibbly.

    Well this thread is my home and as you can see I always try to help everyone here, I'll look into the specifics of the d802t and find out more about it so I can be of more help in the future

    Sent from my Potato powered G2 D800
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