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[FIX] NO Recovery mode, No download mode, after OTA on rooted LG G2

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Brappa

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Dec 3, 2013
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Can you give more detail on how to short to enable. Qdloader?

1) remove cover
2) unscrew upper plastic
3) remove buttons plate with shield
4) uplug battery and plug again
5) short C5000 or C5004 or together. While shorting plug USB.

I don't know what to do next.
 

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dizigma

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After doing this my verizon vs980 ( I used files for my device, not the ones provided in the OP), it won't even boot to the lg logo and is not recognized by linux anymore. Anything I can do?
 

-iNCEPTiON-

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Hello everyone, Last night I bricked my phone ! I was restoring to stock using download mode (LG flash tool) and suddenly the cable was disconnected due to my mistake and now I cannot go to download mode and recovery ! I tried to follow the guide in this thread .. I installed the drivers and everything .. but when I go to Ubuntu , and type ls /dev/sd* and it just shows /dev/sda and nothing else :( i tried connecting and disconnecting the phone but ubuntu doesn't do anything please help .. my phone is bricked :((

I managed to run the tutorial just fine .. but now its not booting in recovery mode , no download mode and its just stuck at LG LOGO ? what should I do now ???
 

-iNCEPTiON-

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Try holding power button until device shuts down, then, while holding the vol up button, plug it into your computer before the lg screen appears again. Then it will go into download mode and you can use lg support tool to flash back to stock and start all over.....

I tried doing this but LG logo appears all the time and its not doing anything.. Please help :(
 

amdpox

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Dec 18, 2011
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After doing this my verizon vs980 ( I used files for my device, not the ones provided in the OP), it won't even boot to the lg logo and is not recognized by linux anymore. Anything I can do?

Not recognised at all, or just not showing up as drives any more? If you run "sudo lsusb" in a terminal and you see something like "Qualcomm, Inc. Gobi Wireless Modem (QDL mode)" then you're in the qhsusb_dload boat that me (and it seems a couple of others) are in. The hope is that we can get the right files together to flash with QPST; but personally QPST won't even recognise my device, even with the qualcomm 9008 drivers installed. :/

The behaviour I see from the serial device in Linux is as described in http://forum.xda-developers.com/showpost.php?p=54821229&postcount=71 - apparently it's the Sahara protocol. However, on Windows the QPST configuration tool does not recognise it as a phone in Sahara mode. :s
 
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faruk_black

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Oct 3, 2014
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help

I have a g2 asking ls980 model
Which of the following commands in the fast type fastboot boot:
fastboot erase boot
fastboot erase aboot
fastboot erase recovery
fastboot erase words
fastboot reboot
then ubuntu terminal


Files to download from here
1 sbl1.img
2 aboot.img
3 rpm.img
4 tz.img
Openrecovery-TWRP-2.6.3.2-5-980 ZVC 8 img files I installed g2sprls
phone still does not turn on. laf.img will recognize, and boot.img had previously deleted.

now ubuntu
What can I do I can not see the files? please help
 

joeyman

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Oct 4, 2014
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1 time is there the 2-th time it's gone

When im connecting the phone i have to try many times this command

ls /dev/sd*

Sometimes i'm getting the phone, but when i try again it's gone. Like the phone is keep connecting and disconnect.

I'm getting really nervous 2 days im having the same problem.....

[email protected]:~# ls /dev/sd*
/dev/sda /dev/sda2 /dev/sda6 /dev/sdb1
/dev/sda1 /dev/sda5 /dev/sdb /dev/sdb2

[email protected]:~# ls /dev/sd*
/dev/sda /dev/sdc /dev/sdc16 /dev/sdc23 /dev/sdc30 /dev/sdc5
/dev/sda1 /dev/sdc1 /dev/sdc17 /dev/sdc24 /dev/sdc31 /dev/sdc6
/dev/sda2 /dev/sdc10 /dev/sdc18 /dev/sdc25 /dev/sdc32 /dev/sdc7
/dev/sda5 /dev/sdc11 /dev/sdc19 /dev/sdc26 /dev/sdc33 /dev/sdc8
/dev/sda6 /dev/sdc12 /dev/sdc2 /dev/sdc27 /dev/sdc34 /dev/sdc9
/dev/sdb /dev/sdc13 /dev/sdc20 /dev/sdc28 /dev/sdc35
/dev/sdb1 /dev/sdc14 /dev/sdc21 /dev/sdc29 /dev/sdc36
/dev/sdb2 /dev/sdc15 /dev/sdc22 /dev/sdc3 /dev/sdc4


[email protected]:~# ls /dev/sd*
/dev/sda /dev/sda2 /dev/sda6 /dev/sdb1
/dev/sda1 /dev/sda5 /dev/sdb /dev/sdb2
[email protected]:~# ^C
[email protected]:~#
 
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amdpox

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When im connecting the phone i have to try many times this command

ls /dev/sd*

Sometimes i'm getting the phone, but when i try again it's gone. Like the phone is keep connecting and disconnect.

I'm getting really nervous 2 days im having the same problem.....

[email protected]:~# ls /dev/sd*
/dev/sda /dev/sda2 /dev/sda6 /dev/sdb1
/dev/sda1 /dev/sda5 /dev/sdb /dev/sdb2

[email protected]:~# ls /dev/sd*
/dev/sda /dev/sdc /dev/sdc16 /dev/sdc23 /dev/sdc30 /dev/sdc5
/dev/sda1 /dev/sdc1 /dev/sdc17 /dev/sdc24 /dev/sdc31 /dev/sdc6
/dev/sda2 /dev/sdc10 /dev/sdc18 /dev/sdc25 /dev/sdc32 /dev/sdc7
/dev/sda5 /dev/sdc11 /dev/sdc19 /dev/sdc26 /dev/sdc33 /dev/sdc8
/dev/sda6 /dev/sdc12 /dev/sdc2 /dev/sdc27 /dev/sdc34 /dev/sdc9
/dev/sdb /dev/sdc13 /dev/sdc20 /dev/sdc28 /dev/sdc35
/dev/sdb1 /dev/sdc14 /dev/sdc21 /dev/sdc29 /dev/sdc36
/dev/sdb2 /dev/sdc15 /dev/sdc22 /dev/sdc3 /dev/sdc4


[email protected]:~# ls /dev/sd*
/dev/sda /dev/sda2 /dev/sda6 /dev/sdb1
/dev/sda1 /dev/sda5 /dev/sdb /dev/sdb2
[email protected]:~# ^C
[email protected]:~#

Are they also disappearing from /dev/disk/by-partlabel ? Do you see anything in dmesg after the disappearance?
 

joeyman

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Fix

Are they also disappearing from /dev/disk/by-partlabel ? Do you see anything in dmesg after the disappearance?

I finaly pass that first part of this toutorial, now i have twrp recovery on my phone. The problem was mu usb mouse, i remove the usb and the phone was read by ubuntu just fine then.

____________________________________________________________________________________________

But now im stuck on boot lop in twrp, and i don't know what to do.

I'v tryed this

dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/block/platform/msm_sdcc.1/by-name/fota
dd if=/dev/zero of=/dev/block/platform/msm_sdcc.1/by-name/misc

from the twrp but it's not working, im steal booting in it.....

Don't know what to o any more... and my download mode is broken, i can only see at the begining download mode and it's stuck like it. It does not show nothing more...
 

rthefley

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Aug 25, 2010
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I'm in a pickle.

Like many others here, I also have a bricked LG G2 ATT d800. I've tried ubuntu and pushing various files / recoveries over the course of a handful of attempts to regain control of my phone. No such luck. I do NOT have fast boot, download mode. I can access hard reset, but it does nothing. I am fortunate to still see the phone in Ubuntu. The one thing my phone does do is upon turning on or using hard reset gives me a very brief ( 1/2 second ) LG logo.

I would like to offer a $40 dollar paypal bounty / donation to the person that can give me the correct info that gives me back control of my phone. I can make that donation directly to xda dev on behalf of that person or directly to that individuals pocket. I'm offering this donation / bounty for the simple reason of desperation. Also, this is what a good local phone shop would charge to unbrick the phone. I did stop at a few and was told there are a few shops here in Kansas City that should be able to do this for me. I've benefited greatly from these forums over the years that I wanted to give back in some small fashion.

It should be noted that I've tried to get help via another forum post - http://forum.xda-developers.com/lg-g2/help/seeks-expert-help-bricked-att-lg-g2-t2895616

At the time, I was unaware of these massive thread.

p/s - Yes, I am good for the bounty / donation.
 
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berserkk

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Just some advice
what version firmware were you on before you bricked?
have you downloaded the right firmware for your device? should be a kdz file?

use your imei to download the latest firmware for your device:
http://csmg.lgmobile.com:9002/csmg/b2c/client/auth_model_check2.jsp?esn=<imei here>

if you dont have your imei ? you can hold all three power, vol down + vol up while turning on, to see if you can get into test mode - should have imei there

use the following tool to: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2600575

extract dz from the kdz file
extract bin files from dz file

these bin files are what you can flash using the instructions on this thread
WARNING:
when you use

Code:
gdisk -l /dev/sdb
Code:
Number  Start (sector)    End (sector)  Size       Code  Name
   1           32768          163839   64.0 MiB    0700  modem
   2          163840          165887   1024.0 KiB  FFFF  sbl1
   3          165888          166911   512.0 KiB   FFFF  dbi
   4          196608          197631   512.0 KiB   FFFF  DDR
   5          229376          231423   1024.0 KiB  FFFF  aboot
   6          231424          233471   1024.0 KiB  FFFF  rpm
   7          262144          294911   16.0 MiB    FFFF  boot
   8          294912          296959   1024.0 KiB  FFFF  tz
and get a result like above
Make sure that the files you flash are the exact same size as the partitions (substract start sector from end sector to get byte size), if they are not the same you will not be flashing the same file and can corrupt other partitions.
 

alraggad

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amman
hello .... any help please

[email protected]:~# sudo lsusb
Bus 001 Device 003: ID 05c6:9008 Qualcomm, Inc. Gobi Wireless Modem (QDL mode)
Bus 002 Device 002: ID 0e0f:0003 VMware, Inc. Virtual Mouse
Bus 002 Device 003: ID 0e0f:0002 VMware, Inc. Virtual USB Hub
Bus 001 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0002 Linux Foundation 2.0 root hub
Bus 002 Device 001: ID 1d6b:0001 Linux Foundation 1.1 root hub

and i don't see any partitions in windows and ubuntu
 

mohitjindal18

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Sep 25, 2014
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Unable to find files for F320L

Hi,

I have LG G2, F320L, Korean model. Whenever I start my phone, only LG logo appears. "Sometimes" I am able enter fastboot mode and sometimes recovery mode. Download mode is unavailable.
I have tried to unbrick my phone using method mentioned here - "http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2477595" . But I am unable to succeed using this method.

Then I came across this solution, but I am unable to find .img files for F320L. The files menitoned in this link are .bin files and not .img. I couldn't convert .bin files to .img using format converter also mentioned later in the thread. I went through all the messages on this thread. But unable to find a link. Please help me. I am in desperate need of solution.

I am new to all this. So If is the solution is already mentioned, kindly direct me to that. I am getting confused with all this knowledge flowing around.

First of all i must thank @Shelnutt2 from lg-g2 irc channel who helped me to unbrick my phone and get it back alive. The whole process described bellow came from him.


Description of the problem:

Your LG G2 D802 is living this situation:
1- Rooted and got OTA
2- No Download mode
3- No recovery mode
4- Secure booting error
5- LG detected as qhsusb_bulk in device manager
6- When you boot your device it shows only LG logo with secure booting error, then the screen goes black while your phone is still on.
7- Other symptoms :)


The only solution for you is the following.

I'll explain the solution for an LG G2 D802 10a, then you can apply it for your device model by downloading the appropriate files.
You will need to use linux.
Ubuntu is good enough to make the job. You can use a virtual machine, live cd or a bootable usb stick.

So lets start.

Files to download from here
1- sbl1.img
2- aboot.img
3- rpm.img
4- tz.img
5- openrecovery-twrp-2.6.3.2-g2d802

Thanks to @sabooakhte who has shared his experience:


Now just boot into ubuntu and plug your LG G2 to the computer.

Put the downloaded files in the desktop or wherever you want. You just need to know the path to your files.
unplug any other usb device except your mouse, keyboard and lg g2.
Open terminal in ubuntu then type:

Code:
ls /dev/sd*

It should return something like this:



In this case your device is detected under sdb. you may have it under sdc. just look for the biggest number, in this case /dev/sdb36 so it is sdb.

Linux keeps poping up error message "unable to mount..."? follow this solution by @priority3


now, according to the result of the first command type the following:

Code:
gdisk -l /dev/sdb

you will get result:

Code:
Number  Start (sector)    End (sector)  Size       Code  Name
   1           32768          163839   64.0 MiB    0700  modem
   [COLOR="Red"]2          163840          165887   1024.0 KiB  FFFF  sbl1[/COLOR]
   3          165888          166911   512.0 KiB   FFFF  dbi
   4          196608          197631   512.0 KiB   FFFF  DDR
   [COLOR="red"]5          229376          231423   1024.0 KiB  FFFF  aboot[/COLOR]
  [COLOR="red"] 6          231424          233471   1024.0 KiB  FFFF  rpm[/COLOR]
   7          262144          294911   16.0 MiB    FFFF  boot
  [COLOR="red"] 8          294912          296959   1024.0 KiB  FFFF  tz[/COLOR]
   9          296960          296961   1024 bytes  0700  pad
  10          327680          333823   3.0 MiB     FFFF  modemst1
  11          333824          339967   3.0 MiB     FFFF  modemst2
  12          339968          339969   1024 bytes  FFFF  pad1
  13          360448          393215   16.0 MiB    FFFF  misc
  14          393216          458751   32.0 MiB    0700  persist
  [COLOR="red"]15          458752          491519   16.0 MiB    FFFF  recovery[/COLOR]
  16          491520          497663   3.0 MiB     FFFF  fsg
  17          524288          525311   512.0 KiB   FFFF  fsc
  18          525312          526335   512.0 KiB   FFFF  ssd
  19          526336          526337   1024 bytes  FFFF  pad2
  20          526338          527361   512.0 KiB   FFFF  encrypt
  21          557056          573439   8.0 MiB     0700  drm
  22          573440          589823   8.0 MiB     0700  sns
  23          589824          655359   32.0 MiB    FFFF  laf
  24          655360          720895   32.0 MiB    FFFF  fota
  25          720896          786431   32.0 MiB    0700  mpt
  26          786432          787455   512.0 KiB   FFFF  dbibak
  27          787456          789503   1024.0 KiB  FFFF  rpmbak
  28          789504          791551   1024.0 KiB  FFFF  tzbak
  29          791552          791567   8.0 KiB     FFFF  rct
  30          819200         6488063   2.7 GiB     0700  system
  31         6488064         7733247   608.0 MiB   0700  cache
  32         7733248         7897087   80.0 MiB    0700  tombstones
  33         7897088         7929855   16.0 MiB    0700  spare
  34         7929856         8028159   48.0 MiB    0700  cust
  35         8028160        30703615   10.8 GiB    0700  userdata
  36        30703616        30777310   36.0 MiB    0700  grow

We will be interested by lines marked by red color here. those lines show us the partitions numbers of each file we have downloaded at the begining.
I'm talking about
1- sbl1.img
2- aboot.img
3- rpm.img
4- tz.img
5- openrecovery-twrp-2.6.3.2-g2d802

in our case the sbl1.img is located under sdb2
aboot.img under sdb5
rpm.img under sdb6
tz.img under sdb8
recovery under sdb15

now be careful and try to make it the right way.
we will use dd commands to push img files inside the right partitions.
So lets start:

if youare not logged on as root in ubuntu just open terminal and type
Code:
sudo -i
then type your password

now you must be under root access.

then type the following dd command:

Code:
dd if=[COLOR="Red"]/home/med/Desktop/[/COLOR]sbl1.img of=/dev/sdb2

i put files in the desktop, so the path to the img files for me is /home/med/Desktop/. just replace this path by the appropriate path to your files. one done you will get some information about the file size you pushed and maybe time of the operation.

keep doing the samething for the other files:

Code:
dd if=/home/med/Desktop/aboot.img of=/dev/sdb5

dd if=/home/med/Desktop/rpm.img of=/dev/sdb6

dd if=/home/med/Desktop/tz.img of=/dev/sdb8

dd if=/home/med/Desktop/openrecovery-twrp-2.6.3.2-g2d802 of=/dev/sdb15

Once you finish just reboot your phone, if you did things as described you must boot into twrp recovery.

now just use twrp to flash your ROM and follow this tutorial to reboot into your ROM
http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2451696

Good Luck.;)
If you have fixed your your phone you can consider to pay me a coffee cup :)
paypal: [email protected]
 
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rajnathr

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Jan 27, 2012
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No PC detection
No Recovery
No Download Mode
No FastBoot.
No button combination works.
Noting possible to recover the phone just only LG Logo and noting more.
Same was here so from Malaysia I sent the phone with my friend to Dubai where it was purchased and he handed over the shop from where it was purchased.
The LG Engineer upon checking the phone noted fault as PCB error, and has to be replaced,
Which was done and I received my phone within 15 days without paying single buck.. so now they don't know if the phone is rooted or not.
SO if any one is having any problem and still has warranty PLEASE PLEASE visit LG care center, they will just check and will ask say simply say I don't know what happened.
GOOD LUCK to ALL...
 

-iNCEPTiON-

Senior Member
Apr 29, 2011
1,476
521
Islamabad
No PC detection
No Recovery
No Download Mode
No FastBoot.
No button combination works.
Noting possible to recover the phone just only LG Logo and noting more.
Same was here so from Malaysia I sent the phone with my friend to Dubai where it was purchased and he handed over the shop from where it was purchased.
The LG Engineer upon checking the phone noted fault as PCB error, and has to be replaced,
Which was done and I received my phone within 15 days without paying single buck.. so now they don't know if the phone is rooted or not.
SO if any one is having any problem and still has warranty PLEASE PLEASE visit LG care center, they will just check and will ask say simply say I don't know what happened.
GOOD LUCK to ALL...

What was replaced?? As I am in the same situation .. I have given the phone to a shop here and they said that they need to Jtag that !
 

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    First of all i must thank @Shelnutt2 from lg-g2 irc channel who helped me to unbrick my phone and get it back alive. The whole process described bellow came from him.


    Description of the problem:

    Your LG G2 D802 is living this situation:
    1- Rooted and got OTA
    2- No Download mode
    3- No recovery mode
    4- Secure booting error
    5- LG detected as qhsusb_bulk in device manager
    6- When you boot your device it shows only LG logo with secure booting error, then the screen goes black while your phone is still on.
    7- Other symptoms :)


    The only solution for you is the following.

    I'll explain the solution for an LG G2 D802 10a, then you can apply it for your device model by downloading the appropriate files.
    You will need to use linux.
    Ubuntu is good enough to make the job. You can use a virtual machine, live cd or a bootable usb stick.

    So lets start.

    Files to download from here
    VERY IMPORTANT!!!!!!!
    You must use the img files that correspond to the ROM you have installed before getting the problem to avoid breaking your phone. The link above is for 10b_EUR_16G firmware version. So don't use those files if your firmware version was not that one. Instead you should look for img files corresponding to the current version installed in your phone. If you don't know what version you've installed then don't use this method because you will break your phone.
    1- sbl1.img
    2- aboot.img
    3- rpm.img
    4- tz.img
    5- openrecovery-twrp-2.6.3.2-g2d802

    Thanks to @sabooakhte who has shared his experience:
    IMPORTANT: NEVER FLASH ORIGINAL RECOVERY.IMG TO THE RECOVERY PARTITION!!!

    Now just boot into ubuntu and plug your LG G2 to the computer.

    Put the downloaded files in the desktop or wherever you want. You just need to know the path to your files.
    unplug any other usb device except your mouse, keyboard and lg g2.
    Open terminal in ubuntu then type:

    Code:
    ls /dev/sd*

    It should return something like this:

    /dev/sda /dev/sda1 /dev/sda2 /dev/sda5
    /dev/sdb1 /dev/sdb2 /dev/sdb3 /dev/sdb4
    /dev/sdb5 .......... /dev/sdb36

    In this case your device is detected under sdb. you may have it under sdc. just look for the biggest number, in this case /dev/sdb36 so it is sdb.

    Linux keeps poping up error message "unable to mount..."? follow this solution by @priority3
    You can stop the "unable to mount..." error messages from popping up by disabling
    the automount feature of Ubuntu.
    "To enable or disable automount open a terminal and type dconf-editor followed by the [Enter] key.
    Browse to org.gnome.desktop.media-handling."

    now, according to the result of the first command type the following:

    Code:
    gdisk -l /dev/sdb

    you will get result:

    Code:
    Number  Start (sector)    End (sector)  Size       Code  Name
       1           32768          163839   64.0 MiB    0700  modem
       [COLOR="Red"]2          163840          165887   1024.0 KiB  FFFF  sbl1[/COLOR]
       3          165888          166911   512.0 KiB   FFFF  dbi
       4          196608          197631   512.0 KiB   FFFF  DDR
       [COLOR="red"]5          229376          231423   1024.0 KiB  FFFF  aboot[/COLOR]
      [COLOR="red"] 6          231424          233471   1024.0 KiB  FFFF  rpm[/COLOR]
       7          262144          294911   16.0 MiB    FFFF  boot
      [COLOR="red"] 8          294912          296959   1024.0 KiB  FFFF  tz[/COLOR]
       9          296960          296961   1024 bytes  0700  pad
      10          327680          333823   3.0 MiB     FFFF  modemst1
      11          333824          339967   3.0 MiB     FFFF  modemst2
      12          339968          339969   1024 bytes  FFFF  pad1
      13          360448          393215   16.0 MiB    FFFF  misc
      14          393216          458751   32.0 MiB    0700  persist
      [COLOR="red"]15          458752          491519   16.0 MiB    FFFF  recovery[/COLOR]
      16          491520          497663   3.0 MiB     FFFF  fsg
      17          524288          525311   512.0 KiB   FFFF  fsc
      18          525312          526335   512.0 KiB   FFFF  ssd
      19          526336          526337   1024 bytes  FFFF  pad2
      20          526338          527361   512.0 KiB   FFFF  encrypt
      21          557056          573439   8.0 MiB     0700  drm
      22          573440          589823   8.0 MiB     0700  sns
      23          589824          655359   32.0 MiB    FFFF  laf
      24          655360          720895   32.0 MiB    FFFF  fota
      25          720896          786431   32.0 MiB    0700  mpt
      26          786432          787455   512.0 KiB   FFFF  dbibak
      27          787456          789503   1024.0 KiB  FFFF  rpmbak
      28          789504          791551   1024.0 KiB  FFFF  tzbak
      29          791552          791567   8.0 KiB     FFFF  rct
      30          819200         6488063   2.7 GiB     0700  system
      31         6488064         7733247   608.0 MiB   0700  cache
      32         7733248         7897087   80.0 MiB    0700  tombstones
      33         7897088         7929855   16.0 MiB    0700  spare
      34         7929856         8028159   48.0 MiB    0700  cust
      35         8028160        30703615   10.8 GiB    0700  userdata
      36        30703616        30777310   36.0 MiB    0700  grow

    We will be interested by lines marked by red color here. those lines show us the partitions numbers of each file we have downloaded at the begining.
    I'm talking about
    1- sbl1.img
    2- aboot.img
    3- rpm.img
    4- tz.img
    5- openrecovery-twrp-2.6.3.2-g2d802

    in our case the sbl1.img is located under sdb2
    aboot.img under sdb5
    rpm.img under sdb6
    tz.img under sdb8
    recovery under sdb15

    now be careful and try to make it the right way.
    we will use dd commands to push img files inside the right partitions.
    So lets start:

    if youare not logged on as root in ubuntu just open terminal and type
    Code:
    sudo -i
    then type your password

    now you must be under root access.

    then type the following dd command:

    Code:
    dd if=[COLOR="Red"]/home/med/Desktop/[/COLOR]sbl1.img of=/dev/sdb2

    i put files in the desktop, so the path to the img files for me is /home/med/Desktop/. just replace this path by the appropriate path to your files. one done you will get some information about the file size you pushed and maybe time of the operation.

    keep doing the samething for the other files:

    Code:
    dd if=/home/med/Desktop/aboot.img of=/dev/sdb5
    
    dd if=/home/med/Desktop/rpm.img of=/dev/sdb6
    
    dd if=/home/med/Desktop/tz.img of=/dev/sdb8
    
    dd if=/home/med/Desktop/openrecovery-twrp-2.6.3.2-g2d802 of=/dev/sdb15

    Once you finish just reboot your phone, if you did things as described you must boot into twrp recovery.

    now just use twrp to flash your ROM and follow this tutorial to reboot into your ROM
    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=2451696

    Good Luck.;)
    If you have fixed your your phone you can consider to pay me a coffee cup :)
    paypal: [email protected]
    4
    This process is the same on Verizon LG G2 (VS980). Thanks to Shelnutt2 and Automprime for helping me do the same and great job posting a clear set of instructions Partage!
    3
    Thank you, My D800 is working after two weeks

    Sent from my LG-D800 using Tapatalk
    3
    Good information here, copied over to the General Section and Stickied for all that are in need....Thanks OP.
    3
    Hello
    This system only works if you disable automatic mounting of USB.
    But if these Ubuntu 14.04 or higher using the dconf_editor or gconf_editor commands are no longer included, but we can do until dconf_tools.
    The first thing you need to do is to install:

    Code:
    sudo apt-get install dconf-tools
    sudo apt-get install gdisk

    If sudo - l does not work type sudo in front of each command line.
    Take into account that Linux is case sensitive.

    I've created packages with the required bin files:
    DOWNLOAD
    LG D800 D800_unBrick.tar.gz
    LG D801 D801_unBrick.tar.gz
    LG D802 D802_unBrick.tar.gz
    LG D803 D803_unBrick.tar.gz
    LG D805 D805_unBrick.tar.gz
    LG VS980 ls980_unBrick.tar.gz
    LG LS980 vs980_unBrick.tar.gz

    Podéis encontrar este tutorial en español en este lenlace http://www.todomovillg.es/elforodeh...-recovery-no-hay-modo-downloader-no-adb-mode/