Oh mate, Thank you very much, I needed to know how that zip worked, I thought it was necessary for some reason for the kernel to work, but I didn't want to brick the phone. Thanks to you I know I don't have to worry anymore.
You have given me the help that I have not seen in any forum or website, I have spent many days trying to know what the hell that zip was.
Thank you mate.
Pd: I have another little question
I have noticed that from crossflash so many times, my phone has lost the serial number, I went to look at it the other day in the box of the smartphone, but the imei sticker and everything else with information has been ripped from the box my small cousin playing... So, I don't know what my phone is 100%. Is the imeipro.info page reliable to get the missing data? I know how it works but I'm afraid to introduce the imei on that website... I also thought that if I call Amazon, Where I bought the cell phone, they could send me the sticker information, but I don't know if they'll have it or not.
It's a because I don't know if I need the serial number for something...
I also do not be the exact model of the terminal (photo attachment) of those available on the LG page to register the Product.
It sucks that they take away the Sticker unknowingly and without keeping it. I get angry seeing "empty" under s/n in settings. What a nightmare.
Sorry it took me awhile to figure out a way to get this resolved as my serial number is gone as well. I can't get it to show up in the correct spot permanently oh, but what I did figure out is that if you use exposed, I'm using Tai chi, and download the device ID change module, it will display your original serial number on the 1st screen in the application. I actually discovered this unintentionally but I was pretty excited after I saw it because I knew I had a way to somewhat resolve your issue!