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eddyhiggins

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waqasr

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Este es el otro lado . this is the other side .

Brother this looks pretty much same as mine.
You can try to charge your phone via USB port on your computer to
test if your charger or bad or not. It will take longer to charge but at least
you can rule out of your charger is good or bad.

You are running out of options, Trying out KK is pretty much your only
option left. I am afraid if KK gives you same issue then what are we going
to do :(
 
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eddyhiggins

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Brother this looks pretty much same as mine.
You can try to charge your phone via USB port on your computer to
test if your charger or bad or not. It will take longer to charge but at least
you can rule out of your charger is good or bad.

You are running out of options, Trying out KK is pretty much your only
option left. I am afraid if KK gives you same issue then what are we going
to do :(

Yes I'm running out of options.
I think KK will give me the same problem.
Before I installed MM the problem that's why I returned to LL but nothing seem to work . im seriously thinking that is a harware issue bro.
 

waqasr

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thanks again the answer ... unfortunately as I read a little above I noticed that my device tells me that I l`ultima version of the software but did not make me upgrade to Lollipop ... even then I fear that I will make with device update never software ... what do you say ? it's worth it to spend a lollipop ? and to MM ?

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thanks again the answer ... unfortunately as I read a little above I noticed that my device tells me that I l`ultima version of the software but did not make me upgrade to Lollipop ... even then I fear that I will make with device update never software ... what do you say ? it's worth it to spend a lollipop ? and to MM ?

I am sorry but I don't understand your question.
Giving out some general info:
If you never got an update for Lollipop chances are you won't get MM update either.
Only way update your phone to L or MM is via flashing it via LG Flash tool, LGUP, and
Flashing the Pre-Rooted Zip!
All the best!

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Yes I'm running out of options.
I think KK will give me the same problem.
Before I installed MM the problem that's why I returned to LL but nothing seem to work . im seriously thinking that is a harware issue bro.

Bro there is a good chance KK might resolve your issue.
That firmware may contain older drivers/radio or something I am not sure but
it gives me the best battery timings!!
Please don't assume and just give it a shot, its very simple straight forward
procedure.
Also you can try Carbon Rom and CM which are both based on Lollipop 5.1.1!!
http://forum.xda-developers.com/lg-g3/development/rom-carbonrom-lg-g3-vs985-t3248759?goto=newpost

or

http://forum.xda-developers.com/lg-g3/development/cm-12-1-lg-g3-dual-sim-rom-source-t3241313
 
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tampitzel

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I am sorry but I don't understand your question.
Giving out some general info:
If you never got an update for Lollipop chances are you won't get MM update either.
Only way update your phone to L or MM is via flashing it via LG Flash tool, LGUP, and
Flashing the Pre-Rooted Zip!
All the best!

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Bro there is a good chance KK might resolve your issue.
That firmware may contain older drivers/radio or something I am not sure but
it gives me the best battery timings!!
Please don't assume and just give it a shot, its very simple straight forward
procedure.
Also you can try Carbon Rom and CM which are both based on Lollipop 5.1.1!!
http://forum.xda-developers.com/lg-g3/development/rom-carbonrom-lg-g3-vs985-t3248759?goto=newpost

or

http://forum.xda-developers.com/lg-g3/development/cm-12-1-lg-g3-dual-sim-rom-source-t3241313

Some dude un GSMarena is saying something about CSE flash. I think it's a method of flashing the phone other than "normal flash". I am guessing no one here waited for the OTA and we all flashed our phones.
I am thinking about trying the CSE flash later tonight, but I am not sure what that means. Can anyone shed some light on this?

Quoting the guy: those having battery issues. guys have you tried CSE on flash tool. if not try that and make sure you have SDcard/sim card removed. if problem still exist, then try to factory reset your phone.

Can anyone more experienced confirm what does the CSE flash do extra, rather than a normal flash? Maybe wipes battery stats or something? Can anyone confirm? Thanks!
 

waqasr

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Some dude un GSMarena is saying something about CSE flash. I think it's a method of flashing the phone other than "normal flash". I am guessing no one here waited for the OTA and we all flashed our phones.
I am thinking about trying the CSE flash later tonight, but I am not sure what that means. Can anyone shed some light on this?

Quoting the guy: those having battery issues. guys have you tried CSE on flash tool. if not try that and make sure you have SDcard/sim card removed. if problem still exist, then try to factory reset your phone.

Can anyone more experienced confirm what does the CSE flash do extra, rather than a normal flash? Maybe wipes battery stats or something? Can anyone confirm? Thanks!

Bro CSE Flash is simply fresh/clean install, meaning it formats/wipes your data/phone!!
I have always used CSE Flash when I installed Lollipop and KK.
 

adaml12

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it is possible to reinstall stock LOLLIPOP over the stock MM on this LGD858HK??? How brothers?

Use the LG FlashTool V1.*.* instead of Mobile support tool.
Extract the last lolipop kdz with KDZ extractor you 'll get a .DZ and a .dll file.
Use these in LG Flash tool

EDIT: Here is a google drive folder with files all you need.
drive . google . com / folderview?id=0B6N7CC6Wm0hzank0eHVTVkN4OU0&usp=sharing

My phone can't boot to mini OS it's started normaly. If you get that problem just unplug the USB cable before the flashtool starts again the flash.

Use the factory cable!!!!!!! (Or other LG!!! cable). I tryed other cable (Samsung and Huawei). It's not working.
If you get problem reinstall the driver version.
Ask me and I 'll help.
 
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dinamo1975

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Use the LG FlashTool V1.*.* instead of Mobile support tool.
Extract the last lolipop kdz with KDZ extractor you 'll get a .DZ and a .dll file.
Use these in LG Flash tool

EDIT: Here is a google drive folder with files all you need.
drive . google . com / folderview?id=0B6N7CC6Wm0hzank0eHVTVkN4OU0&usp=sharing

My phone can't boot to mini OS it's started normaly. If you get that problem just unplug the USB cable before the flashtool starts again the flash.

Use the factory cable!!!!!!! (Or other LG!!! cable). I tryed other cable (Samsung and Huawei). It's not working.
If you get problem reinstall the driver version.
Ask me and I 'll help.

i need a pass
 

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eddyhiggins

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I am sorry but I don't understand your question.
Giving out some general info:
If you never got an update for Lollipop chances are you won't get MM update either.
Only way update your phone to L or MM is via flashing it via LG Flash tool, LGUP, and
Flashing the Pre-Rooted Zip!
All the best!

---------- Post added at 12:21 PM ---------- Previous post was at 12:17 PM ----------



Bro there is a good chance KK might resolve your issue.
That firmware may contain older drivers/radio or something I am not sure but
it gives me the best battery timings!!
Please don't assume and just give it a shot, its very simple straight forward
procedure.
Also you can try Carbon Rom and CM which are both based on Lollipop 5.1.1!!
http://forum.xda-developers.com/lg-g3/development/rom-carbonrom-lg-g3-vs985-t3248759?goto=newpost

or

http://forum.xda-developers.com/lg-g3/development/cm-12-1-lg-g3-dual-sim-rom-source-t3241313

I will test the carbon Rom. I?have some questions. Is?it true that in this roms I can't use xposed . I like a lot xposed that's why I'm standing in stock roms . CM 12 have issues with Wi-Fi . can you give me some screenshot of the carbon Rom in the LG g3. I?don't know how it looks. Thanks. Is it true that I have to do a complete flash wiping system. Cache. And dslvid cache
 

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    Marshmallow v6.0 for LG-D856/857/858/858HK

    Decided make new post because need make so much changes!

    Known bugs:
    1. Not working 64GB SD cards, smaller cards work perfect
    2. Some users report that Bluetooth not Switch ON over Quick Menu. OFF works. Ovr Sytem menu Bluetooth works (I dont had on my D858HK)
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    1. Make nandroid backup over TWRP
    2. Make backup of any personal information (conact list, SMS, Photos, Music and etc)


    If you kill your phone when you make bottom steps then all responsibility goes only for you! My guide is only for knowledge base.

    Version: v.6.0
    For models:LG-D856/857/858/858HK

    Link to original forum thread

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    3. TWRP recovery v2.8.5.1


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    Wipe data, cache and dalvik!!! Then start install!

    1. Install M-856-8.zip on recovery (dont reboot yet!!!)
    2. Install Patch-6.0Mm.zip over recovery <- IT NEEDED FOR WORK WIT DUAL SIM!!!
    3. After install over recovery both zip files make reboot
    4. Before reboot TWRP asks about installation SuperSU, install it with swipe!
    5. After you get working phone on left top corner you see icon that SuperSU need to be updated. Accept it and make choice over PlayStore (Not over recovery!). PlayStore opens and make update
    6. After update SuperSU over PlayStore again SuperSu icon show that it need to be updated over normal or recovery method. This time make choice to recovery and phone itself goes to recovery and make update
    7. If phone going to TWRP and it get start loop, then just pull out battery and start normally phone again. And make previous step (6.) again. With same problem second time just pull out battery, start phone to recovery and install SuperSU v2.46 zip

    In this ROM dpi changed (not by me) to 560. Normal is 640. You can change it inside build.prop at 530 to 640, depends at your needs.

    All this take about 10 min.


    Download
    Download ROM M-856-8.zip
    Download Patch Patch-6.0Mm.zip


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    1. Download D858_TWRP_2.8.1.0.apk and install it normally
    2. Go to recovery and install update twrp-2.8.5.1_d858-bumped.zip

    For unknow reason I uploaded SuperSU v2.46 zip (for insallation over recovery) here too


    Service menu can be opened with *#546368#*XXX# (replace XXX with your phone model number)


    Please dont make mirrors!

    Ask persmission over PM to copy this information! If you like then dont forget :good: Thanks button
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    "Bumped" TWRP 2.8.4.0 for D858 (and D858HK)

    Hi Friends,

    I found a newer version of TWRP (custom recovery) from the Chinese forum again, from here (click me!). It's version 2.8.4.0. I tried "bumping" it using the instructions from this thread: click me!

    Here is the file, already "bumped": click me!

    Based on the Chinese thread, it was designed for the D857 and D858. I tried it on the D858HK (since I assume that the only difference between D858 and D858HK is the Google Apps already built-in) and it worked!

    P.S.: I shared my findings to the appropriate "bump" threads: click me! and me too! to give due credit to its creators.
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