[STOCK] D851 30E KDZ + Flashable ZIPs (ROOTABLE) (MM)

bgon04

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No. Just flash magisk or supersu(higher than 2.52beta will have problems). The boot-repack as far as I know is a bumped boot.img which I already included in the complete zip.

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I just tried to update from 30E (originally rooted with SuperSU-v2.79-201612051815). I flashed 30G over 30E from TWRP, then flashed BETA-SuperSU-v2.52.zip, and cleared davlik/cache, but it looks like am getting a bootloop.
 

tekkaman7

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No. Just flash magisk or supersu(higher than 2.52beta will have problems). The boot-repack as far as I know is a bumped boot.img which I already included in the complete zip.

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Hi, I did a clean flash:

1. Wipe system, cache, dalvik, data, erase android folder in the internal storage.
2. Install LG-D85130G-Flashable.COMPLETE
3. Phone boots ok, and configure my google account.
4. In twpr install BETA-SuperSU-v2.52.
5. The phone stays in the LG logo blinking in colors.
 

MESA

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This is strange. Can you try to flash the zip without a superuser app and then see if it will bootloop. If it boots successfully, try to flash magisk

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bgon04

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This is strange. Can you try to flash the zip without a superuser app and then see if it will bootloop. If it boots successfully, try to flash magisk

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I agree with tekkaman7. I followed similar steps. I wiped everything except for internal storage. Installed 30G from TWRP, installed BETA-SuperSU-v2.52, the phone boots (it takes like 2-3min the first time), but it says it is not rooted (SUPERSU does not install).

UPDATE:

I think I finally got it. Don't use SUPERSU by itself. Wipe everything except for internal storage, installed 30G from TWRP, install Latest Magisk (13.1 at this point), wipe cache/davlik, restart. It will take 2-3min to boot, but it will boot and will be rooted. Once in, Magisk Manager apk (5.0.4) should already be installed. ENJOY!
 
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danam

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I started with rooted LG-D85130E, used TWRP Recovery, wiped dalvik and cache, flashed Mesa's file from post 98, wiped dalvik and cache again, flashed latest magisk, wiped dalvik and cache again, and rebooted. Took ten minutes or so to restart and update. Worked perfectly. All settings restored. A couple of icons got moved and had to be moved back around.
 
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jdmst77

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So I guess people should use magisk to make root work otherwise they will get bootloop.
I used supersu as well and thought it was just me. My phone gets stuck in Fastboot mode and will not continue unless I pull the battery, boot into TWRP and do a factory reset. not sure if it's needed but I flash the 30e complete, boot repack, supersu, and TWRP again, just in case. I don't know how many times I tried it after redownloading everything for 30g but same result

I've never used Magisk but found it here: https://labs.xda-developers.com/store/app/com.topjohnwu.magisk, on xda... installed it and downloaded the v13.1 zip through the Magisk app. Is this zip that I should use or another version?

EDIT: took a backup and did it anyway. my test device is on 30G now with root , using Magisk. going to do a not-so-dirty upgrade sometime later. shouldn't be a problem since going from stock to stock

EDIT: I was wrong. Having a nightmare of a time upgrading from either 30D or 30E. So far, I found no issues if I wipe data. Going to try to TiB all user apps, wipe cache, dalvik, data, upgrade, restore user apps w/data and keep my fingers crossed

EDIT: It worked but not with Xposed installed (would always stay on the T-Mobile screen on reboot). Uninstalling Xposed through flashing the uninstall zip fixed this
 
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dooger

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This procedure worked for me coming from 30d, rooted and TWRP'd (v3.0.2-0):

1. From TWRP, wipe everything except for internal and external storage
2. Install 30g (LG-D85130G-Flashable.COMPLETE, from post #98),
3. Install latest Magisk (magisk-v13.3.zip, in my case),
4. Wipe cache/dalvik, reboot
5. Once booted, Magisk Manager apk (5.1.1) was already installed

Thanks MESA! :good:
 
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bmw37

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ZIP file missing

Where did the "LG-D85130E-Flashable.COMPLETE.zip - all stock with recovery removed (to preserve twrp)" file go? Link gives a 404 error.

Thanks
 

Android#

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New users beware the link posted by idon madridien is possibly a phishing/malware link. Why do people use shortlinks to confuse people when you can host these files on many legit websites out there that you can link here without issues?
 
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New users beware the link posted by idon madridien is possibly a phishing/malware link. Why do people use shortlinks to confuse people when you can host these files on many legit websites out there that you can link here without issues?
no phishing no malware dear friend ok ? :good: try it and talk ... i put this link to help not to do bad things ... :rolleyes:
 

Chaurigol

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I started with rooted LG-D85130E, used TWRP Recovery, wiped dalvik and cache, flashed Mesa's file from post 98, wiped dalvik and cache again, flashed latest magisk, wiped dalvik and cache again, and rebooted. Took ten minutes or so to restart and update. Worked perfectly. All settings restored. A couple of icons got moved and had to be moved back around.
Followed these steps from a rooted LG-D85130D and worked perfectly. Just came to say thanks, to MESA for posting the file, to you and to everyone who share their experiences.
 
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Braaainz

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Okay, so what is the state of things?
I am rooted on MM, running 30D.
I'd like to update to most recent rooted version of stock (having bloatware pre-stripped would be a huge bonus).
What files are currently the ones to use? I've read thru the entire thread and my poor addled brain is confused.

Also, does anyone have a download link to most recent stock kernel? I'm hoping to have someone strip the "root check" deamon out and eliminate the unnecessary CPU and battery waste.
 
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