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There has been a lot of rumors, speculation, and flat out fear of ROM Manager.

This is the TRUTH about what you, as a Optimus "V" owner can do, and can't do with ROM Manager. Newest version is 5.5.3.7 (with a slight ICS theme).
I have tested and used everything in the can do list with the Optimus "V" OS version 2.2.1 with the Novatek screen (with the exception of the "partition sd card" option which was tested by MacFett)



WARNING: THE RECOVERY IN ROM MANAGER WILL BRICK YOUR PHONE



It Would Be A Good Idea Not To Put ROM Manager on the SD Card.
If you have Android version 2.2.2 there's a very good possibility that you have an Hitachi screen. Do not try to flash the recovery from ROM Manager if you have an Hitachi screen at this time. This recovery is not compatible with your phone. This will mess up your phone and require a PC and lots of gnashing of teeth to possibly straightened it out. This is a hardware issue,not a software issue. To determine if you have an Hitachi screen, you must have Busybox installed then go here Different gen phones? If using a terminal emulator make sure you type in su first.
adb shell if using a command prompt.
If you have the Hitachi screen then go here: http://androidforums.com/optimus-v-all-things-root/662521-recovery-zengarden-2-0-2-7-t-01-12-2013-a.html for a recovery that's compatible with that screen.

If you flashed the recovery from ROM Manager and the phone only makes it to the LG logo, then go here: [Guide] Unbrick/Upgrade Optimus V [Easy] [KDZ]

If you already flashed one of the two Gingerbread ROMs from ROM Manager and you got a Black Screen when booted up or just the LG logo screen then go into your recovery and restore your backup. If no backup you will need to put your SD card in your computer and download and transfer a proper ROM (and Gapps if needed). These can be found in the All Things Root Guide sticky.

Note: Once you have the proper recovery installed ROM Manager will work. You still should not try to flash/install a Gingerbread ROM as ROM Manager is not capable of wiping and formatting everything required for a clean install. It will leave residual data behind that will corrupt the ROM and eventually lead to all sorts of system glitches and force closure's.


It would be highly recommended to make sure your CPU speed is below 800MHz when attempting any of these things.I know some members really like to push the limits on the CPU speed,but a high CPU speed might be detrimental to any of the options and cause serious problems. When you are done you can set the CPU speed back to your favorite speed.


ROM Manager was designed to work with the CWMod recovery's and there variations, including the BobZohme modified CWMod recovery (VM670NH_recovery.img), and the ZenGarden recovery.
Note: On my V with the stock ROM and the Touchscreen recovery, ROM Manager doesn't seem to recognize it as a CWMod recovery. The other two V's running custom ROM's and the same recovery don't seem to have this problem????



What You can do:

#1. Flash ClockWorkMod recovery version 3.2.0.1: The current available recovery is for the LG Optimus C LW690 and will brick your phone. DO NOT USE THIS RECOVERY!


#2. Reboot into recovery. Works with all CWMod recovery's.


#3. Using the "Install ROM from SD Card" option you can install an update or patch to an installed ROM,install a kernel(ones that's designed for the installed ROM), and install a theme. When this options is selected scroll to the zip you wish to install then select it. An "Install Queue" window will pop up( advanced mode). Select OK. When the ROM Pre-Installation window pops up check the "wipe dalvik cache" box.

If you try to install a new gingerbread ROM from ROM Manager you will leave residual data which will corrupt the ROM and eventually lead to all sorts of app and system glitches as well as force closures. ROM Manager just doesn't have the ability to wipe and format everything needed to insure a clean install with the new IHO ROM's
If you need help to install a ROM through your recovery go here: http://androidforums.com/optimus-v-all-things-root/697813-how-install-flash_image-flash-recovery-rom-theme.html



#4. Using the "Install ROM from SD Card" option you can install a Froyo based ROM and any ICS ROM that does not require the Gapps. I have tested this with Harmonia ROM. Select the ROM zip you wish to install. (an "Install Queue" window will pop up in advanced mode, select OK) When the ROM Pre-Installation window pops up make sure you check the Wipe Data and Cache box and the wipe Dalvik Cache box.


#5. Using the "Download ROM" option. The Items here can change on a daily basis.

Featured:
ClockworkMod: Everything works on the V.

Premium(paid version):
bernard.schratz@gmail.com: The two ROM's in here have not been submitted by the devs, are outdated, and will give a black screen with the Hitachi screen;

Free:
ClockworkMod: 1.Tether 2.DeskSMS 3 Link to ROM Manager Market Updates 4.ROM's, these are not ROM's but test versions of the Superuser app-Pay attention! These should only be used if you know what your doing.

Front Packs for Android 4.0: These don't seem to work for the V.

Cerberus: Old and outdated security that wants more permissions than is necessary.

SuperUser: Pay attention to what works best for your ROM.

Google Apps: The 20110828 is what you need for the Gingerbread(CM-7) ROM's. The ICS(CM-9) ROM's you will have to check the dev's site to see which one is recommended.

Redbarron2005: All these are safe to download and install
1. Amphetamines 0.1
2. Amphetamines. 0.2
3. Overdrive ROM for the 2.2 OS V's
4. Overdrive ROM for the 2.1 OS V's

New: JRummy apps from JRummy 16. These include his Busybox installer and the best free root file manager "Root Browser"


If you want, go here: [ROM] IHO GitHub Wiki (CM7 IHO Gingebread) for some up to date, everything working, can't beat em Gingerbread ROM's YOU NEED TO HAVE A WiFi CONNECTION TO DOWNLOAD AS THE 3G CONNECTION IS TO SLOW AND MIGHT ALLOW CORRUPTION OF THE NEW DOWNLOAD.

All downloaded items can be found in the clockworkmod folder on the sd card.

When you download the Gapps or Superuser app you will be asked to install additional update zips off sd card(premium version). Select no. After download you will get a ROM Pre-Installation window. Select cancel.

If downloading a Froyo based ROM or ICS ROM that doesn't require Gapps: After download is complete a ROM Pre-Installation window will pop up. If you have not backed up your current ROM uncheck the "Wipe Dalvik Cache" box and check the "Backup Existing ROM" box and select OK. If you have finished with backup or already made a backup then make sure you have the "Wipe Data and Cache" and "Wipe Dalvik Cache" boxes checked. Then when asked to "Reboot And Install" pres OK. It will install and reboot into the installed ROM.


#6. Using the "Manage and Restore Backups" option you can restore,delete,and rename a backup. When using the rename option(if you have multiple backups it makes it easier to keep track of whats,what) it will get the MD5 sum correct.


#7. Using the "Backup Current ROM" option you can backup your current ROM.


#8. Using the "Fix Permissions" option you can fix permissions if you have an app that keeps having to be forceclosed. Sometimes this works to fix the problem app,sometimes it don't. (HINT): if the misbehaving app is on the sd card then move it to the phone first and see how it behaves.


#9. Using The "Partition SD Card option": Thanks to MacFett's expert analysis he has determined the following; ROM Manager will prompt you to install ClockWorkMod recovery (regardless of it being installed or not). 512MB being the largest partition it will create. After selecting the size (and OMB for the swap) the phone reboots itself into ClockWorkMod recovery and does the partitioning there(it formats Ext3.). Once rebooted Link2SD works fine.
For more info on Link2SD go here: Link2SD: A Tutorial. New and Updated Version
EDIT: MacFett has mentioned that the Ext3 is not readable by the stock ROM. You will have to check to see if it is readable with what ever custom ROM you use and let me know so I can edit this post to reflect that. Also the 512MB partition is rather small for use with Links2SD. He suggest using 1.5GB-2.0GB which is optimal,or 1GB being the smallest recommended.



These Options are in the menu: Web connect,Clear Download cache,Manual Flash Override.
These Options are in settings: (You can check or uncheck the corresponding box) Update Notifications,Advanced Mode,Automatic Backup,Quick Backup and Restore,Erase Recovery.
Will give more info on these options as time and understanding progress.


Menu Options:
#1. "Web connect" still trying to figure this one out,but you might be able to download a ROM straight to your phone from your PC's browser,like the market on your PC does with apps to your phone.
#2. "Clear Download Cache" clears the download file in the clockworkmod folder on the sd card.


Settings Options:
#1. Update Notifications is not supported by our ROM's(pemium version)
#2. "Advanced Mode" check this box in order to properly install the update wiper zip,ROM,and gapps.This will also allow the option in the recovery's "backup and restore" option to restore specific images(ie. boot image,system image,data image).
#3. "Automatic Backup" Set the time and the frequency of the backup(example: 12:15 pm/every 4 days). You have to be looking at your phone as Superuser asks to allow/deny when the set time arrives the first time it backs up your ROM.It will then start the backup process. It does work. It will show up as "ScheduledBackup"-and then the date stamp. This is a good option if you like to add apps as it will save that data so you don't have to go back and download and reconfigure your updated or new apps because you had to restore with the only backup you made a week or two ago. I usually delete the old backup then rename the new.(premium version). Also might not work real well with some IHO-CM7 ROM's. Worked with the BACKside ROM for me, but not with the BobZohme ROM(Hung in boot on install of backup). It all depends on your phone.
#4. "Quick Backup and Restore" just disables the progress bar in backup and restore which somehow speeds up the process.



These options do not currently work with the "V".
#1. "Check for ROM Updates" The ROM's for the "V" do not support OTA updates(premium version).
#2. "More Recoveries" section: Nothing works in this section.
#3. "Install from QR Code". This would be a great option if any ROM's that were for the "V" had a QR code.(premium version)


EXTRA, EXTRA:
Install method for Gingerbread ROM"s (this method will only be here as long as the download link to the update_wiper_1.3.zip is active then this method will be updated with Leslie Ann's wiper).

You have to pay for the premium version for this to work properly.

Download this obijohn's update_wiper_1.3.zip and put it on the root of the sd card. Leave it zipped.
Download the ROM and the proper Gapps for the ROM. Keep zipped and put on the root on the sd card (not in a folder, just near the bottom of the list of folders). Leave them zipped.
Open up ROM Manager and hit the menu key. Then select Settings and make sure the "Advanced mode box is checked.
Select the "Install ROM from SD card" option. Navigate to the update wiper zip first (this is very important and has to be done first) and select it. An install Queue window will pop up. Select add zip. Select the ROM next. An install Queue window will pop up. Select add zip. Select the Gapps. An Install Queue window will pop up. Select OK. A ROM Pre-Installation window will pop up. Make sure the "Wipe Data and Cache" and "Wipe Dalvik Cache" boxes are checked. Select OK. A Reboot and Install window will pop up. Select OK.
It will now boot into your recovery and install everything. Once it finishes the installations it will automatically boot into ROM. This will take 5-10 min on the initial boot.



Thanks to MacFett for his expert help and analysis on the Partitioning option, and to obijohn for his update_wiper_1.3.zip

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Aww you beat me too it, damn my laziness..
I too can confirm all of the "can do" options to be working fine, although I rarely use rom manager (only to download the latest gapps) all features do seem to work (with the exception of the few "can't do" features).
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Is the Premium version of Rom Manager worth paying for?
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Not really,But If the Dev lets me put the newest versions of the most popular ROM's for the V in the Premium section(and the Dev's of the ROM's allow it as well), then it will be.
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Not really,But If the Dev lets me put the newest versions of the most popular ROM's for the V in the Premium section(and the Dev's of the ROM's allow it as well), then it will be.

Glad I didn't buy it then, I was thinking the paid version already had about every Rom you could think of included..
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Glad I didn't buy it then, I was thinking the paid version already had about every Rom you could think of included.
I will include the differences between the free and Premium version today. Until then you can go to the market and check out the differences
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I agree andyopie, this should be stickied.
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Just EDITED to reflect the newly discovered info. Will continue to edit as info changes.
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#10. Using The "Partition SD Card option": Thanks to MacFett's expert analysis he has determined the following; ROM Manager will prompt you to install ClockWorkMod recovery (regardless of it being installed or not). 512MB being the largest partition it will create. After selecting the size (and OMB for the swap) the phone reboots itself into ClockWorkMod recovery and does the partitioning there(it formats Ext3.). Once rebooted Link2SD works fine.
For more info on Link2SD go here Link2SD and you (a tutorial)
I just want to add a little info that I wasn't sure about when I sent this info to AndyOpie. When you use ROM Manager to partition your card, it partitions it Ext3, which the stock ROM is unable to read. So this option is only usable if you've flashed a ROM that does read Ext3. Also the 512meg partition is rather small for use with Link2SD, 1gb is the smallest I suggest, but 1.5gb-2gb is optimal.
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I just want to add a little info that I wasn't sure about when I sent this info to AndyOpie. When you use ROM Manager to partition your card, it partitions it Ext3, which the stock ROM is unable to read. So this option is only usable if you've flashed a ROM that does read Ext3. Also the 512meg partition is rather small for use with Link2SD, 1gb is the smallest I suggest, but 1.5gb-2gb is optimal.
Will edit post to reflect this new info.
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EDIT: There are two ROM's that are submitted by bernard.schratz@gmail.com

These ROM's don't appear to have been submitted by the actual Developers(JerryScript had mentioned he had not submitted any work to the ROM Manager Dev. in a recent post of his).
These ROM's were submitted instead by the individual listed in the download section without prior authorization from the Devs.
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Apparently this thread needs a bump.
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Congrats Andy for getting your thread stickied!! This is something that is needed.
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w00t, grats Andy!!!!!!!!
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I appreciate y'all's kind words.
I started this thread to help new members and old alike.
I can only hope that it will catch the eye of all those who might be contemplating using ROM Manager.
To protect them from doing serious harm to there phone, and expose all the time saving features the app has.
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I have a question for you. When I installed rom manager I flashed the clockwork recovery. Then i did try to reboot to recovery right away. It went to the android recovery. Why is the clockwork recovery not showing up? Do you know why this would happen?
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There is a possibility your bootloader is locked.
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Do the newer Op V's have a locked bootloader??
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Bigsupersquid noticed that they might be. Not certain, but there's at least two users who have had trouble getting a recovery to flash in the last couple of days.
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Could be it didn't install the flash_image, which I do know it's supposed to.
Could be AndrewStrom, that you need to update su app by going to the market. If you haven't installed Busybox yet, now would be the time to go to the market and download a Busybox installer. If the install fails to the /system/bin , then choose the alternate install location (/system/xbin).

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If the install fails to the /system/bin , then choose the alternate install location (/system/shin).
I think autocorrect got Andy here. It should be /system/sbin not shin.
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Thanks for catching my typo. Have changed it to xbin, as it should read.
I noticed as I was typing it out that I typed it correctly, but the predictive text changed it.
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Just to reinforce the message Andy already posted about BACKside-IHO being put on ROM Manager by someone else, and to add my two cents:

- I cannot vouch for the validity of the files hosted on ROM Manager, since I did not place them there, nor was I asked if it would be ok to do so, nor do I have any control over what will be there in the future

- Since I did not put it there, I cannot say if it is safe to use, it very well could have malicious code

- Due to the history of ROM Manager and the Optimus V, I will never host any of my works there, and I do not recommend anyone downloading any ROM via ROM Manager without checking that the dev is the one who created it, or at least approved of it's posting to ROM Manager.

- ROM Manager is a great tool, for other phones

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You guys are awesome. I followed the instructions and now I am running the custom rom and I have overclocked (to a conservative 748). Now my wifi is not working. Is this normal?
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No, wifi should work fine. Which rom did you flash?
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Go back to the recovery and wipe cache partition then go to advanced section and choose to wipe dalvik cache. Reboot phone then turn off. Turn router off. Wait 10min. Turn both on and sign into your WiFI network making sure the password is correct. If you don't get the password right then select to ignore network and try again.
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Actually, Andy, the router only needs to be off for about thirty seconds. But good advice, none the less.
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Gave the clearing and rebooting/unplugging a try. Did the unplug for about 2 minutes. Restarted everything. In the morning I'll try the same with a 10 minute power off attempt to see if the added time does anything. When I try to connect to my wifi it just says "obtaining IP address" for a while then starts over and tries again. It was the rom titled "BACKside-IHO-VM670-12212011".
Just so you know, I never had any issue with the wifi prior to the rom flash this morning.
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Let me know the exact steps you took in your recovery just prior to the ROM install.
There are no WiFi issues with the ROM. Your problems might stem from not formatting or wiping something that was necessary. The ROM download could have gotten corrupted. It happens sometimes.
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I tried to follow the instructions you had in another post. I did have the zips in a folder called download instead of the root of the sd and originally tried to use clockwork recovery. I restored my backup of the stock rom, then tried to do the whole thing over. The second go round I moved the zip to the root and used the recovery that starts with an x (sorry I forgot the name, I've been doing this for just a week). I am not 100% sure I did it all correct. I got the same result (wifi would not go past obtaining ip). I probably did something dumb I'm sure. I restored the stock rom again and downloaded the picasticks 07 a zip and put that kernel on the stock rom so I can overclock. I think I'm good for now. Someday I'll come back to the custom rom and retry it, but just the overclocked stock situation will be alright for now.
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Sorry we couldn't be more help. Just for laughs and grins download AFV(Android File Verifier). When you go to a site that has a ROM, write down the md5 sum. After it's downloaded go to the app and select "select file". Long press the ROM.zip. Select the first option.
The md5 sum should match the one in the ROM site.
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If stock will connect but no custom rom does, then it can't be hardware. It's either a bad download of the rom, or there's some junk data hiding in there that didn't get wiped properly. Either way, I ran stock rooted for quite some time, and had good results.
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That's what I was thinking as well. JerryScript worked the WiFi bug out of his ROM months ago, nobody's had any complaints about it since.
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i ran the rom manager thing on my optimous v then tried to do factory reset and it crashed my phone idk what to do
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Wait for bigsupersquid to contact you. You have a brick that can only be saved by cramming the S firmware into your phone using the emergency mode.
I know this because my first "V" is a brick. I have tried every devised fix there is and none will work for phones like ours with no working recovery and a borked system that will not allow a PC to recognize it.
Non of the firmware for the V works at all, not the ZV4 nor the ZV5.
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Thanks in advance to AndyOpie150 for reviewing my issue briefly, and I posted it here as requested.

I recently bought a LG Optimus V that was rooted while 2.2.2 was installed. I tried to backup the BACKside ROM that was initially installed so far with no issue. I was using the flash option with ROM Manager.

Right now all the phone does is go to the BACKside ROM screen with the Android icon and a rotating green circle, and then the circle freezes. During the backup process with ROM Manager it prompted for model and LGE Optimus V was selected. I think that is what started things to go bad perhaps.

If I try to hold down the Home, Volume Down button, and Power button it briefly shows LG icon, and then once gone nothing happens.
I read that for 2.2.2 I can't use ROMTools to try to unbrick though.
http://androidforums.com/optimus-v-all-things-root/453389-optimus-v-all-things-root-guide-updated-27-jan-2012-a.html

I do have the same exact phone that has not been touched if that helps review issues for the messed up one as well. I have made no attempt to install any sort of recovery, and run it out of concern I may make things worse assuming anything is left to try to fix the phone.
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Do you have a PC with the LG drivers installed, and ADB established in your system path?
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Do you have a PC with the LG drivers installed, and ADB established in your system path?
Yes I have LG Optimus V drivers on my pc. The Android SDK Manager was downloaded, and setup but is currently located not in the root but in:

C:\Program Files (x86)\Android\android-sdk


I understand how to use cd directory in command prompt but I don't feel very comfortable yet in using this software and/or I probably did something wrong. I could reinstall it directly onto the root of my C drive if that helps simply things.
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Delete everything having to do with the SDK. Then go here New pre-packaged ADB installation
Don't worry about the part where it tells you to type in adb devices, the state your phone is in it won't work properly. Everything else will.
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Delete everything having to do with the SDK. Then go here New pre-packaged ADB installation
Don't worry about the part where it tells you to type in adb devices, the state your phone is in it won't work properly. Everything else will.

Ok I deleted the prior SDK stuff, and installed the one per your link. I got to step 5 from the install guide, and stopped there as I think you wanted.
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Ok go here [FIX]Black screen with custom recovery and custom roms - Page 15 - Android Forums at AndroidCentral.com
Follow the instructions to the t.
The adb.exe is in SDK/platform-tools
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Follow the instructions to the t.
The adb.exe is in SDK/platform-tools
Ok I am within command prompt loaded into folder: C:\SDK\platform-tools

The next steps states I can then type the following in the command line:
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adb shell strings /dev/mtd/mtd8
adb shell flash_eraseall /dev/mtd/mtd8
adb reboot recovery

I'm not clear if I should have the phone connected to the computer just right before I run those commands or not since the next steps states to let it reboot. (The phone normally will lock up once reaching the Android icon with spinning green circle within a few rotations of the circle animation).

I was not sure if the author mean this would be the computer rebooting or the phone, and wanted to make sure I was following the steps correctly.
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The phone needs to be plugged into the pc before you go to the adb.exe.
Let me pull that up on another page and double check.Edit:yes plug in.
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The phone needs to be plugged into the pc before you go to the adb.exe.
Let me pull that up on another page and double check.Edit:yes plug in.
Results from Command Line:

C:\SDK\platform-tools>adb shell strings /dev/mtd/mtd8
error: device not found

C:\SDK\platform-tools> adb shell flash_eraseall /dev/mtd/mtd8
error: device not found

C:\SDK\platform-tools> adb reboot recovery
error: device not found


I ran it thru more than once but it looks like it is not finding the phone for some reason to run thru the commands at all. The phone locks up on the Android icon pretty quick too which does not help. Perhaps issue(s) with the installed drivers I have for the phone? I am using Windows 7 if that matters.

Update: I checked with: Control Panel\All Control Panel Items\Devices and Printers and it shows LG Android Phone so it seems Windows is detecting the phone ok there at least.

Trying as linked at bottom of the guide if still have issues to follow these instructions to get it working Pre-packaged ADB Fix:
http://www.support-4-you.com/main/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=64:is sues-with-pre-packaged-adb-sdk&catid=40:how-tos&Itemid=57

Now able to load into ADB Devices from command line. Shows Android Debug Bridge version 1.0.26
However the three commands I was suppose to run earlier still all fail with:
error: device not found

Ran command: adb devices It shows:
List of devices attached
A10000199FA4A3 recovery

Ran command: adb bugreport It shows:
/sbin/sh: bugreport: not found

The current recovery.img that was copied to the C:\SDK\platform-tools folder is: xionia_cwma_12518.6


Thanks again for your help so far AndyOpie150, and I'll work on reviewing this further Tuesday afternoon EST. Certainly made it further than I expected I would be lucky enough to see so far.
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Pull battery. Hold power button down 30 sec. Reinstall battery, turn power on.
Try commands again.
It was in recovery mode. Needs to be in boot, not recovery.
Sorry, went to lala land.
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Try commands again.
It was in recovery mode. Needs to be in boot, not recovery.
Sorry, went to lala land.
Using command: adb shell strings /dev/mtd/mtd8
doesn't give an error, and goes back to the initial command line folder path

However if I select to run the next command: adb shell strings /dev/mtd/mtd8 I am shown error stating:
flash_eraseall: not found

The SD card currently does not have ROM Manager installed on it, and if it helps the current folders shown are:
.android_secure .estrongs Android data LOST.DIR Titanium Backup
Non folder files:
FlashImageGUI.apk GingerBreak-v1.20.apk TitaniumBackup_latest.apk

The SD card was not in the phone while any work on fixing the phone so far has been done. I still have the files for things like ROM Manager that were saved off of the SD card if needing to go back to them though.

One possible glimmer of hope is I found even if the Backside ROM runs thru to the Android icon, and freezes after about 30 seconds there that the command: adb reboot-bootloader will allow for the phone to reboot past that instead of being forced to remove the battery. Most of the time the phone will just show the battery charging icon.

Also using command: adbbugreport
shows me a long list of information while on the frozen android icon with the green circle now. Unclear what info. from it may be useful.

Using command: adb devices
also shows while on the android frozen icon:
List of devices attached
A10000199FA4A3 device
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Read on thru the next page. Make sure the xionia recovery is in the SDK/platform-tools folder.
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Yes the xionia_cwma_12518.6.img file is in the: C:\SDK\platform-tools folder.
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Ok Run the first line, skip the secound line, run the rest
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