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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by bg4m3r, Apr 16, 2016.

  1. bg4m3r

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    I tried to install TWRP with the AutoRec twrp installer that every guide says to use. It installed, and I was able to boot into it and make a backup. Upon rebooting though, I got a boot certification error. I could still get into TWRP, so I tried to restore the stock recovery and lost recovery mode. Tried reflashing the stock LAF partition again from that guide in download mode and now I've lost download mode. Normal boot just displays the security error screen and shuts off. Recovery boot goes to recovery loading screen with boot certification error in the top left, then goes to black screen with red and blue flashing LED. Download mode boot does the same. Computer acknowledges plugging in the phone, but adb can't see it.

    I'm completely screwed aren't?

    I've reactivated my Volt, so at least I have a phone...

    I have the LS990 Boost model.
     

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    Got this fixed the other day by manually flashing firmware in the dev download mode. Will be making a video on the process and will post it here. Hope to do this today.
     

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