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Bricked Lg Marquee???

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by sludgeydude, Jan 27, 2013.

  1. sludgeydude

    sludgeydude Lurker
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    Ok so I have an LG Marquee from sprint. I successfully rooted it and was using great roms. when I searched for a Jelly bean Rom I found one in an marquee post section and downloaded it..I put it on my SD card then tried to flash it. it only took about 7 seconds o flash the rom so I knew it wasn't fully installed like it said it was. After I clicked on the reboot now in the CWM recovery it went to blank screen. I waited for about 3 hours and nothing. I couldn't get it to turn off. So I pulled the battery out and waited 10 seconds and popped it back in.....Nothing..no startup no logo no recovery and no charge. Not from wall mount or computer. I'm assuming I bricked my phone because I did more research on that rom I used and found out it wasn't for the marquee but yet it was in the marquee section...my basic question is this, does ANYONE know ANY way Possible to get my phone turned back on again...I know I forget to wipe data and settings b4 I flashed, but I have read that some marquee roms do that for you during install process. I know I'm a dumbass for flashing a rom that's not designed for my phone but I did not know it wasn't..so can anyone please help me on this situation???

  2. wetbiker7

    wetbiker7 Extreme Android User

    Sounds like a hard brick to me.
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  3. sludgeydude

    sludgeydude Lurker
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    yea I figured that was 99% of the case, but didn't know if there was just that one very trick that someone might have found to unbrick hard bricked androids
  4. wetbiker7

    wetbiker7 Extreme Android User

    Not much you can do if you can't get it to boot into some type of recovery mode. At least none that I know of.
  5. PolloJack

    PolloJack Newbie

    Long shot but maybe you can reinstall zv9 or whatever that is from the computer.

    You remember hooking it up, telling the app to install on the pc, starting the phone, installing? I read that worked for another different android, worth a shot with this one.
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  6. kennersblack

    kennersblack Member

    Download your factory ROM on your PC and put it on your SD card. Then put it back in your phone Take the battery out of you lg. Then press the down volume the home button then the power button all together. It will go into recovery mode then let the buttons go. Then go to install zip files on SD card then press the power button and follow the instructions. I hope that helps you out
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  7. bmoore1979

    bmoore1979 Lurker

    ok i had the same problem and finally fixed it you need to get the KDZ and your firmware which is all found HERE
    follow those instructions to a T if it fails keep trying if it doesnt work for nothing PM playfulgod if anyone can help you if the first step doesnt work he can. I remind you my Marquee would stop at the LG logo screen and the soft keys would flash my only chance of recovery was download mode (remove battery plug USB cable in to computer hold camera button and VOL up button simultaneously and plug the USB cable into Phone then you insert your battery because the KDZ program will restart your phone and needs battery) make sure you have LGUnited Drivers installed these drivers tell the computer that your phone is in download mode if the KDZ program says phone is not connected you either have the incorrect driver or your drivers didnt install correctly. this will fix a Hard Bricked LG Marquee. i couldnt get in to stock recovery and i assume you cant either (hold Vol down and Power button) this is the only way to fix your phone unless you get a JTAG which gets expensive....
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The LG Marquee release date was October 2011. Features and Specs include a 4.0" inch screen, 5MP camera, 512GB RAM, processor, and 1500mAh battery.

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