This has only been tested on an older Optimus V with the Hitachi screen baseband zv4. I'm not sure if will work on the newer phones. Basically i just used two different threads on here so credits go to them.. http://androidforums.com/optimus-v-...uide-100-stock-lg-optimus-v-all-versions.html http://androidforums.com/optimus-v-...-how-simplified-root-recovery-custom-rom.html Start by downloading these files to the root of your sd card superuser.apk flash_image flashimagegui.apk gingerbreak.apk Then download optimusV_stock_nandroid_and_recovery.zip and unzip the contents......(which are recovery.img and a folder BCDS-20110203-0357) Copy the recovery.img file to the root of your sd card. Now copy the folder "BCDS-20110203-0357" to /sdcard/clockworkmod/backup/ paste the folder inside "backup" (If you do not have a clockworkmod folder on the root of your sdcard create it. Also if you do not have a backup folder inside clockworkmod, create that also) I think getting all that on your card is the hardest part, lol. Now, boot into cwm recovery like you would if you were flashing a new rom. like usual, Wipe cache and dalvik cache under mounts format boot, cache, data, and system select "backup and restore" select "restore" select "BCDS-20110203-0357" select yes reboot. After reboot, skip adding google account if it asks, then go to settings, applications, and select unknown sources. Using a file browser such as androzip, go to the root of your sd card and install superuser.apk, flashimagegui.apk, and gingerbreak.apk open flash image gui select recovery, browse to the root of your sdcard and select the recovery.img check clear cache and dalvik then let it do its magic and reboot. you now have a stock rom with stock recovery, but you are still rooted. now just open gingerbreak app and select unroot. after reboot you should be 100% stock.