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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by slopez_stn, May 30, 2011.

  1. slopez_stn

    slopez_stn Newbie
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    I have a LG OPTIMUS M rooted and I deleted all the factory app, now I screw up my phone.... the market doesn't work, some people said to me is because the TALK app, I got the app, the service and provider again and nothing, when I want to install again said THE SHARE FOLDER IS MISSING ..... so my only solucion is do the fatory recovery, but i dont have the programs o I dont know how to do it ..... SO PLEASE I NEED UR HELP !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     



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  2. joneidy

    joneidy Android Enthusiast

    Check your private messages
     
  3. itbonifacio

    itbonifacio Newbie

    joneidy or slopez_stn can you PM the instructions. Today I visited a corporate MetroPCS and I know they have lost their minds. Something went awry with the swype app and I did a factory restore and all of the apps does not appear and there is no swype. Which means no sms opportunity. I know it needs a complete overall and I hope the instructions you guys or guy will forward will assist me with get my droid back on point. I only had the device for two weeks and can not believe how attached I have become already. It is like carrying an office away from the office.
     
  4. ginji_ban07

    ginji_ban07 Newbie

    I also need help turning my phone into factory settings (factory restore), I just rooted with gingerbreak and used the new custom recovery . I haven't done anything past than that but I did do a nandbackup after installing the custom recovery

    so what should I do? restore nandbackup and unroot and what's next?
     
  5. jabbawest

    jabbawest Android Enthusiast

    If you did a NAND backup of the phone before adding a ROM or Kernel, then that NAND backup would be stock.
    And yes, just unroot and you should be good.
    You might also want to delete any traces of rooting type applications from your sdcard, just in case someone decides to snoop around.
     
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  6. ginji_ban07

    ginji_ban07 Newbie

    thanks I just wanted to make sure so I won't have any problems later.
     
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