Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Arlyn_1994, Oct 16, 2015.
A la gran y como lo reviviste?
Por que yo no cambie de recovery y flashee una especie de rom deodexada que hay por aqui
En pocas palabras ya vali verga :/
Pues tu ultima esperanza es el kdz de el f60 son iguales o un backup que pueda instalarse por medio de el recovery stock
hey just want let you know I had same problem last week, and that i end up return it back to lg in TX, and they replaced flash memory and sent it back to me.
i live in Guatemala :v
Guys, I know there's a language thing going on here, but if possible, can you post both the questions and answers in English, too, please?
I'm just thinking of future readers and folks with the OP's same issues that could benefit from seeing and understanding the conversation.
Thanks much to all that have replied and especially to @arkanhell.
Best of luck, @Arlyn_1994.
please I need help i cannot unbrick my phone
Have any of you cleared the laf partition? If not then that's what is needed for fastboot to be active. Search this forum for that. I had that problem ad I did that !method and my tribute is up and running thanks to my backup.
I don't know how to clear laf partition can you help me? Please
With a stock Tribute, there are 3 main boot modes we typically use. You need to figure out which ones you have access to. With the phone completely powered off:
1) Normal boot: by holding the power button for a few seconds. This boots the phone into the rom, if the rom is working.
2) Recovery: by holding vol.down and power for several seconds. This boots the phone into recovery mode. The stock recovery is too limited. Most people install a custom recovery. From the picture you've posted, you still have the stock recovery.
3) Download/laf mode: by holding vol.up and inserting a USB cable connected to a PC. This puts the phone into download mode (firmware update mode). Some people wipe the laf partition (and lose download/laf mode) to get into fastboot instead.
Check these two posts of mine to see whether you can access download mode at all.
Since you can't get into normal boot, and the stock recovery is not useful to fix rom problems, the main tool we have left is the download/laf mode. Good luck.