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Root Lg Ally Touch Screen Not Working!! Help!

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Traxxasaddict, Jul 18, 2011.

  1. Traxxasaddict

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    After wiping Dalvik, I flashed from Velocity 1.1 to Raptor, and it went into boot loop. Luckily I could get into Recovery and, after clearing Dalvik, I restored back to Velocity. Now everything works except tough screen. Tried flashing, wiping, restoring, everything. I tried pulling batt and rebooting without SD Card-no good. Any other ideas?
     

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    Do you have fastboot? Try reflashing velocity with the "lite" zip from the 2.2 root guide. You flashed a 2.1 rom over 2.2, no good. Also have you just restored the nandroid? Or reflash velocity?? If you were just restoring a nandroid do a full wipe and reflash velocity
     
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    I flashed raptor(2.1) over velocity(2.1) and yes I have fastboot.
    And yes I did all three-reflashed, wiped, and restored.
     
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    Also. You wipe Data, Cache, and Dalvik-Cache when flashing a rom.
     
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    If you have fastboot, use the lite zips from the 2.2 root guide, problem solved. Dont make it any more complicated then it has to be. If after that you still have trouble. Then you gotta give LGNPST a try.
     
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