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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by bobdcollins74, Jun 21, 2017.

  1. bobdcollins74

    bobdcollins74 Newbie
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    Hello I have a LS751 Volt 2 from boost mobile. Well I finally had it rooted and working great. Well me being in a hurry I forgot to turn on my oem lock before I flashed twrp. Now I am stuck in a secure booting error loop. I can get into recovery and also download mode. I am lost for files on this phone. And I am at V3 as well. I think I covered envery thing. Other then I've been reading for 3 days trying to find a way to flash this back to stock. Not having any luck. If anyone can point me in the right direction I'd appreciate it a lot. Thanks in advance
     



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  2. Phalon4

    Phalon4 Android Enthusiast

    Don't root your primary phone that you use for daily use in case of issues like this that may occur.
     
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  3. bobdcollins74

    bobdcollins74 Newbie
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    Thanks for the tip! I have back up phones I just really like this one. I should of left well enough alone but that's the easy way out.
     
  4. bobdcollins74

    bobdcollins74 Newbie
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    Can someone point me in the right direction? I can't locate a facotry recovery img or a boot image.
     
  5. bobdcollins74

    bobdcollins74 Newbie
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    Surely somebody has fixed this issue. Hate to have to buy another one.
     
  6. Casual_H4ck3r

    Casual_H4ck3r Newbie

    I have it fixed. Still having the problem? I can help. Reply when you can.
     
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  7. bobdcollins74

    bobdcollins74 Newbie
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    i just got your comment i would appeiciate your help it may take me a day or two to actually fix it
     
  8. Casual_H4ck3r

    Casual_H4ck3r Newbie

    Ok, here!
    First, download these files: recovery.zip (attached to this thread), LG Drivers (google it), and this: https://www.androidfilehost.com/?fid=24052804347799389

    Install the drivers. Extract that zip.
    Boot your phone into download mode.
    Plug it into your PC.
    Open a windows CMD, and cd to that extracted ZIP directory. Then open your device manager. (Click the start menu, then search for Device Manager, then click on Device Manager) then expand the "COM and etc..." you will see something like "LGE (something) COM#"
    REMEMBER THAT COM PORT.

    Open that windows CMD, cd to that LG_Root folder and run the commands.
    Push_File.exe //./COM# /path/to/recovery.zip /tmp/recovery.zip

    Send_Command.exe //./COM#

    ls /tmp/
    [Enter]
    (It will say fail)
    ls /tmp/
    [Enter]
    (You should see that recovery.zip now)

    dd if=/tmp/recovery.zip of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p19
    [Enter]
    LEAVE
    [Enter]

    Watch your phone boot into it's OS.
    It might take a while.

    P.S: Don't extract the recovery.zip, it's actually a .img file but this site doesn't allow .img files.
     

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  9. bh861430

    bh861430 Lurker

    First of all, do I extract the zip or not? Second of all, I can't download this zip, in chrome it says failed- file incomplete
     
  10. James L

    James L Android Expert

    Well since it's supposed to be a .img file you would just change the extension from .zip to.img
     
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  11. grouchyhugz

    grouchyhugz Newbie

    How are you supposed to change something that won't download?
     
  12. Casual_H4ck3r

    Casual_H4ck3r Newbie

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