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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by rybussell, Nov 24, 2011.

  1. rybussell

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    I rooted the Revo about two weeks ago and was loving it! Last night, I decided to try Titanium Backup and wanted to reset the phone to factory defaults.

    I went into the phone, clicked restore factory defaults, and hit ok.

    Now, the phone turns on and sticks in ClockworkMod Recovery 4.0.0.2...

    I've tried hitting update from the backed up files... It continues to reboot into CWM Recovery. I downloaded a Revo Stock image, extracted it, and tried to restore from those images. Still reboots into CWM...

    Is there something I am missing? If someone gets me out of this, I will gladly send them a little bit of money over paypal or something! Thanks!
     

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    Here's a link that should be helpfull. You will have to root again after performing a hard reset.

    Hard Reset - Revolution™ by LG
     
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    Tried that... Still boots me back into CWM Recovery v4.0.0.2
     
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    had to use lgpnst and return everything to a default but hey.. i got it running... :)
     
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    I have the same problem. how do you get and use lgpnst?
     
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    This is taken from other posts available via google.. I am NOT taking credit for this, I just found it and am posting for you... Also, I, nor the original poster, take credit for whatever this does....

    For Froyo V4:
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    You only need one... Gingerbread worked for me as did V6.

    Steps:

    1. Get the LGNPST Package with the GenericModels and Components Plug-In.
    Multiupload.com - upload your files to multiple file hosting sites!

    2. Get the DLL file specifically for the Revolution
    Multiupload.com - upload your files to multiple file hosting sites!

    3. Extract the "LGNPST Store & Lab"

    4. Install the following order:
    a. LGNPSTv1.2_Store_Version.msi
    b. LGNPST_v1.2_Lab_Version.msi
    c. Components >> LGNPST_Components_Ver_5_0_12_0.msi
    d. GenericModels >> LGNPST_GenericModels_Ver_5_0_10_0.msi

    Run "Right_Click_Register_DLL.reg"

    5. Make a new folder called "Models" in the program's directory
    Default: "C:\LG Electronics\LGNPST\"

    6a. Grab the "VS910.dll" and put it in the "Models" folder.

    6b. Right Click "VS910.dll" and click on Install/Register.
    Note: DLL WILL NOT INSTALL UNLESS COMPONENTS AND GENERICMODELS PLUG-INS ARE INSTALLED!!!

    IF YOU CANNOT INSTALL IT ON A RIGHT CLICK GO TO "C:\Windows\System32" and dragl the VS910.dll on "regsvr32" and it should install.

    a. Make sure you install it properly
    b. REBOOT your PC!!

    7. Run "LGNPST"

    8. Connect your phone to the PC with the USB cable. Make sure the Clockwork Mod Recovery screen is up.

    9. Phone should pop up in the list with a COM port, etc.

    10. Select the phone and click on the Open folder button inside the .BIN query underneath the COM## details.

    11. Since it defaults to a .bin file, you can open the .TOT file by typing "*.*" inside the File Name query and hitting Enter

    12. Select the .TOT file you downloaded and Click OK

    13. Then click on Upgrade

    14. Wait a few minutes

    It should reboot into default, stock form.
     
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    thanks a lot
     
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    At number 12 when you say "Select the .TOT file you downloaded and Click OK"
    which file is that supposed to be?
    I did number 11 and a bunch of stuff comes on. which do I choose?
     
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    Click the links in order... When you get into the image shack site, click the image again to make it larger and easier to read....

    ImageShack
     

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