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Root [TOOL] LG Laf Recovery MultiTool v1.2

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  1. macacovei

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    Wow, you are right. Mine is D325. I couldn't find that it was only for MS323 though :/

    Although it's not for D325, it shows that the phone is true for unlock. Do you think I should get it back to download mode or just wait for appropriate CWM?

    Thanks!

    Edit:

    Found this tutorial and worked fine for me :)
    http://androidforums.com/l70-all-things-root/871308-cwm-lg-l70-d320-ms323-d325.html
     

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    What does this tool do? Is it for ROM developers?
     
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    is there one for cricket?
    cant find anything for my LG Optimus L70
     
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    This method works for D321 also, except flashing CWM. It will not boot (I think due to offset issues). You _can_ however fastboot boot CWM and it will work fine.
     
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    This tool will flash a recovery to the recovery partition/laf partition. This tool just does not include recovery, laf, boot images.
     
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    Unstuck to make room for another sticky.
     
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    Does it work on lg l40 d170 or d160(single sim version) ?
     
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    Every Time I Turn On My Phone Fastboot Pops Up But Wen I Go Into Download Mode For A Few Secs It Goes To Cwm i tried installing a rom but rebooted back to fastboot the rom didnt do this it was a recent problem
     
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    Yup that's what I had to do because I get the boot certification verify error.
     
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    I tried with the LG Laf recovery multitool to zero laf, restore laf, then restore MMCBLK0p5, MMCBL0p10 and MMCBLK0p11.img, nothing change, still the same NULL Imei/baseband condition. Will anyone smart explain what is the SOLUTION for this:

    Month ago I flashed original LG L70 D320n (D320n10c.kdz) before that made a backup of IMEI with LGBackupImei.apk which saved a folder Spinxvn (containing: mmcblk0p5; mmcblk0p10 and mmcblk0p11.img). All was good, until few days ago, when I open the LGBackupImei.apk in the phone: the app has BACKUP button, RESTORE button and REBOOT. I was courios to see what the Restore button do, I pressed it - message came out - Restore was succesful please REBOOT. After the phone rebooted IMEI was gone, no service, no data connection, sms, mms. PLEASE help what can I do with this backed up SPINXVN, and how to solve problem.
     
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    I tried with the LG Laf recovery multitool to zero laf, restore laf, then restore MMCBLK0p5, MMCBL0p10 and MMCBLK0p11.img, nothing change, still the same NULL Imei/baseband condition. Will anyone smart explain what is the SOLUTION for this:

    Month ago I flashed original LG L70 D320n (D320n10c.kdz) before that made a backup of IMEI with LGBackupImei.apk which saved a folder Spinxvn (containing: mmcblk0p5; mmcblk0p10 and mmcblk0p11.img). All was good, until few days ago, when I open the LGBackupImei.apk in the phone: the app has BACKUP button, RESTORE button and REBOOT. I was courios to see what the Restore button do, I pressed it - message came out - Restore was succesful please REBOOT. After the phone rebooted IMEI was gone, no service, no data connection, sms, mms. PLEASE help what can I do with this backed up SPINXVN, and how to solve problem.

    I had reply for this post that partitions are messed up, so I'm asking how to make repartition, how can this model be formatted and reflashed with new proper partitions?
     
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    Did you figure out what went wrong? Ive been contemplating trying to test backup methods, but cant afford to break this phone.
     
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    Im beginning to hate the L70
     
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    You used something that isnt supported and borked your phone? Man i guess this phone sucks! Jk sounds like you need to figure out which partition you need to flash a laf.img to. Maybe /dev/block/something/something/by-name/laf? Then from there you should be able use the flash tool. If that fixes it great. If not, maybe you'll have to reprogram your number and provider info. All of the tools and files can be found on this forum.
     
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    Im pretty sure the thread below this, like literally im looking at it right now is a CWM thread... The one below it is Phils Recovery... Do you think those might be able to make backups?
     
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    I haven't "borked" amything, considering I JUST got around to rooting MY phone today. Ive been reading almost daily on how to root the D321 since what ever my join date is. :)

    I hate this phone, because its a horrible learning curve when there's almost no useful info, or D321 specific forum. (Until someone let's you in on the secret that you actually CAN use guides for other varients, and you CAN use towelroot on D321 10c, ect ect.)

    Appreciate your concern, as well as your advice though.
     
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    Hmmmm. I don't think so. D321's can use some of the Roms, but the backups deal with Recovery, which there isn't a current working recovery for D321 from what I can find.

    From what I can tell, NandroidBackups, and flashes are about as good as it gets for us??

    I've seen some apps regarding being able to flash W/O a PC, and others for opening Command Emulators, to code Linux........ I'm going to do a lot more research on THOSE kindsa apps, AFTER I get all my major must-have apps set up and functioning properly. Then I will work on trying to figure out what no one else has been able too (as far as I know.)
     
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    from what i was reading in the 321 FAQ's, you might be able to fastboot boot recovery.img. or flash any partition images you have
     
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    Flash, yes. Recovery.... If you can build one. I don't have access to a computer, so i can't.
     
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    Stupid Question, but somehow it doesn't recognize my phone unless I boot into fastboot mode. Trying to use the "Z" function to replace download mode.

    I've installed all drivers, busybox, and supersu. My phone is in charge only, and USB debugging is enabled..
     
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    Try new cable
     
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    thank u for this image file!!! i had the same problem for over a week until i ran across this post. i replaced my laf.img with yours that is posted and then used sammyz's multitool program and with phone booted in android in adb i chose option "B" to restore laf and... WHALAAAA!!! Download mode was restored and I am about to celebrate with a ciggarette right now. Thank u kind sir' u helped me more than u know.
     
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    I am curious though... Why did it accept BiggiePhil's laf.img but not mine? It was the same file, same amount of mb, Do these img. files become defected after using them over and over again?
     
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