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FASTBOOT -W + DOWNLOAD MODE?

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Is there anyway i can delete all userdata from download mode?

as i don't really want LG to find gingerbread on there for obvious reasons.....

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Is there anyway i can delete all userdata from download mode?

as i don't really want LG to find gingerbread on there for obvious reasons.....

if you can access fastboot, use "fastboot -w"

from what I think, you are trying to wipe the ROM also, right?

if you can access fastboot use "fastboot erase system"

If you can access download mode, you don't need to go to the customer support.

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Is there anyway i can delete all userdata from download mode?

as i don't really want LG to find gingerbread on there for obvious reasons.....

Just do fastboot -w and fastboot erase system.

then type fastboot reboot

when you see the lg logo press down + power key.this will take you directly to download mode.

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Just do fastboot -w and fastboot erase system.

then type fastboot reboot

when you see the lg logo press down + power key.this will take you directly to download mode.

I HAVE LIFE :D :) :) :)

I tried to restore it to Europe_OPEN.KDZ and it failed and gave me the code , then i opened LG Software Updater in light that it would work , it failed , then I saw an animation telling me there was no battery , to insert it and then close the cover , and the battery charging while the phone is off animation came on :P :lol:

It fails at the green android logo though,

But I can fastboot now so Im looking for a firmware to flash it with :D preferably fastboot

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I HAVE LIFE :o :D :D :D

I tried to restore it to Europe_OPEN.KDZ and it failed and gave me the code , then i opened LG Software Updater in light that it would work , it failed , then I saw an animation telling me there was no battery , to insert it and then close the cover , and the battery charging while the phone is off animation came on ;) :D

It fails at the green android logo though,

But I can fastboot now so Im looking for a firmware to flash it with :mellow: preferably fastboot

please help me.

< waiting for device > What does it means??

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