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HOW TO Unbrick LG Optimus L3 Android Phone

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I've tried flashing a stock recovery using adb on OSX, Windows and Linux and adb cannot connect to the phone when it's in CWM.

The phone refuses to boot, just goes into CWM each time.

I've tried wiping all partitions then flashing various stock ROMs with KDZ and the phone still gets stuck in CWM boot loop.

Can anyone suggest anything that might help flash the phone back to stock settings?

Cheers!

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I've tried flashing a stock recovery using adb on OSX, Windows and Linux and adb cannot connect to the phone when it's in CWM.

The phone refuses to boot, just goes into CWM each time.

I've tried wiping all partitions then flashing various stock ROMs with KDZ and the phone still gets stuck in CWM boot loop.

Can anyone suggest anything that might help flash the phone back to stock settings?

Cheers!

You should first mount all partitions and enable usb mode on CWM and then use the tutorial

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I've tried flashing a stock recovery using adb on OSX, Windows and Linux and adb cannot connect to the phone when it's in CWM.

The phone refuses to boot, just goes into CWM each time.

I've tried wiping all partitions then flashing various stock ROMs with KDZ and the phone still gets stuck in CWM boot loop.

Can anyone suggest anything that might help flash the phone back to stock settings?

Cheers!

install DEFAULT RECOVERY or FLASH a CUSTOM ROM or INSTALL STOCK ROM using KDZ UPDATER

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