Mavamaarten, on Apr 20 2011, 12:54, said:
Uhhhhhhhhh the flashing from 2.1 ---> 2.2 fastboot isn't quite workign I think.
last thing that appeared in the list is
Smart : wParam = 205, IParam = 0
and it's been sitting here for about 15 minutes now. Do you think fastboot is installed by now ?
You said in your tutorial you need to let it flash for a couple of minutes... GOD THIS IS MAKING ME NERVOUS !
EDIT: At 30 minutes of flashing I disconnected the phone. I was able to boot into fastboot successfully, and flashing the recovery didn't work at first because of adbwinapi.dll that was missing. After a while I found that dll and flashed everything. Yippie clockworkmod ! I just flashed the zip and now it is booting. I don't have a skateboard dude but that's because I already installed a custom bootscreen before flashing this rom. It's now frozen so I guess it's regenerating that filesystem.
EDIT2: It's been hanging for about 10 minutes now. I hope it will unfreeze soon
download swiftdroid 1.9fastboot
from the link on other topics. open C: and make a file "android". Then >>swiftdroid1.9 has 3 img files system and boot and recovery copy both of 3 in C:/android
then open phone with fastboot mode camera button +power button, until lg logo dissapears and there is a blank screen.
1. Now open CMD with administrator privileges (Search for CMD in the start menu and right click on ‘cmd’ and click ‘Run as Administrator‘ )
2. Connect the phone to your computer via USB cable and wait for the necessary drivers to install
(if u have windows xp x32 or vista/win7 x64 there will be problem.On xp u can download some drivers posted somewhere here in forum )(u cant install fastboot in x64 windows).
3. Then go back to the cmd window and type:
(i) Then type:
(ii) Once that’s completed, type:
fastboot.exe erase system
(iii) Once that’s completed, type:
fastboot.exe flash system system.img
(iv) Once that’s completed, type:
fastboot.exe flash boot boot.img
(v) To install recovery type:
fastboot.exe flash recovery recovery.img
(ix) Once that’s completed, type:
4. Your phone will now reboot with CyanogenMod 7 (Android 2.3.3). The first boot might take longer than a normal boot
Edited by mixlis, 20 April 2011 - 02:27 PM.