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    Default No signal problem.

    So I have been running cm7.2 (Drews build), and I found out there is an official release for my phone. I loaded the nandroid backup of my stock rom, and pressed check for updates. It said there werent any updates. I think i may have accidentally denied the update, (several weeks ago) thinking it was referring to updating to drews build which was on the root of my sdcard still. (I had deleted it before checking for updates today) Today after it said there werent any updates, i downloaded it manually from the link on this thread: forums.androidcentral.com/lg-optimus-s-rooting-roms-hacks/119130-how-rooting-ls670zvh-temporary-instructions.html
    I downloaded the update, and tried to flash it manually. Xionia gave me a digital signature error, so i chose toggle signature verification, and it installed sucessfully. The only problem is that it doesnt have signal. I also plan to load gmod, in case that helps. Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by macmccune View Post
    So I have been running cm7.2 (Drews build), and I found out there is an official release for my phone. I loaded the nandroid backup of my stock rom, and pressed check for updates. It said there werent any updates. I think i may have accidentally denied the update, (several weeks ago) thinking it was referring to updating to drews build which was on the root of my sdcard still. (I had deleted it before checking for updates today) Today after it said there werent any updates, i downloaded it manually from the link on this thread: forums.androidcentral.com/lg-optimus-s-rooting-roms-hacks/119130-how-rooting-ls670zvh-temporary-instructions.html
    I downloaded the update, and tried to flash it manually. Xionia gave me a digital signature error, so i chose toggle signature verification, and it installed sucessfully. The only problem is that it doesnt have signal. I also plan to load gmod, in case that helps. Thanks.
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    You need to follow the full instructions found on the thread where you downloaded the official Gingerbread update.zip. That .zip file also includes a radio update, which can only be done using a stock recovery - Xionia can't do that. So what you've done is installed a ROM that requires a newer version of the radio than what you have installed, and hence the loss of signal.

    The reason you didn't see the update when you tried to update the phone is because Sprint pulled the update do to some issues customers were having.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ccrs8 View Post
    You need to follow the full instructions found on the thread where you downloaded the official Gingerbread update.zip. That .zip file also includes a radio update, which can only be done using a stock recovery - Xionia can't do that. So what you've done is installed a ROM that requires a newer version of the radio than what you have installed, and hence the loss of signal.

    The reason you didn't see the update when you tried to update the phone is because Sprint pulled the update do to some issues customers were having.
    Thanks for replying, I was hoping i didnt have to go stock and reinstall a custom recovery. Is there anyway i can do this without a pc, i.e. using terminal emulator? In other words, can i reinstall stock recovery, flash the update, (will i remain rooted?) reinstall xionia, then flash gmod (if i feel i need to) all through my phone?

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    You need to go back and follow instructions to the letter and it will work great

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    Default Re: No signal problem.

    Quote Originally Posted by macmccune View Post
    Thanks for replying, I was hoping i didnt have to go stock and reinstall a custom recovery. Is there anyway i can do this without a pc, i.e. using terminal emulator? In other words, can i reinstall stock recovery, flash the update, (will i remain rooted?) reinstall xionia, then flash gmod (if i feel i need to) all through my phone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackops1125 View Post
    you will need a computer
    So i cannot restore stock recovery without a pc?

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    You can get stock recovery without a PC. What you can't do is get ZVH rooted without a computer running adb for 1 small step.
    [How-To] Rooting LS670ZVH
    Installed ZVH by mistake? Use simple update.zip to revert to ZVD / Froyo
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    Default Re: No signal problem.

    If you really don't have any access to any computer (doesn't have to be windows) that can run adb, then your choices are stick with ZVD (and ZVD compatible ROMs) or go with unrooted ZVH.
    [How-To] Rooting LS670ZVH
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    Quote Originally Posted by sfhub View Post
    If you really don't have any access to any computer (doesn't have to be windows) that can run adb, then your choices are stick with ZVD (and ZVD compatible ROMs) or go with unrooted ZVH.
    So even though im already rooted, is restoring the original recovery or updating to 2.3 that unroots me?
    And if someone could link to the topic with the commands for reinstalling the original recovery via terminal, that'd be great.


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    Default Re: No signal problem.

    updating to 2.3 is what does



    download this folder from your phone and extract to root of your sd card)


    then
    (from terminal emulator)
    $ su (may not be needed if its already showing root access)
    # cd /sdcard/000root
    # /system/bin/sh install-v9.sh
    # reboot recovery
    IF YOUR SCREEN IS BLANK, DO NOT BE ALARMED! just means you have a new lcd screen

    here is what your screen looks like, even if you cant see it


    to upgrade to 2.3, make sure the update.zip in the root of your sd card,
    press volume down once to get to appy sdcard update.zip
    if you upgrade to 2.3 be warned you will loose your root
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    Quote Originally Posted by jcwxguy View Post
    updating to 2.3 is what does



    download this folder from your phone and extract to root of your sd card)


    then
    (from terminal emulator)


    IF YOUR SCREEN IS BLANK, DO NOT BE ALARMED! just means you have a new lcd screen

    here is what your screen looks like, even if you cant see it


    to upgrade to 2.3, make sure the update.zip in the root of your sd card,
    press volume down once to get to appy sdcard update.zip
    if you upgrade to 2.3 be warned you will loose your root
    After superuser
    It gives me a "cannot cd error" on the first line, and a cannot install error on the second... should I keep going? The 000root file is in the root of my sd...

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    Edit:
    Error is:
    cd: cant cd to /sdcard/000root

    Second line:

    /system/bin/sh: can't open install-v9.sh


    I'm sure its something obvious lol. Thanks in advance
    Last edited by macmccune; 10-06-2011 at 11:35 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by macmccune View Post
    After superuser
    It gives me a "cannot cd error" on the first line, and a cannot install error on the second... should I keep going? The 000root file is in the root of my sd...

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    Edit:
    Error is:
    cd: cant cd to /sdcard/000root

    Second line:

    /system/bin/sh: can't open install-v9.sh


    I'm sure its something obvious lol. Thanks in advance
    Did you extract the zip to the root of ad card?
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    Quote Originally Posted by blackops1125 View Post
    Did you extract the zip to the root of ad card?
    Ah, no I didn't, thank you. Lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by macmccune View Post
    Ah, no I didn't, thank you. Lol.

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    So now that ive used v9 and updated, what is the best way to go about rooting?

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    Quote Originally Posted by macmccune View Post
    So now that ive used v9 and updated, what is the best way to go about rooting?
    Your scenario should already be covered in the Rooting ZVH sticky (first link in my signature) (Look for z4root or gingerbreak)
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    Quote Originally Posted by sfhub View Post
    Your scenario should already be covered in the Rooting ZVH sticky (first link in my signature) (Look for z4root or gingerbreak)
    But I was under the impression Gingerbreak or z4root wouldnt work, and that i needed to use a pc?

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    Quote Originally Posted by macmccune View Post
    But I was under the impression Gingerbreak or z4root wouldnt work, and that i needed to use a pc?


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    You need a PC for rooting ZVH PART. You're rooting ZVD at the moment.



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    Quote Originally Posted by macmccune View Post
    But I was under the impression Gingerbreak or z4root wouldnt work, and that i needed to use a pc?
    You need to root your current version first before you do the ZVH update. It is the ZVH rooting that requires adb.
    [How-To] Rooting LS670ZVH
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    Ok, there seems to be misunderstanding. I was rooted, runnimg cm7. I updated via the v9 000root file linked above. Now I need a pc for the rooting of zvh?(at least until someone makes a one click root for it?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by macmccune View Post
    Ok, there seems to be misunderstanding. I was rooted, runnimg cm7. I updated via the v9 000root file linked above. Now I need a pc for the rooting of zvh?(at least until someone makes a one click root for it?)
    Sorry, lost track of what you did with the multiple threads.

    If you have V9 recovery then you are fine (but may need to do some things blind or through screencast)

    If you need to do factory reset from recovery use these instructions

    If you still have stock recovery then you can do the factory reset from within Android safely. (Xionia is ok too)
    [How-To] Rooting LS670ZVH
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    Quote Originally Posted by sfhub View Post
    Sorry, lost track of what you did with the multiple threads.

    If you have V9 recovery then you are fine (but may need to do some things blind or through screencast)

    If you need to do factory reset from recovery use these instructions

    If you still have stock recovery then you can do the factory reset from within Android safely. (Xionia is ok too)
    So at this point if I want to root I just start at step 6 in this thread?
    http://forums.androidcentral.com/lg-...-ls670zvh.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by macmccune View Post
    So at this point if I want to root I just start at step 6 in this thread?
    http://forums.androidcentral.com/lg-...-ls670zvh.html
    You can't do step #6 of the current instructions because you didn't start from step #1. The new rooting guide is built differently. I'll put up the old instructions in a sec.
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    Assuming you have
    1) stock V9 recovery
    2) installed ZVH update.zip from within stock recovery

    Then go to step #6 here:
    http://forums.androidcentral.com/lg-...ml#post1324048
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    Quote Originally Posted by sfhub View Post
    Assuming you have
    1) stock V9 recovery
    2) installed ZVH update.zip from within stock recovery

    Then go to step #6 here:
    http://forums.androidcentral.com/lg-...ml#post1324048
    Thank you, never woulda been able to myself.

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    Quote Originally Posted by macmccune View Post
    So at this point if I want to root I just start at step 6 in this thread?
    http://forums.androidcentral.com/lg-...-ls670zvh.html

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    Do you have a pc? You need one to root ZVH!!! IF YOU DONT the most you can do is root ZVD and update to a UNROOTED ZVH! If you don't have pc stick with rooted ZVD.


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