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    Default Optimus v stuck in boot animation.

    I flashed a rom for the ov. On it's first boot, everything is fine. But when I reboot the phone, it goes to the lg logo and gets stuck on the pacman image. (this was a pacman rom) please help!

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    Default Re: Optimus v stuck in boot animation.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lions2 View Post
    I flashed a rom for the ov. On it's first boot, everything is fine. But when I reboot the phone, it goes to the lg logo and gets stuck on the pacman image. (this was a pacman rom) please help!

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    Well, you need to flash the firmware again over to your device ! Try heading over to the thread located at the forum "http://technologygeeks.freeforums.net/thread/17/flash-stock-over-optimus-devices" I am sure it may help you out.
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    Okay, I will try it.

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    Default Re: Optimus v stuck in boot animation.

    So all I do is flash this stock firmware on my ov and re-flash the rom? (If it helps, this was thekraven's cm10.2 pacman jellybean 4.3 rom)

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    Default Re: Optimus v stuck in boot animation.

    Quote Originally Posted by Lions2 View Post
    So all I do is flash this stock firmware on my ov and re-flash the rom? (If it helps, this was thekraven's cm10.2 pacman jellybean 4.3 rom)

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    Yes, but you need to do a complete wipe first. These directories should be wiped: /boot, /system, /dalvik, /data, and /sd-ext. The suggestion on that link is good, but in most cases, you shouldn't have to reflash firmware. I've had my V since June, 2011, and have never had to flash any firmware. My phone is still on the ZV4 radio.

    Reflashing the ROM only should be OK. The only firmware that needs to be reflashed IIRC is the radio, but only if you're having problems with 3g.
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    Default Re: Optimus v stuck in boot animation.

    Didn't you make a nandroid backup in recovery before you flashed the rom?

    Always backup before you flash!!!
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    Default Re: Optimus v stuck in boot animation.

    No luck. I flashed the firmware, then flashed the pac rom again. When I booted my phone after I flashed the rom, it went to the lg logo, then pacman roms, then game over, then insert coin. After the boot it took me to the home screen. Then I turned it off and back on. It went to the lg logo, but when it went to pacman roms, it just stays there like it did the first time. The only way for it to actually boot up, is to factory reset in clockworkmod and then reboot. Any help??

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