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Backup your phone this is important if you wish to keep any data from your phone. You will have to restore backed up data (such as apps) after you update. The only way to update to the latest software is to erase your device, so backup whatever you do not want to lose. Extract the .zip file, which you can download from this AndroidForum thread or this ...


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I also have that phone and it had fastboot disabled. To quickly answer your question, I haven't found a method to install a fastboot ROM from Ubuntu but it is possible to flash a custom ROM from it. Assuming there is fastboot ROM installed, you should first boot it into fastboot mode (if you have ADB running, just use adb reboot bootloader): turn the ...


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I think you might be a little confused. Android is based off of Linux and everything that can be done for Android on Windows can be done much easier on Linux. :) To answer your question. Unlike other phones LG makes, they did not disable fastboot on your phone. It is enabled by default afaik. Fastboot is just a binary that allows the user to send commands ...


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Summing up the solution from above comments on the question itself: Finding the culprit First step is to get to the logging information on your device, to figure out some more details on what's going on. Multiple choices to do so: get a logcat app from the Playstore. There are many, and as long as you run Android 4.0 or below, none of them have issues. ...


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Ok, this is not exactly what I was looking for, but it works... it is more like a preventive approach. So, my solution would was to install Titanium Backup (which requires root access to work) and backup all my apps. Then, whenever I need more space, I just backup my apps before I go on. If I need them again, I can use Titanium Backup and restore. And this ...



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