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Ok, I managed to fix my phone. The first thing that differed about my phone from the video tutorials I watched was that when you are preparing to flash the phone, you're supposed to hold Vol+ and Vol- then connect the USB cable. In the video tutorials the LG logo came on at that point, but on mine it did not. I figured out that if I plugged in the cable ...


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After restoring your backup of the original firmware, in recovery select Wipe Data/Factory Reset This way you have the original firmware (except for the recovery partition) but without any user data.


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I fixed it by flashing ClockWorkMod and the boot image manually. Then, I used the volume down and power buttons to get into it. Now, I'm running Android 4.0.4 ICS again.


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EasyTether is the easiest way to share your phone wireless internet with your computer. You install the program on your phone, set up the drivers (which can be found here) and run. To enable easytether, check the top box on the application screen. Easy as that! After you install the drivers: For Ubuntu: start a terminal window type easytether connect it ...


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If your G2x is rooted, the easiest work-around would be deleting the Tasker's data from recovery. Download and install Android SDK and LG's drivers for the G2x. Reboot the G2x into recovery mode (preferably ClockworkMod), connect to PC, and in command prompt issue the following commands: cd C:\AndroidSDK\platform-tools\ adb shell su rm -rf ...


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Try App 2 SD, it should be able to move at least some of the apps. To set it to automatic, you will need the android SDK (to use adb). From here, those commands should work (worked for me on my Samsung Galaxy Ace): adb devices Probes Android devices connected to the PC. Do this first to assure that the phone is being detected. adb shell pm ...


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There is a zip file that is posted in this video description that you can flash via Clockworkmod or your favorite custom recovery that will revert your device completely to stock (including removing the recovery image and such). The video goes through the process step-by-step, for your convenience, but it's basically flashing that file via CWM, and then ...


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My suspicions from the last part of my question were correct... Unbeknownst to me I was using a micro-usb "charge only" cable (I snagged it from a friend)... I didn't even know they made such a useless thing. Some of these are actually MORE expensive then a normal cable.


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For Dropbox, see How do I configure Dropbox in my Galaxy S III so that it does NOT automatically upload every photo/video I take? For Facebook, see How can I disable automatic Facebook photo sync? Of course, you can also just uninstall (or disable) either app to stop it uploading pictures.


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To upgrade your phone to official LG's ICS release do the following (remember to backup all your important data before starting): Go to official LG support page for your region, Downloads & Manuals section Scroll down to Search by keyword and input this: Optimus-2X-P990, click the only result. Scroll down to Downloads Click the tab Software Update ...


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Try the original rom... I came back to the original rom after a long spell on all kinds of developer mods, and was pleasantly surprised. I am on V20g and it is flying...I have yet to encounter any problems. MIUI and CM are all clever, but they all come with errors one way or another. If you need a rooted one with CWM then you could try this: ...


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I don't think that developer released a version of that ROM that's compatible with your device so my advice to you would be to go to the Optimus 2X forum and find a Jelly Bean ROM there or you can check out this link other roms:


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I managed to download it from freakshare, i tried it again, and now it's downloading 252mb, so that's a good size


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You may be able to boot, but the likely hood that things like the camera, wifi and other things, working are slim. Even when it is "the same device", just a variant (like the vibrant, captivate, galaxy s, fascinate, for example) flashing a ROM not made for the specific device will not work. The differences in the hardware causes modifications to the ROM. ...


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This is a small bug in cyanogenmod. You can mount /emmc to /sdcard/external_sd by folowing command: su mount -o bind /mnt/emmc /sdcard/external_sd You need to install a terminal emulator (e.g. Android Terminal Emulator) in your mobile for excuting command. It's 100% working.


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I ended up being too reluctant to downgrade again! Apparently LG have finally released an Australian update so I just downloaded a stock P990 Froyo ROM, installed it via CWM, wiped data and cache, and everything works fine now! It even fixed a bunch of issues I was having with USB drivers.


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it worked out of the box in ubuntu 12. While installing the deb package, I got the following error message in /var/log/syslog. But, this warning can be ignored. May 18 22:49:29 dev01 udevd[375]: invalid ENV attribute, 'DRIVER' can not be set /lib/udev/rules.d/65-easytether.rules:1 I had installed easy tether lite application in my android phone ...


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I don't know if this will work with your device, but I used to use Android Wired Tether the couple times I needed to use my phones data connection. It does require root, so I don't know if that is an option for you or not.



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