• Downgrade the LG Optimus 3D to Gingerbread

    Posted on January 9, 2013 by in android

    Downgrade the LG Optimus 3D to Gingerbread

    Leaks can be both good and bad. They give users and developers to a chance to check out what OEMs have in store for their devices. However, they can be fraught with danger, like the dreaded Atrix 2 ICS leak of 2012. Sometimes, it’s difficult to downgrade to a more stable previous release. This happened to the LG Optimus 3D, and there is now a fix.

    XDA Senior Member berni987654321 released a method that helps get users safely back to Gingerbread. When flashing to ICS, it changes a few of the partitions and makes it difficult to flash back to Gingerbread. Here’s berni98765431′s explanation on how it was fixed:

    Half a hour I read xbsals post the one whiches phones don’t boot
    after flashing the gb bootloaders would need a special bin which nobody has
    because nobody made a backup. But then I remembered my post in samnos thread about downgrading from wrong flashed ics leaks with my first 4 partitions attached.

    The method involves downloading the partitions and flashing them. After that, it’s a matter of fixing the IMEI. Once that’s done, it’s possible to downgrade the device back to a stable Gingerbread ROM.

    For more info, check out the original thread.

    Article source: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/xda-developers/ShsH/~3/1wHuS0xFowg/

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