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Published on 05 Jan 2014 | over 3 years ago

***ATTENTION: THIS WILL NOT, I REPEAT, WILL NOT, WORK ON THE AT&T OR SPRINT VARIANTS OF THE LG G2. IF YOU ATTEMPT THIS TUTORIAL ON ANY LG G2, AND SOMETHING GOES WRONG, OR YOU STUPIDLY REMOVE THE USB CABLE BEFORE IT FINISHES, OR LIGHTENING STRIKES YOUR HOUSE, OR ANYTHING WHATSOEVER GOES WRONG, I AM IN NO WAY RESPONSIBLE FOR IT. THERE IS ALWAYS RISK WHEN WORKING WITH TECHNOLOGY AND PHONES, AND ALTERING THEM IS ALWAYS RISKY. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED***

This is just a quick video tutorial on how to unbrick, unroot, or otherwise return your LG G2 (all variants except for AT&T and Sprint) back to stock Android firmware whenever you deem it is necessary. You will need a few things before we get started, so download everything from the links below.

DOWNLOADS:
G2 System Image (use CAUTION to select the correct carrier): goo.gl/vbimCA
LG Mobile Support Tool: f6263e38.linkbucks.com
LG Research and Development Flash Tool: 96fe60a5.linkbucks.com


Before you start do the following.

-Open B2CAppSetup and let it install
-Open LGUnitedMobileDriver_S4981MAN38AP22_ML_WHQL_Ver_3.8.1 and install it
-Right click on FlashTool.1.0.54 and select Extract Here

Then, follow the steps in the video and you should be good to go. It's a relatively simple, straightforward, and doesn't take long at all.

Credit for the tutorial I followed goes to hyelton on XDA

Source: forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php

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