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good afternoon
Of course, it is necessary)
Russify)

And, if not difficult, please tell me.
It is possible to put android on 2.0 - or nevertheless all over again it is necessary to update to 2.6 and then android?
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* Egor.kugno,
Ok, today or tomorrow I'll add)

Shl: theoretically possible and on 2.0, because Android is put through the recovery


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05.10.16, 20:08
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Firmware manual for LG Fx0 / LGL25 on Firefox OS 2.6

Attention, the instruction works, but it can "mimic" your device.
thisUser guide for LINUX !!!

PS: he first tried on Windows 7, adb (android tools) the phone did not see,
So we set ourselves Linux on the PC and in the path =)

a source:Https://github.com/stephanfriedrich/ffos_on_lgfx0

Execution of these items for users with the original firmware.
If the phone is rutted, skip step 1.

1 - Preparation
2 - activation of fastboot
3 - installation of TWRP v2.8.7.0
4 - installation of FFOS 2.6
5 - fixing for Bluetooth and NFC
6 - replacement of the default network from CDMA to 3G / 4G / ...
7 - List of ADB commands

1 Preparation
[List = 1] [*]Preparation

- we connect the included phone to the PC with Linux (in my case, Elementary OS, based on Ubuntu)
- start the terminal (and do not close it until the end of the firmware process.) To execute the commands, the terminal will request your root password)
- We write:
Echo 'SUBSYSTEM == "usb", ATTR {idVendor} == "1004", MODE = "0666", GROUP = "plugdev"' | Sudo tee /etc/udev/rules.d/51-android.rules
Sudo chmod a + r /etc/udev/rules.d/51-android.rules

- if successful, disconnect the phone from the PC and reconnect it
- write in the terminal:
Sudo adb devices

- we will see something like:
$ Adb devices
List of devices attached
LGOTMSxxxxxxxx device

(If the PC sees the phone, there must be a lineLGOTMSxxxxxxxx device, Where xxxxxxxx is a set of alphabets, like the id of a phone)

Activate the developer menu on the phone and debug the ADB:

Settings> Device Information> More Information> Developer Menu switch (on FFOS).
Settings> Device Information> Details> Enabling Developer Menu
In the Developer menu, we enable debugging usb for adb

Fastboot activation
[*]Fastboot activation

- check if the PC sees our device
Sudo adb devices


- we go into the shell
Sudo adb shell


- log in as root
su


- backup the laf section of the phone before removing it
Dd if = / dev / block / platform / msm_sdcc.1 / by-name / laf of = / sdcard / laf.img


- we leave from under the root
exit


- Exit the shell
exit


- we save laf.img from the phone
Adb pull /sdcard/laf.img


- go into the shell and root
Sudo adb shell
su


- delete the laf section
Dd if = / dev / zero of = / dev / block / platform / msm_sdcc.1 / by-name / laf


- we leave
exit
exit


- reboot the device
Sudo adb reboot


- we translate the phone into fastboot mode:
Disconnect the phone from the PC, turn off the device, then hold down the volume increase button and connect to the PC
If everything is as it should be, then something like:
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DOWNLOAD MODE
-------------------------------------------------
Loading .......
Press the Volum Up key untill you see the download screen,
[510] udc_start ()

Install TWRP
[*]Installing TWRP v2.8.7.0

- in the terminal on the PC:
Sudo fastboot flash recovery (path) /twrp_302-madai01.img

(!!! if the twrp image on the PC is unpacked, for example, to the Downloads folder / FFOS2.6 / TWRP, then you need to precede the image name in the terminalTwrp_302-madai01.imgInsert the full path before it. AND FURTHER SAME WITH THE REMOTE FILES OF PURCHASE)

- we reboot the phone
Sudo fastboot reboot


- reconnect the cable

- check that TWRP is installed
Sudo adb reboot recovery


- if TWRP is booted,Congratulations, you did not kill your little beast)We reboot the phone
From the TWRP menu item Reboot> system
Or in the terminal:
Sudo adb reboot

Installing FFOS 2.6
[*]Installing FFOS 2.6

File ActionsShallow_flash.shFrom the downloaded archive

Do not forget about the full paths to the downloaded files

- add permission / exclusion for the script
Chmod + x shallow_flash.sh


- run the script for the firmware
(Path) /shallow_flash.sh --gaia = (path) /gaia.zip --gecko = (path) /b2g-46.0a1.en-US.android-arm.tar.gz


- after the end, we reboot the device
Sudo adb reboot

Installing the fix for Bluetooth and NFC
[*]Fixing for Bluetooth and NFC

This fix also replaces the tiny animation of the download (with a fiery fox) on a full-screen

- We reboot the device in recovery
Sudo adb reboot recovery


- copy the file from the archiveFxup.zipTo the phone (it is displayed in the file manager of Linux)

- in TWRP we select Install, we find fxup.zip (DO NOT check the signature verification)

- reboot into the system (Reboot system in TWRP)

Replacing the default network from CDMA to 3G / 4G / ...
[*]Replacement of the default network from CDMA to 3G / 4G / ...

This is done to use the phone in European networks 3g-4g

- merge the configuration file from the phone to the PC
Sudo adb pull /system/build.prop


- open the file on the PC and look for the line
Ro.telephony.default_network = 5

And change the value of 5 to 10
Ro.telephony.default_network = 10


- enter in the terminal
adb shell
Su && stop b2g
Mount -o rw, remount /
Mount -o rw, remount / system
exit
exit


- download the modified file to the phone
Adb push (path) /build.prop / sdcard /


- move it to the system folder
adb shell
su
Cp -R /sdcard/build.prop / system /
Chmod 644 /system/build.prop
reboot


- on the phone go to Settings> mobile network and data transfer> Operator> selectAutomatically

- We test working capacity =)

List of ADB commands
[*]ADB command list[/ List]

Launching TWRP
Sudo adb reboot recovery


Phone reboot
Sudo adb reboot


Reboot into fastboot mode
Sudo fastboot reboot


Check that the ADB sees the device
Sudo adb devices


Shell boot
Sudo adb shell

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Thank you for attention)
If you notice inaccuracies, let me know. If everything is normal, you can, I think, throw off the hat)
Instructions for the firmware for android I will add later)


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05.10.16, 22:13
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Firmware user manual for LG Fx0 / LGL25 on Android 4.4.4 KitKat (Cyanogenmod)

Attention, the instruction works, but it can "mimic" your device.
thisUser guide for LINUX !!!

a source:Https://www.reddit.com/r/fx0/comments/4na1i8/cyanogenmod_110_kitkat_semicool/

Follow steps 1-2-3 of the firmware instructions for FFOS 2.6
If already performed, then:

4 - loaded into TWRP:

- we connect the phone to the PC

- check that the PC sees the device
Sudo adb devices


- reboot into the recovery
Sudo adb reboot recovery


- download from the source of the firmware (at the top of the buttondownload) And, if necessary, Google applications (in the text If Google is how you roll, use this Google Apps flashable ZIP:download.)

- in TWRP we make Backup (to create the folder that is necessary in the future)

- unpack the archive with the firmware and throw the folderCm11-madai-20160625, In which lie the firmware filesTo phone to directory/ Sdcard / TWRP / BACKUPS / {dialing code} /(And here is that same folder)

- we throw zip with guglaapps in sdcard

- in TWRP do Wipe System, Dalvik and Cache

- then do Restore (where we choose cm11-madai-20160625)

- Reboot the Reboot

- if all is correct, Android is loading

Addition for gouglas:

- connect the phone to the PC, reboot into TWRP
Sudo adb reboot recovery


- in TWRP click Install and select our archive

- Wipe Cache (optional)

- reboot Reboot

- enjoy =)


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06.10.16, 14:26
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With android there is a small BUT: only 4 gigs of memory (system) are available, 8 gigs that were in FFOS as a media store, android does not see, like TWRP. If someone fumbles in re-partitioning or knows how to mount, we wait for instructions)


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06.10.16, 18:46
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UPD

Theoretically, for firmware from Windows, you need the correct LG driver

Attached fileLGMobileDriver_WHQL_Ver_4.0.3.exe ( 12,39 )

And android tools (adb and fastboot)

Attached fileadb.rar ( 477,04 )


PS: the process itself did not check the firmware, but with the fact that the Windows did see the phone after the command "adb devices", there is a possibility that everything works)


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07.10.16, 13:16
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What to say)
There are no words))
Thank you))))
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07.10.16, 13:27
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* Egor.kugno,
you are welcome)


On ebay auction on this unit until 11 pm today:

Have time)


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08.10.16, 21:25
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I'm not really a Linux ((((
The problems started immediately
Put the Elementari
Connected
The terminal was opened

We connect the included phone to the PC with Linux (in my case, Elementary OS, based on Ubuntu)
- start the terminal (and do not close it until the end of the firmware process.) To execute the commands, the terminal will request your root password)
- We write:
Echo 'SUBSYSTEM == "usb", ATTR {idVendor} == "1004", MODE = "0666", GROUP = "plugdev"' | Sudo tee /etc/udev/rules.d/51-android.rules
Sudo chmod a + r /etc/udev/rules.d/51-android.rules

This command was copied
Zero emotions
Maybe copy it in parts?
Echo
Ship
And the ship?
Between typing commands to click something
- if successful, disconnect the phone from the PC and reconnect it
Zero reaction
What does it mean- successfully
- write in the terminal:
Sudo adb devices

I wrote
Says I do not know such a team ((((

Post has been editedegor.kugno - 08.10.16, 21:26
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08.10.16, 23:06
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Egor.kugno @ 08.10.2016, 21:25*
Echo 'SUBSYSTEM == "usb", ATTR {idVendor} == "1004", MODE = "0666", GROUP = "plugdev"' | Sudo tee /etc/udev/rules.d/51-android.rules
Sudo chmod a + r /etc/udev/rules.d/51-android.rules
This command was copied


Teams are written line by line, i.e. There are 2 of them here) well, and do not forget to press Enter)))

Successfully - means that the terminal does not swear at the team. Itself is also not Linux, I have sworn for the first time as root, although I entered the password)

If you do not know the command, then write what command to run to install adb (the same with fastboot)

If I'm not mistaken, then:

Apt-get android-tools-adb


Apt-get install android-tools-fastboot


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08.10.16, 23:09
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In general, the damned Linux got it.
I moved to Windows
Phone sees

Reached the team
Dd if = / dev / block / platform / msm_sdcc.1 / by-name / laf of = / sdcard / laf.img
Came the answer that only the reads
dead end
Transferred nevertheless to the regime of fastboot
There was a warning not to cut off the device from the company; there will be a download and

After which the phone hung dead, not responding to commands
Waited half an hour. Prayed for baptism, chopped off and reloaded
Firefox starts)
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08.10.16, 23:49
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Reached the team
Dd if = / dev / block / platform / msm_sdcc.1 / by-name / laf of = / sdcard / laf.img


After this command immediately into the fastboot, or the subsequent actions of this item were carried out, and then to the fastboot?


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Immediately because they were not executed ((

The third day works, it did not break)
Worked with under the Elementary, as it turned out to be not installed properly
May, therefore
I'll try to put something normal stable
And once again pass
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12.10.16, 14:36
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* Egor.kugno,
With the usual Ubuntu probably will be easier)


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At first, the build.prop was not edited.

I decided withSudo nautilus

And so glad, now Android.
In ФФ2,6 - music falls, it though also bright, but nevertheless.
I also read that there is a bug that it does not charge with the display turned off if it is completely discharged.

Many thanks, I can not put my turn so far.
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Attached fileCyanogenLGFX0.pdf ( 2,86 )


Instruction in pictures)

However, as I did through one place, I had a completely different picture after 4 sheets.
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* Krawing,
For sure, forgot to add that the 2.6 fsf is not fixed muz.pleer, thanks for the addition :).
About charging: sat down completely, put on charging - hung animation charge, but after half an hour tried to turn on (pulled the battery), the charge showed 19%.

* Egor.kugno,
Thanks for the addition :).


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With android there is a small BUT: only 4 gigs of memory (system) are available, 8 gigs that were in FFOS as a media store, android does not see, like TWRP. If someone fumbles in re-partitioning or knows how to mount, we wait for instructions)


Thank youkrawingFor finding a source with a solution to this problem. In the next couple of days I will add to our topic)


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15.10.16, 20:22
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Instructions for redeveloping the internal memory after the firmware on the android.

A source:tyk tyk.

Achtung!, You can turn on the file system if you make a mistake.
All internal memory data will be deleted. This will not affect the system partition (recovery, etc.).
Do not forget to remove the backup and fill it after execution.

1 Preparation
You will need a section managerPartedFor android devices:
Attached fileParted.zip ( 168,19 )

It must be installed TWRP
Adb on your PC (I've done the entire instruction through the Windows adb)
The debugging mode for adb must be enabled on the device

2 Actually, the process itself
Unzip parted from the archive.
Copy the parted to the animal, you can open the contents on the PC, at the root create a folder, for example "1" and drop it into this folder.
Connect the phone to the PC, check the availability
adb devices

Loading in recovery
adb reboot recovery

Make Backup and copy it to the PC

We go into the shell
adb shell

We go in our folder
Cd / sdcard / 1

Copy parted to the system folder
Cp parted / sbin /

You need to add "workability" for the program
Cd / sbin /
Chmod + x parted

!!! In TWRP we go in Mount and shoot all daws !!!

Launch parted
Parted / dev / block / mmcblk0

We display the list of sections
Print

We need 35 - system, 36 - cache, 37 - userdata, 38 - sdcard
Delete them
rm 35
rm 36
rm 37
rm 38

Create new partitions (in Megabytes, the beginning and end of the section are indicated)
Mkpartfs primary ext2 403MB 1776MB
Mkpartfs primary ext2 1776MB 2510MB
Mkpartfs primary ext2 2510MB 15.6GB

Sections are created, call them
Name 35 system
Name 36 cache
Name 37 userdata

The markup is ready, we leave
quit
exit

Change the file system type to ext4 for better performance
In TWRP we choose WIPE
ADVANCED WIPE
Select the following sections one by one, System, Data, Cache:
In each click
1) Repair or Change File System
2) next Change File System
3) choose EXT4
Next, we drop your backup (or the original one) to the phone and do the recovery (as in the instructions for the firmware for android)
Restarting the phone
adb reboot

We see the result =)


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If the phone does not boot(Hanging on the inscription au - the initial boot screen)

1) remove and insert the battery back

2) go into the fastboot mode - press the volume button up and connect to the PC
fastboot devices


3) we sew TWRP in bootloader
Fastboot flash boot (path to TWRP) \ twrp_302-madai01.img


4) loaded into the bootloader
fastboot reboot-bootloader


5) we in TWRP recovery, we throw backup on phone and we sew it through Restore, we reboot the device

URA, the system is loaded)

PS: the instruction has arisen due to its inattention and the inability of the device to boot into the recovery by a combination of keys, like on android devices: after re-scratching, the phone was accidentally rebooted before the backup was loaded and got into this situation, decided to test its theory in practice and got a positive result))) Neubivaem: rolleyes:


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