This could be a software or a hardware fault. If you recently changed the firmware or made other modifications to the file-system using EFS Explorer (or similar software), it may well be software related.
If you think the problem may be software related, try using Emergency Download mode to reflash your phone.
Possible faults to check with the hardware include:
- The battery is empty, damaged or worn out. Try taking the battery out and connection your phone using the USB cable only.
- The contacts of the battery are damaged or the battery has leaked.
- The screen may be damaged and will not display a picture - check if the lower buttons light up when the End Call (Red) key is pressed.
In the case of a hardware fault or if you are unsure, contact the store from where your purchased your phone on for advice on the best action to take.
Emergency Download Mode
What is Emergency Download Mode?
Emergency Download Mode allows you to connect your phone to your computer and use flashing tools (e.g. LGDMP) to restore or change your firmware.
How do I access Emergency Download Mode?
- Make sure your phone is off.
- Hold down the Green (Call) + C (Delete) + Red (End Call) + Image Stabiliser (Lock) buttons
- Your phone should turn on and go straight to a screen saying 'Emergency Download' without first showing the usual LG Logo.
- You can now connect your phone using the USB cable and use Flashing tools to fix your phone.
Use the EFS explorer mode and check the maps.
If there is a map named TOTO and a map LGAPP.
First rename the map LGAPP in to any name you want or change
it like this AAAA.
Secend Rename the map TOTO to LGAPP.
Delete the first map you renamed the LGAPP.
When your finished choose disconnect and wait until the process is done.
You will see the phone starts up in a normal mode if not then
you've to reflash the phone.
I hope this will helps.