Question about LG RUMOR Cellular Phone
I switched my phone off for a 3 hour flight. when i tried to start the phone again after the flight all i could get to appear was a message as follows.
Illegal key state 0
then flashes for approx 10 seconds to a second screen,
Hold 7 key to enter dload mode (usb Memory upload).
Hold * key to reset & log abort
( in red type)
Abort log will be saved in /err folder after reset.
Have had numerous phone conversations with telstra reps all with no positive outcomes.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The hand set could be having a corrupt NV ram and may need reloading. this however requires alot of skill in phone flashing and it is done with special software and a cable. for further guide on flashing detail, please check here. taking it to service point may get you sorted much easily.
Posted on Feb 25, 2011
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