How to Unbrick LG V10 Using Our Debrick Files

LG V10 Unbrick Solutions Tutorial.

LG V10 Unbrick Solutions Tutorial.
Here, we explain how to unbrick your hardbrick LG V10 using the LG V10 debrick files provided on ArykSTORE. For clearness, each section discusses each method.
If needed, you may request a one-on-one guide at a reasonable price by a member of ArykTECH who will help you until your device is revived.

LG V10 Unbrick Files

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One of the biggest software issues most or any Qualcomm-powered Android devices can have is the Qualcomm HS-USB Bulk or Qualcomm HS-USB QDLoader 9008 mode (either the new or old) and in most cases, chance of revival or recovery these devices is usually minor.

But the good news is, provided you have access to the appropriate files for your device especially; for your specific device variant, the chance of recovery becomes as high as 95 percent relying on either QPST_QFIL which is the commonest or Tool Studio (best for earlier Qualcomm devices) and Mi Flash Tool.

Again, for a better chance, the Qualcomm edl (emergency download mode) paves way for another medium through which we might be able to revive a Qualcomm-powered Android device utilizing a full blk backup also referred to as a ROM Dump of another exact Qualcomm device which we fondly call Loader and usually compressed in .img or .bin file format.

Unbrick LG V10 Using QPST_QFIL

1. Subscribe to the LG V10 Unbrick Files folder, that correlates to your device variant to gain access to the unbrick files.

2. Connect your LG V10 to the PC and hold on while the drivers are being installed. If the drivers installation is successful, QPST should list your device as Qualcomm HS-USB QDLoader 9008 then you can proceed.
If no sign of drivers installation is seen or noticed go to:

    Windows Device Manager >> COM Ports...
And expand it. If your device is listed as HS-USB QDLoader, HS-USB DLoader 9008 or any other, proceed. But if it is listed as QHS-USB Bulk, do this:
  • Disconnect your device from the PC.
  • Uninstall the drivers (if installed already).
  • Restart your PC.
  • And re-install the HS-USB DLoad Drivers again.
  • Connect your LG V10 to the PC again.
Now, check Windows Device Manager, your device should be listed as either HS-USB QDLoader, HS-USB DLoader 9008 etc.

3. Connect your device to the PC. And ensure that it is listed as Qualcomm HS-USB QDLoader 9008 on QPST.

4. Download HS-USB QDLoader Drivers here and install it on your PC. This is necessary if your device displays QHUSB_BULK 9008, QHUSB_BULK PID_9008, QHSUSB_BULK 9006, CS Emergency or any other similar message in the PC's Device Manager when the device is connected.

5. Open your LG V10 QFIL Files folder on your PC to view its content.

6. Launch (Open) QFIL on your PC. You may download latest QPST from here thus, if it is not installed on your PC yet.

7. Now, on QFIL, choose Flat Build and for programmer choose the firehose file seen in the QFIL Files folder you opened in Step 4 above.

8. Click Load XML and choose rawprogam0.xml and patch0.xml both in the QFIL Files folder in which the Firehose file is located.

9. Finally, click Download. QFIL should successfully download the files on your LG V10.
Once QFIL has successfully downloaded the files, your LG V10 should reboot automatically. Note that first boot may take up to 15 minutes to complete!

If patch0.xml file is not present in your device unbrick files folder, you may proceed anyways by just clicking Cancel at the prompt window

Using Loader.img Files to Unbrick LG V10

1. From the LG V10 Unbrick Project Folder, download the loader file specific for your LG V10 variant and extract it onto a folder on your PC.

2. Now, format your SD Card. exFAT is preferred.

3. Download DiskImageRev2 from here and extract it onto a folder on your PC then, open it.

4. Slot your SD Card in a card reader and connect it to your PC.

5. Launch DiskImageRev2 on your PC - as Admin preferably.

6. On launch, DiskImageRev2 should detect and display the drive where your SD Card is connected. If otherwise, browse to select the correct drive.

7. From DiskImageRev2, browse to the folder where you saved / copied the LG V10 Loader.img file on your PC and select it.

8. Now, click Write and wait until DiskImageRev2 completes the process.

9. Once DiskImageRev2 has successfully written the files on the SD Card, your SD Card is now bootable! You may now insert it on your LG V10 and boot the device using its bootloader key combo.


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