Working with phones based on Qualcomm Microcontrollers

Connecting the phone
  1. Select “LG Qualcomm” in the Octoplus Box Software window (element 1).
  2. Connect the phone to Octoplus Box using a cable (to check the cable type, click “Cable: XXXX”) (element 2).
  3. Click “Read the information” (element 3).
Writing firmware to the phone
  1. Connect the phone as explained above.
  2. Select the firmware file compliant with your phone (element 4).
  3. Click “Write Firmware” and follow program instructions (element 5).
Dumping RAM
  1. Connect the phone as explained above.
  2. The option “Dump RAM” allows dumping phone memory (element 6).
Reading NVM file
  1. Connect the phone as explained above.
  2. To read the NVM file, click “Read NVM” (element 7).
Writing NVM file
  1. Connect the phone as explained above.
  2. To write the NVM file, click “Write NVM” (element 8).
Unlocking the phone
  1. Connect the phone as explained above.
  2. Click “Unlock” (element 9).
Restoring Security zone from the backup
  1. Connect the phone as explained above.
  2. Click “Restore from backup” (element 10).
Repairing NVM
  1. Connect the phone as explained above.
  2. Click “Repair NVM” (element 11).
Repairing Security zone
  1. Connect the phone as explained above.
  2. Click “Repair Security zone” (element 12).
Repairing the Bluetooth serial number
  1. Connect the phone as explained above.
  2. Enter 6 hexadecimals of your phone original Bluetooth serial number in the corresponding field (element 13).
  3. Click “Repair BT” (element 14).
Fixing the IMEI serial number
  1. Make sure the phone is on and connect it to Octoplus Box as explained above.
  2. Enter the original 14 digit IMEI serial number in the corresponding field (element 15).
  3. Click “IMEI Fix” (element 16).
Repairing the country
  1. Select the country of purchase (element 17).
  2. Click “Repair country” (element 18).
Converting firmware
  1. Octoplus Box Software uses its own type of files (.oct). You may use files from the Support zone or convert native LG flash files to the “.oct” type using the built-in converter.
    To convert firmware from the original format to “.oct”, click “Firmware converter” (element 19).
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