I bought a Lg f6 Metro PCS version a few weeks ago. I rooted it with Kingo Root, flashed the freedom kernel on it, created an adb with my laptop, Titanium backup, ROM installer, ROM Light, SuperSu, etc. Created a permanent Clockwork recovery and had also flashed the Experion custom rom on it. Up until then the phone was running great no problems. Tuesday night I tried to upgrade to a different version of Android the phone has 4.1.2 on it. I downloaded 5 zip files from the internet. Transfered them to the external sdcard flashed the first one it was fine. Then I flashed a radio zip and the phone went into reboot mode. The phone became soft bricked stayed at the LG icon nothing else. I then flashed the Experion custom rom again and the phone rebooted and came out of soft brick mode. Booted the rom back into normal mode. Here is the issue I lost stock rom on the phone, baseline is unknown now, and the phone's identity imei and everything else that comes up on the screen in the settings menu is blank. Other things were lost like keyboard and the dialer pad, phone is working but I think it might be bugged some way. Is there a way the original Android rom can be put back on the phone and all the above mentioned things be restored. I have already bought a new phone. I want to see if I can fix it before I decide to just scrap it. Are there any shops or professional services that specialize in Android software recovery/programing.
P.s I have tried flashing every stock rom, kdz, and the such on my own no such luck the little Android icon on custom recovery just goes into error state.