I am running the Davis502 flavour of LEDE with the recent Wireless fixes. I had some ISP issues and wanted to revert to the standard Linksys image and then start from scratch. Configuration takes minutes to refresh pages as opposed to 1 or 2 secs.
I have taken the Factory reset option from with LUCI and it reports is erasing the config. However it does not. When restarted it comes back with the full config. It saves any configuration change I make i.e changing SSID etc.
Looking at the advanced reboot, I can see the two different LEDE images (Present and last different kernels ) however when I try and flash the Linksys latest versions it fails with a message saying the Linksys.img is the wrong type of image to use.
The router is still operational but taken out the network and sitting on my desk. My thoughts are that if I could copy the stock firmware from a USB mounted drive into both flash partitions and then
in the /etc/config directory remove everything and then restart the router I would stand a chance of having the router running Linksys code again. However I dont know where the two reserved areas that contain the load images are or called or located.