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15 Intro: Below are the instructions for 3 steps to get Kitkat 4.4 (140.44.3.ghost_att) running on the AT&T moto x with locked bootloaders: Install full 139.44.44.ghost_att (leaked) rom Patch the rom to 140.44.3.ghost_att (ota to leak) Patch t...
12 Edit: The official ATT 4.4.2 sbf has been released, and this rom was built from that. This CWM/TWRP flashable zip is from the sbf of 165.44.1.ghost_att.ATT.en.US (ATT xt1058). The modem and kernel are within the zip and must be flashed manual...
6 This CWM/TWRP flashable zip is 4.4.4 from my dump of 212.44.26.ghost_att.ATT.en.US (ATT xt1058). The stock ATT 4.4.4 kernel is within the zip and must be flashed manually. Safestrap and root are 'baked in', but the rom is otherwise stock. I...
5 Strange find: In my attempt to further debloat my AT&T moto x, I was investigating programs that were being triggered by the alarm manager. One of them was called Moodles.apk (com.motorola.moodles). Upon further investigation (quick look at cla...
5 I did this for myself, and thought I would share. I don't like the AT&T branding on the status bar, and I wanted to enable the 'built in' battery percent. I like to learn, so rather than use xposed framework, I built a flashable zip to change th...