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1 I was surprised at how reasonable the repair costs are. I currently have Asurion insurance on my Dev Ed but it looks like it is not a sure thing I would get a Dev Ed back if I made a claim and the Asurion deductible is $99. The Motorola repair c...
1 8 and 9 seem like a longer way to accomplish the same thing I suggested: boot into recovery directly after flashing custom recovery. 8 is really unnecessary, since you should be inside the bootloader already after flashing TWRP. Once you'r...
1 Any luck on this? I have a Sprint one and have unlocked my bootloader as well. However, after pushing TWRP recovery and trying to boot into it, I'm unable to flash SU.zip. After a normal reboot, TWRP recovery no longer exists (seems like a persist...
1 I made a rescue folder on my server with all images and files before I got the phone so I use my own fastboot files. got it. I am sure that fastboot.exe in the windows subdirectory is motorola's fastboot for windows. In any event I'm 99% c...
1 don't forget mfastboot for system.img.ext4 well it looked to me like Q9Nap included motorola's fastboot but he just called it fastboot. I can tell by the size of the file (210kB) that is it not Google's standard fastboot (157kB). He said he incl...