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Default XT1045 Stock ROM Dump

UPDATE: as pointed out by @lost101 the initial release signed factory image is now available courtesy of the Firmware Team.

Link: https://mega.co.nz/#!kFYC0DbD!yNkcJb...wKvC3EtgC-Du-k

Also, here are backups of the NV items, done with both EFS Professional and QPST. I removed my IMEI.

Link: http://www.mediafire.com/download/vq...MEI_removed.7z

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Hello,

As a stopgap measure until official properly signed images make their appearance, here's a dump of the:
  • mmcblk0p1 (modem)
  • mmcblk0p21 (fsg)
  • mmcblk0p27 (logo)
  • mmcblk0p31 (boot)
  • mmcblk0p32 (recovery)
  • mmcblk0p34 (system)
partitions from the XT1045 initial release US retail 4.4.3 (21.23.4.peregrine_retus.retus.en.US retus) ROM.

The usual disclaimers apply. Handle with care.

http://www.mediafire.com/download/4n...dump_XT1045.7z (421 MB)

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has anyone tried flashing these on other models? i know its a remote chance but is there a possibility of lte network?
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has anyone tried flashing these on other models? i know its a remote chance but is there a possibility of lte network?
You mean like a falcon Moto G? Sure, flash this and LTE will work. Just don´t forget to solder an LTE modem on the falcon board.
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You mean like a falcon Moto G? Sure, flash this and LTE will work. Just don´t forget to solder an LTE modem on the falcon board.
extra sarcasm? there has been cases where modem was inbuilt on chipset but was disabled on software basis.

also stated its a long shot. just checking on brave xda people who want to try that even if it means nothing work.
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You mean like a falcon Moto G? Sure, flash this and LTE will work. Just don´t forget to solder an LTE modem on the falcon board.
maybe they hide lte just like in nexus 4

http://smartphones.wonderhowto.com/h...xus-4-0140450/

http://forum.xda-developers.com/nexu...abler-t2607221
 
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They didn´t, look at the SoC specs. Falcons have msm 8626 and 8226 SoCs, which do not have an LTE modem. You need msm 8926 for that, which is the exact chip in peregrine models.
@abhifx I call that semi-sarcasm. Extra sarcasm would look different. No offense meant.
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Clicking the link directs me to sign up with mediafire. Could not find the files.

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Hello,

As a stopgap measure until official properly signed images make their appearance, here's a dump of the:
  • mmcblk0p1 (modem)
  • mmcblk0p21 (fsg)
  • mmcblk0p27 (logo)
  • mmcblk0p31 (boot)
  • mmcblk0p32 (recovery)
  • mmcblk0p34 (system)
partitions from the XT1045 initial release US retail 4.4.3 (21.23.4.peregrine_retus.retus.en.US retus) ROM.

The usual disclaimers apply. Handle with care.

https://www.mediafire.com/#2vpyxh1n41s0z (421 MB)

Enjoy,

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Sorry about that, I changed the link, this should fix it.

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MSM 8926 chips come in two flavors:

msm8926sv, "salt & vinegar" This one has has sarcasm enabled

msm8926bbq "barbeque" I'm using this one, well, 'cause I'm in Texas.
 
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Fastboot factory firmware now available:
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